SCHAR: Blue Shield Alliance, a co-op focused shooter from Co-Optimus founder Nicholas Puleo and Brainshape Games, is available now on Steam for the first time, boasting an array of gameplay tweaks and remastered graphical effects.
While the PC version of Terraria is brewing up its big 1.3 release, the console versions get a few updates to make sure no one forgets to secure their loot fort from alien invaders. The Frost Moon event has been released for Xbox and PlayStation versions of Terraria, unleashing more horrors (and more items) on your favorite sidescrolling sandbox world.
Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds is a co-op beat-em-up game that hit Xbox Live Arcade in 2013. A year later it found more fans when it moved to PlayStation Vita. Now, the PC release is finally here, so we can all stand for applause. Think of PBB like River City Ransom, Scott Pilgrim or Double Dragon, only a little more on rails and a little mor...
We've enjoyed the Gauntlet reboot quite a bit. The game takes everything we liked in the original and gives it a fresh modern spin. The devs at Arrowhead Games and Warner Bros. are continuing to support the title, adding in new content like the Necromancer (for a price) and new modes of play like the Colosseum (for free).
There comes a time where we must say farewell to beloved titles. Games vanish for a variety of reasons, ranging from servers getting yanked offline to some shady legal dealings, ie Too Human. This week's casualty is Scott Pilgrim vs. The World on the Xbox Live Arcade and PSN. The critically acclaimed beat'em'up isn't the r...
If you received a new console yesterday (or even if you didn't) you likely tried to connect online to download some games, stream some video, or play with friends. You were also likely greeted with a message saying that online services were down or you were unable to connect. While past Holiday outages were caused by the sheer number of people connecting to services like Xbox Live and PlayStation Network, this year that was not the case. A hacking group named Lizard Squad brought down both networks.
The first DLC character has finally arrived for Gauntlet. I mean, the Gauntlet released this year, and not the game with the exact same title from 1985. Meet Lilith, a Necromancer by trade, heroine of the universe by choice, who you can pick up for $4.99. Instead of cruising around dungeons swinging swords, she takes a more "hands off" approach by conjuring a horde of skeletal minions to do her bidding. Let's face a cold, hard fact: if we could summon shambling corpses to do whatever we said, we'd probably get a lot more done.
Ever since the big (no, the HUGE) 1.2 update was released for the PC version of Terraria, owners of the console and mobile ports wondered when they were going to get a taste of the good stuff. At long last, Android and iOS users can enjoy the latest Terraria goodies on their little portable devices!
Another year of our lives gone, another year closer to death, another port of Terraria. Originally released on the PC, the now massive 2D action-adventure game has found its home on a plethora of devices. Most recently, it's been announced that you and seven other co-op pals can now relive the experience of fighting a glowing, multi-armed space skull on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One.
Halloween may be past, but that doesn't mean the horrors of the holiday can't still be experienced on all the current gen consoles! New versions of the popular, downloadable twin-stick shooter How to Survive are now available on the PS4 and Xbox One platforms! Bring a friends along on your quest to escape the zombie filled island paradise o...
Got a fancy Xbox-type console in your house? You probably own Minecraft: Xbox One Edition or Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. Since you do, and since it's Halloween, there's a nice treat waiting for you in the form of two new texture packs, one of which is actually related to the holiday!
In 2011, Outland graced us with its hand-painted backgrounds and stunning soundtrack on Xbox Live and PSN. Finally, nearly four years later, PC players can get in on this unique and beautiful platformer.
Indie co-op platformer Chariot is making its way onto PSN next week. Little has been mentioned of this game since it was first shown off earlier this year, but the colorful and charming art-style along with the physics-based co-op mechanics definitely makes it look like it could be a great couch co-op game.