Beyond Co-Op - April 14th through April 20th, 2013
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Beyond Co-Op - April 14th through April 20th, 2013

In less real news...

Last week was pretty intense as far as real news was concerned. How about some light and fluffy news about video games? To be more specific, let's talk about games that we don't normally cover, because they lack cooperative play (as far aw we know). 

Bio-Shocker! Infinite is selling well

Bethesda made a mini horror movie to promote a game

Nintenboner - OMG Zelda

Soooo fast: I think this is 18 minutes of Rise of the Triad

 

Bio-Shocker! Infinite is selling well

BioShock Infinite is selling well, which should come as no surprise to anyone. According to Gamestop, the NPD data from analyst group Cowen and Company shows the game has sold 878,000 copies. Coincidentally, there are almost as many explanations and theories on the game's ending circulating on the web. Personally, the immersion was lost on me in the first five minutes when I couldn't actually fall off the damn sky city, but what do I know? BioShock Infinite has a current Metacritic score in the mid 90s on all three platforms, and we all know that's what really matters. 

Source: Gamespot

 

Bethesda made a mini horror movie to promote a game

Bethesda's been teasing gamers all week with little snippets of barbed wire, spinning records and burning flowers on their Twitter account. What could it be? Fallout 4? Something that's not Fallout 4? Maybe Fallout 4? Nope. It's a survival horror game called The Evil Within. Here's a movie from IGN that will tell you nothing about it. There's blood and guts and monsters and stuff. And it's live action. That was your warning. 

Famitsu ran an article on The Evil Within, only in Japan it will be called Psycho Break:

Hmmm. Resident Evil vs. Biohazard. The Evil Within vs. Psycho Break. You win the name game again, Japan. It's almost like the same guy created both these games. Oh wait, he did

Source: IGN

 

Nintenboner - OMG a Zelda ALTTP sequel !

Nintendo is making a sequel to Zelda: A Link to the Past. According to Reggie Fils-Aime (via Wired) the game "will be a totally new game set in the same world as the first one, rather than a remake." It will be available on the 3DS, which is crazy. You'd think Nintendo would try to leverage some Wii U purchases by putting it exclusively on that system. Oh well. Good for everyone who has a dusty 3DS and no desire to buy a Wii U! (Like me.)

Source: Wired

 

Soooo fast: I think this is 18 minutes of Rise of the Triad

This video claims to be footage from Rise of the Triad. Honestly, I have no idea what's going on. This game may be a wee bit to fast for my old eyes. I see that they have someone with a K/D of -9/18, so they do have someone of my skill level playing. Nice. If you're into speeding FPS deathmatching, you should check it out. 

Source: the youtubes

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