by Andrew Gaskill 6
Video
  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
  • pc
  • couch
  • online
Set Phasers to Phun!

Star Trek Gamescom 2012 Trailer and Screens Feature Co-Op Gameplay

Gamescom is going on in Germany right now. You know what that means? Lots and lots of trailers with little to no new information! Sweet! This Star Trek video may not have much substance, but it sure has plenty of style. It's absolutely action-packed. It's got lens flare, beaming, lizards, space ships, warp drives, the Vulcan nerve pinch, and a plethora of phaser blasts. Most importantly, it's full of co-op action with Kirk and Spock. What does it all mean? Who knows? Who cares? It's got explosions! In space! 

by Nick Puleo 1
Video
  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
  • couch
  • online
Bro-mance is back with bigger explosions and slow motion.

Bring a Friend to Watch this Trailer of Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel

EA held a press conference today during Gamescom in Germany. They opened the show with Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel, showcasing a brand new trailer followed by live on stage co-op gameplay from the game.  While we don't have a trailer that showcases the actual gameplay that was shown on display, we do have a hip-hop filled teaser to whet your appetite.

by Nick Puleo 0
News
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  • PlayStation Network
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Developer Tragnarion breaks out the details no this co-op shooter.

Scourge: Outbreak Completely Rebuilds The Scourge Project for Consoles

While we may have found quite a few faults in The Scourge Project, it appears developer Tragnarion didn't sit idely by while develping the console version.  In fact, the console version isn't even the same game as the 2010 PC 3rd person shooter, instead Scourge: Outbreak is a brand new game built from the ground up for console gamers.  

by Nick Puleo 12
News
  • pc
  • couch
  • online
We've got a metal sandwich on the menu.

Team Fortress 2 Pits Mann vs Machine in New Co-Op Mode

Team Fortress 2 is an incredibly popular game from Valve that has had pretty consistent content updates for the better part of the last 3 years, and I don't just mean the hats.  Now the game is getting what some might consider the biggest update since release - and entire new "faction" of of characters have joined the game.  Except these aren't Reds or Blues, rather these are machines and it's time to team up with your friends against them in a survival mode.

by Mike Katsufrakis 1
Editorial

MMO Co-Opportunities XXVI: The Secret World

The world is full of creatively bankrupt fantasy MMOs in the time-honored Everquest/World of Warcraft model. Throw a rock, and you’ll hit approximately a hundred Western/Asian fantasy games that all play alike. Swap art styles and network issues and you’ll have a hard time keeping track sometimes. Every now and again, a game comes along and successfully forges its own identity, and I’m happy to report that The Secret World is one of them.

by Paul Acevedo 1
Video
  • pc
  • online

Age of Empires Online Gets Babylonians, Anniversary Update This Week

Since its release last year, Age of Empires Online has continued to grow thanks to a steady drip of both free and premium content. Whenever a new premium (paid) empire debuts, Gas Powered Games also rebalances and tweaks the game for all. Such will be the case when the Babylonian Empire and Fertile Crescent Booster Pack (both paid content) debut this week. The Anniversary Update will usher them in, adding new features like the Empire Vault for all players to enjoy.

by Nick Puleo 18
News
  • pc
  • online

Single-Player, Not Co-Op, "Is The Clear Choice" of Diablo 3 Players says Blizzard

It may seem odd that we're covering a story that puts co-op in a negative light, but I think that's only true at first glance.  To truly understand what's going on with Diablo 3 and just how over 10 million people are playing the game requires a look at the history of the franchise.  It's easy to have a knee jerk reaction to a quote, but sometimes it's better to sit back and examine the full picture.  First, lets start at the quote in question.

by Marc Allie 0
Editorial
Xenophobe and Xybots are Extremely Excellent

Co-Op Classics: Double X

I'm always amazed by the sheer number of video games that are out there. This weekend, I had some friends over, and we spent some time playing games on my arcade cabinet. While scrolling through the list, one buddy was overjoyed to find Xenophobe, a game I was previously unfamiliar with. Later on, a different friend was similarly thrilled to find Xybots, one of his favorite games from many years ago. Today, we'll take a closer look at these twin X-titled classics.

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