Enoch Starnes - Editor and Streamer

Depending on who you ask, Enoch Starnes began his hobby in gaming with either Tiger Electronics' Madden Football 95 or Link's Awakening for the Game Boy Pocket. It was soon after this that the tendrils of co-op gaming sank deep into him via extensive sessions of Zombies Ate My Neighbors on the SNES. Since then, he has spent countless hours in co-op gaming with friends both online and local. Be it the Tales series, Civilization, FIFA, or Gauntlet, he has searched constantly for games that allow he and his friends to goof off, work together, and tell each other really dumb jokes. He's immensely proud to be able to channel this passion on Co-Optimus and hopes that his love for the genre will extend to you too.

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Booty is in the eye of the beholder.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Raid Lyfe

The Co-Opticrew is on the lookout for things to pillage this weekend.  We don't care if it's enemy ships, antagonistic aliens, or our own dreamscapes.  If there's loot to be had, we're on the case.  What will we do with said loot?  Probably just ogle it for a while until something better comes along, if we're being honest.  C'est la vie.

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Anything can happen.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Snow Day

It's getting mighty chilly around Co-Optimus HQ.  If things get any worse, we may be forced to take a few days off and wait for the routes to clear between our bedrooms and... our other bedrooms.  There's no telling what could happen if we tried to commute in these conditions, so it's probably better to play it safe.

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The future is now.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Next-Gen Nonsense

Since Sony and Microsoft's latest consoles are finally seeing the cold light of day, it's the Co-Opticrew's solemn duty to test them out and report back.  I'll give you a quick teaser, though:  they're probably just fine.  Nevertheless, the examinations must commence, so we'll be slingin' webs and swingin' axes all weekend long.

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Gaming for good.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Extra Life!

The Co-Opticrew is getting an extra life for the weekend, and we couldn't be more excited (not a Second Life, though, that's for the Co-Opticrew After Dark stream).  Sure, we'll be playing a frankly unhealthy amount of video games over the next 48 to 72 hours, but we're doing it for charity.  We're practically heroes.

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It was an underworld smash!

Our Weekend In Gaming: Monster Mash

As part of our roles as Gaming Journalists, we're contractually obligated to bring forth some of our spookiest gaming material for the coming weekend.  From what I can tell, it seems like the Co-Opticrew has landed on Hades as its game of choice this time around.  What's scarier than having a douche-y dad telling you what to do all the time?  Trying to disobey him, failing, and listening to him gloat over and over for eternity, of course.

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Watch as your favorite waifus compete for The Golden Fedora.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Waifu Combat Simulator

This weekend, the Co-Opticrew is abandoning their ailing reality for a newer, better one.  With their virtual life partners at their side, they'll explore new worlds, combat fearsome foes, and drain their bank accounts on highly detailed body pillows.  What fun!  I hear the nuptials are already being planned, so I'd advise going ahead and picking out some extra tasteful Second Life outfits.

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Tough crowd.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Testing...

Due to forces outside our control, last's week iteration of the Weekend in Gaming post vanished into the ether.  It was truly a shame to lose such valuable information, but it did give the Co-Opticrew a chance at a triumphant return.  Unfortunately, said return appears to be more whimper than bang.

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Come grab a heaping helping of Hyrulean combat.

New Gameplay Footage Available For Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity's release date isn't far off at this point, so naturally, folks are starting to get mighty curious about how it'll play, as well as how it'll differ from its predecessor.  Even though this style of hack-and-slash game tends to be more iterative than innovative, it's certainly understandable that fans of the genre want reasons to get excited about the upcoming title.

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Now you can call each other snobs/plebeians in real time!

Crossplay And A New Expansion Coming To Minecraft Dungeons

Minecraft Dungeons has had a pretty active update schedule since its summer release, which honestly makes a good deal of sense.  Loot-em-ups tends to live and die based on how well their developer can sustain a constant influx of new content, so Mojang's flurry of free and paid post-release expansions should help them establish a nice, solid player base.

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