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by Nick Puleo 0
PAX East Edition

Beyond Co-Op - April 6th through April 13th, 2014

Welcome to another edition of Beyond Co-Op, the weekly news pieces that takes a look at interesting happenings around the video game industry that may or may not pertain to cooperative gaming. It was a surprisingly quiet week, most likely due to PAX East happening right now in Boston. While a few announcements have come out of the show, Borderlands being the biggest, there are some others that flew under the radar for us.

by Christopher Metz 0
Because games are really all about the consumer.

Beyond Co-Op – March 9th through March 15th 2014

Another week has come and gone, but Beyond Co-Op will keep you (somewhat) up to date with the current events going on around the video games industry. We find some interesting news around the gaming and entertainment industry that may not directly pertain to cooperative gaming culture, and relay their messages here. This week, two popular fighting games are shown some respect in the pro community, Microsoft addresses some issues people are having with the "Games With Gold" program, and a gamer like you and I finally reached their extremely impressive gamerscore goal.

by Jason Love 0
Irrational closes its doors, Xbox One is getting a big update, and more

Beyond Co-Op - February 16th through February 22nd, 2014

Another weekend has arrived and not only does it bring with it the opportunity to enjoy some co-op gaming, but a chance to catch up on all the other news from the past week. Presented here for your reading pleasure is Beyond Co-Op, our weekly feature highlighting some of the non co-op related news that's been going on. This week we'll be looking at news of Irrational Games' closing down, the Xbox One getting a system update, a documentary covering the development and production of The Last of Us, and Atlus' future is secured.

by Jason Love 0
New year, same news... well, maybe

Beyond Co-Op - December 29th through January 4th, 2014

Welcome to 2014 and the latest edition of Beyond Co-Op, our week's end news piece that accumulates a few of the more interesting non co-op stories from the past several days. With the end of 2013, there were a lot of "best of" lists and "what to expect for gaming in 2014" going around. Once you get past those, however, there were a couple pieces of note, like a piece of malware stealing WoW players' account information and a new Ace Attorney game in the works.

by John Bardinelli 0
Telltale gets hyperactive, mobile games kick it up a notch, and you can't take the sky from me.

Beyond Co-Op - December 9th through December 15th, 2013

So we can pretend all games can get along in this melting pot of a market, we present the latest edition of Beyond Co-Op, our weekly round-up of single player and competitive multiplayer news. We might even talk about that secret game the cool kids play in the park. Bases ball? Something like that. Or maybe Game of Thrones and Firefly are much more interesting.

by Taylor Killian 0
  • playstation 4
PS4 in Europe, Big Sales, Neverland shutters, and Persona Overload

Beyond Co-Op - November 24th through November 30th, 2013

Welcome to Beyond Co-Op, the weekly feature about video games you can play without the company of other sentient beings. Both the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One are out here in the states, and the PS4 made its way to Europe on the 29th. Steam makes a compelling point for not needing a brand new console with the Steam Fall / Spring Sale, and with this being a big holiday week in the US, we turn to our friends in Japan for some noteworthy news.

by Justin Reynolds 0
  • xbox one
New consoles, new games, and lots of money

Beyond Co-Op - November 17th through 23rd, 2013

Welcome to Beyond Co-Op, our weekly look into the gaming industry that reaches past our obsession with all things co-op. This week we saw the launch of a little console you may have heard about, the Xbox One. Nintendo also released a highly anticipated title, and we got word from some super smart people that the gaming industry continues to grow. Let’s dive in.

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