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by Paul Acevedo 0
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Saving the world one slow-mo bullet at a time

Sniper Elite V2 Remastered Co-Op Review

Seven years after the original release of Sniper Elite V2, Rebellion has just unleashed Sniper Elite V2 Remastered on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC. With Sniper Elite III and 4 having already improved on the original formula in multiple ways, does the world need a better-looking version of V2? Maybe not, but V2 Remastered still offers ple...

by Paul Acevedo 0
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Classic shoot \'em ups come back

Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection Co-Op Review

2019 has been a good year for compilations of classic arcade games, with SNK 40th Anniversary Collection finally getting a multiplatform release, and now Konami’s Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection has arrived on both consoles and PC. This one collects 8 classic arcade games (mostly shoot ‘em ups), three of which feature 2-player lo...

by Paul Acevedo 0
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One shout of \"EDF!\" for every online co-op player

Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain Co-Op Review

Earth Defense Force is a cult favorite series traditionally developed by Japanese indie developer Sandlot and published by D3 Publisher. D3 Publisher has never been shy about allowing spin-off games to come from different developers, including the disappointing American-developed entry EDF: Insect Armageddon. Eight years later, developer Yuke&rsquo...

by Matthew Squaire 0
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Basement Dwelling Co-op

Iron Crypticle Review

Co-op games are a sometimes complicated, exciting business where all of the members have to pull together to accomplish a goal. There are a number of games that require a fine synergy of skill, will, sweat, and tears for a party of co-op partners to achieve victory no matter how many players are involved. Iron Crypticle keeps all of that and nothin...

by Locke Vincent 0
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A minimalist adventure with maximum fun

Flat Heroes Co-Op Review

Every couple years a game comes along which sets the bar for a genre. For precision platformers N did it in 2008, Super Meat Boy followed in 2010, and now, there is a new title to carry that torch. Flat Heroes combines a minimal design aesthetic with crisp gameplay, delivering a tight platforming experience that shouldn’t be missed. ...

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