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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. ...

by Matthew Squaire 0
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Under The Influence

20XX Co-Op Review

20XX creates a strange problem for itself as the player spends more time in its world. While most games draw from a variety of influences, this one is deeply rooted in just one: Mega Man. However, any player who is a fan of that very particular gaming formula and wanted a few updated and upgraded features, like co-op and level randomization, is in ...

by Paul Acevedo 0
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17 co-op classics and many more in one fantastic collection

SEGA Genesis Classics Co-Op Review

SEGA Genesis Classics is the latest in a long line of 16-bit game compilations from Sega. That said, it’s the first such title for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and includes many features never before seen in a Sega console collection – including online co-op! With 50 games (17 co-op), this is a great value for classic gaming fans. But th...

by Paul Acevedo 0
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Bring along a friend on this wild and deadly road trip

Death Road to Canada Co-Op Review

With the United States infested by endless hordes of zombies, the only hope for survival is escaping to the cold and zombie-free climes of Canada. Welcome to Death Road to Canada, a very unusual game that sends players on a randomly-generated road trip to Canada. Death Road, which has just arrived on consoles after first launching on PC, supports 2...

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