Bundle Stars has kicked off it's Bundle Fest 4. Included are some fun co-op titles, complete with party packages and complete editions. Co-op games include Gauntlet, Never Alone, Dead Island, and Dead Island: Riptide.
The Friday Awesomely Live Co-Op team played some awesome games these past few weeks and had so much fun that we forgot to write news articles about the awesome game sessions we had. While Baldy was away, Bobby and I played a few missions in Splinter Cell Blacklist. The following week, we played some three-player Gauntlet, and last week we played Terrorist Hunt in the Rainbow Six Siege Beta.
A few weeks back, Arrowhead Studios announced the updated and modern version of Gauntlet was finally heading to PS4 as Gauntlet: Slayer Edition, towing a handful of neat updates along with it. Meanwhile, PC owners were kind of like "Well, what about us?". A free update for us, that's what.
The Warrior, Wizard, Valkyrie, and Elf are still at it, hacking away like nobody's business. The modern reboot of the classic arcade franchise was met with more than a few nodding heads when it hit in the summer of 2014. It's a bit late to the party, but the game has finally spread to PlayStation 4 under a new, retooled name: Gauntlet: Slayer Edition.
The journey has been long and winding for the Gauntlet franchise, but it appears its next destination is just on the horizon. This summer, Arrowhead's reboot is making its way to the Playstation 4 via the brand new Gauntlet: Slayer Edition.
If you're itching for an arcade-styled hack-and-slash adventure, Bundle Stars seeks to fill the sword-and-sorcery shaped hole in your heart this week with a deep discount on Arrowhead Game Studios' 2014 retro revamp Gauntlet.
We've enjoyed the Gauntlet reboot quite a bit. The game takes everything we liked in the original and gives it a fresh modern spin. The devs at Arrowhead Games and Warner Bros. are continuing to support the title, adding in new content like the Necromancer (for a price) and new modes of play like the Colosseum (for free).
It's time once again to pick your favorite co-op game of the year. We divide our awards into two categories, AAA and Indie. We nominate games that we feel showcase great cooperative features - whether that's a solid story involving all players, innovative mechanics, or just plain fun with friends.
The first DLC character has finally arrived for Gauntlet. I mean, the Gauntlet released this year, and not the game with the exact same title from 1985. Meet Lilith, a Necromancer by trade, heroine of the universe by choice, who you can pick up for $4.99. Instead of cruising around dungeons swinging swords, she takes a more "hands off" approach by conjuring a horde of skeletal minions to do her bidding. Let's face a cold, hard fact: if we could summon shambling corpses to do whatever we said, we'd probably get a lot more done.
Remember Gauntlet? No, not the forgettable last one, or those ones you played in the late 90’s. I’m talking about the Gauntlet you played in the arcade and poured quarters into because it incessantly told you that ‘Wizard needs food badly’. The 2014 Gauntlet is a remake of the 1980’s classic, blending the old school ga...
Last night the crew hit up the recent Gauntlet re-release and streamed the action on Twitch.tv. The game is developed by Arrowhead Studios (Magicka) and published by Warner Bros and has a decidedly old school feel with many modern gameplay elements. Of course the best part about the game is full four player co-op support, just like the original.
It's a jam packed week this week of games to play, with a title for just about everyone.