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by Nick Puleo 5
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Steam Launches Free to Play Games, Many Co-Op

Valve has announced that Steam, their online digital distribution platform, will start adding Free to Play games to their online store.  These free to play titles offer no initial cost, but usually subsidize themselves by offering premium in game items for a small fee.

by Tally Callahan 3
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  • online

Global Agenda to Launch "Free Agent" Update

When Global Agenda launched a bit over a year ago (a game we thought had decent co-opability), Hi-Rez Studios originally planned for it to be a subscription-based game. This later changed when they decided they wanted to maintain a non-subscription based model where players had access to everything so long as they had purchased a retail version of the game.The subscription model never saw the light of day. The game also had a generous trial where people wanting to try out the game could have a fairly extensive experience for free with the usual limitations (e.g. level caps, chat restrictions, etc.).

by Tally Callahan 5
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Global Agenda Goes Completely Free-to-Play

Hi-Rez Studios has recently announced that they will be dropping the optional subscription fee for multiplayer third-person shooter Global Agenda. Previously, certain features were locked unless you opted for the subscription. Now all players will have access to all the content, making the game completely free-to-play after you pay the box price. As you might remember, Global Agenda is a game that we felt had a lot of good co-op potential. The game is also on sale on Steam at 33% off (bringing it to a little under $27) until July 5th. If you've been curious about the game, now may be a good time to jump on in and check the game out.

by Tally Callahan 6
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Global Agenda Co-Op Review

Global Agenda was released earlier this year on the PC and managed to fly under everyone's radar. The game is a stylized hybrid MMO/FPS with optional subscription fees. Luckily you won't have to subscribe to access the game's four player co-op modes. We drop planet side to give the verdict.

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