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Dead Pool, Hotline Miami, The Last of Us, Pacific Rim and 5 More!

Beyond Co-Op Reviews: August 2013

Now that we're on the new site, it's time to post a round-up of our Beyond Co-Op Reviews you might have missed. You can always find a listing of all of our BC reviews on the review page. There's also the latest BC reviews in the lower third of the front page next to our video feature. Here's what we're covering this month in single player and non co-op reviews.

by Marc Allie 6
A Deck Building Card Game with Marvel Heroes

Tabletop Co-Op: Legendary

In recent years, the deck building genre of card games has become very popular. Dominion hit the scene in 2008, and was a smash hit. In addition to a host of expansions for that game, many other deck building games have been published. One thing that was missing from the genre, though, was cooperation. The subject of this installment of Tabletop Co-Op, Legendary, introduces Marvel super heroes into the deck building genre, and adds co-op too!

by Marc Allie 0

Co-Op Classics: Legendary Wings

I'm going to change the formula a bit for Co-Op Classics today.  Typically, the focus is on the game itself.  But as with all things classic, nostalgia and memory play an important part.  Legendary Wings for the NES is a bizarre game, and would have been notable for it's sheer weirdness, but when I consider the circumstances of my first experience with it, the game transcends the merely weird and becomes truly legendary.  Read on to find out what I could possibly mean. It was the summer of 1988.  I was 14 years old, and a burgeoning gamer.  My parents had disappointed me with a replacement Atari 2600 (though admittedly the cooler version ) for Christmas the previous year, though I'd been wanting an NES.  Luckily for me, I was going to spend the day with my older cousin, who was 17, could drive and had a Nintendo.  As soon as I arrived at his house, he decided we'd go rent a game.

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