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by Tally Callahan 0
  • pc
  • couch
Our top picks for couch co-op games that are available on GOG

Co-Optimus\' Best of GOG: Couch Co-Op Games

While there’s certainly advantages to living in a gaming era that emphasizes online co-op, couch co-op games will always hold a special place in many of our hearts. Therefore, we (the folks at Co-Optimus) were extremely pleased when the recently released Nex Machina brought back this nostalgic experience in fine form. As a game developed with...

by Eric Murphy 0
Including A Special Th.A.L.C.O. Thursday Edition!

F.A.L.C.O. Episodes 4 And 5 Are Ready for Consumption

Friday Awesomely Live Co-Op took some interesting twists the past few weeks. If you haven't noticed, the three of us are super dads, and sometimes dad duties or other family things get in the way of F.A.L.C.O., but the show must go on! I found myself with no co-hosts a couple weeks ago, and that would be fine if this were So-Loptimus, but alas, we are Co-Optimus, so I did what every super dad does in this type of situation: con their kids into work.

by John Bardinelli 0
  • xbox live arcade
  • pc
  • playstation network
  • couch
You're never alone because it's co-op, you see.

Never Alone Builds a Game Using Native Alaskan Folklore

For thousands of years, the Iñupiat people passed their stories from generation to generation. These stories helped them understand how the world worked as well as their place within it. But stories are useless unless their knowledge is shared. This is why Never Alone exists. Developer Upper One Games is working with Alaska Native storytellers and elders to turn their folklore into an interactive world.

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