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They're back, and they want the respect they deserve.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Revenge Of The Sequels

The Co-Opticrew just can't escape its collective obsession with increasing numbers.  Whether it's the fifth, fourth, or second entry in a series, we are always 100% on board.  Maybe that explains Eric's obsession with Speed 2: Cruise Control, or why Jason has worn the same Batman & Robin promotional t-shirt for the last 20 years.  Seriously, though, Jason... that thing is ripe.

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Pictured: New York (2018, Colorized)

Our Weekend In Gaming: How Cold Is Too Cold?

The Co-Opticrew is fending off the cold weather the best way we know how - by ignoring it entirely and huddling around a kitchen table or LED screen.  It hasn't been scientifically proven that the body craves cooperative gameplay at lower temperatures, but it hasn't been disproved either.  So, you know, I'm gonna chalk that one up as a universal truth for the time being.

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We're doing our part!

Our Weekend In Gaming: Casting The Ballot

The results are in, and it turns out the Co-Opticrew is violently opposed to even remotely showing any bias towards a single game, at least based on our weekend plans.  Maybe it's for the best, though, as we'll now have all sorts of fun, unique anecdotes to share on Monday.  If our staff wasn't based all over the world (and if water coolers were still a thing that people used), we'd be standing around them the whole day.

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That's a thing the kids say, right?

Our Weekend In Gaming: So Extra

We're officially deep into Extra Life 2018, and you just know the Co-Opticrew is getting in on that action.  Specifically, Eric and the gang will be streaming a plethora of co-op games on Saturday, so if you're into that sort of thing, check them out through the link below.  Between Extra Life and GDQ, it's really encouraging to see that the gaming community can come together and cause some real, no-joke good in the world.

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Work, work.

Our (Past) Weekend In Gaming: Burning The Midnight Oil

Well, gang, work got the best of me this weekend, so our scheduled Weekend in Gaming article is coming in a bit... after the fact.  That said, weren't you at least a little curious what the famed Co-Opticrew got up to over the past few days?  Now's your chance to find out!  Bear in mind that I offer no guarantee these plans actually came to fruition, though.

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We're just resting our eyes.

Our Weekend In Gaming: A Brief Respite

Another weekend, another Weekend in Gaming article featuring your favorite co-op writers.  We're a little light on cooperative gaming of the digital variety, but we're trying to make up for it with some good, old-fashioned board gaming.  Seeing as how we're knee-deep in the Season of Endless Video Game Releases, our eyes could probably use a break from the dim glow of a monitor/television anyway.

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It's like, so fierce.

Our Weekend In Gaming: The Fiercest Light

Well, what do you know?  Destiny 2 appears to be back on the Co-Opticrew's weekend menu, and it's all thanks to "Forsaken", the game's latest expansion.  It feels like just yesterday that we collectively emerged from the dark recesses surrounding Destiny 2's original release, so I'm not quite ready to delve back in.  That said, depending on how long Jason, Mike, and Nick spend in there, we may have to form up a search party...

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It's nice to be above ground every now and then.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Mining Crew

Can you believe another week's done and dusted?  It feels like it was just yesterday that Jason was yelling at the Co-Opticrew to finish our morning serving of porridge and crowd back into the co-op mines.  "Ah well," I remember telling Marc on the way down, "at least we got that extra day to let the cartridge dust work its way out of our lungs."  We shared a somber smile then, knowing the darkness of the mines would soon shroud our faces beyond recognition.  My, how time does seem to slip away...

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