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A look back over the past 9 years and ~100 issues

MMO Co-Opportunities Volume C: Special Edition Celebrating the 100th Issue

Nine years ago, in the summer of 2010, I began this MMO Co-Opportunities column. As a fan of MMOs, I saw value in highlighting the co-op opportunities (or “co-opportunities”) within individual games. For the first year, I was able to cover one MMO a month, focusing on the unique opportunities I (or my fellow writers) saw within each gam...

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A Long Day’s Knights

Castle Crashers Remastered Coming To PS4, Nintendo Switch

The original Castle Crashers came out 11 years ago on the Xbox 360 and immediately established itself as a game with strong personality, fun quirks, and challenging but wonderful co-op gameplay. That original game was followed up with a remaster on Xbox One in 2015 and it is that version that is now arriving on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch sometime this year.

by Jason Love 0
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Are we sure they're actually gone? Maybe they just put on the One Ring...

Two LEGO Lord of the Rings Games Delisted from Digital Marketplaces

Happy 2019 everyone! Hope folks enjoyed their holidays and are ready for another exciting year in gaming. Let's kick things off with some joy- oh... well, err... ok, some not happy news. It appears that LEGO: The Lord of the Rings and LEGO: The Hobbit have both been removed from digital stores on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. No more digital hobbitses...

by Enoch Starnes 0
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You can almost taste the cartridge.

Shovel Knight Is Coming To Retail Next Year

Shovel Knight, everyone's favorite game about being a knight with a shovel, has been making the digital rounds ever since its initial release in 2014.  While it was originally only available on the PC, 3DS, and Wii U, the game eventually made its way to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, all the while amassing a number of expansions and some downloadable content.

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No word about this affecting other regions

Starhawk's Online Capabilities Have Been Terminated For Europe

Over the weekend, it appears Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe sunsetted the servers for the 2012 PlayStation 3 title, Starhawk. A note has been added to all European PS Store listings for the game that basically says "you can no longer play this online." There's been no official statement about whether this is getting applied to all regions or not, so for now, this appears to only be affecting the one region.

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Game life on a console ain't what it used to be

Skate 3's Servers Are Online Again, Who Knows For How Long

I love this time of the year. Those couple weeks and days leading up to E3 when speculation and rumors run wild. In this case, those rumors revolve around the possibility of Skate 4 becoming an actual thing. The reason? For some reason nobody can understand, EA has switched the servers back on for Skate 3. If you miss doing tricks with your buddies, now's your chance.

by Enoch Starnes 0
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The zombie train keeps a-rollin'

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 Zombies Maps Can Now Be Purchased Individually

Until just recently, those who were interested in the post-launch content for Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 were effectively lumped into the same bucket.  Regardless of whether or not you wanted to play the cooperative "Zombies" mode or the other competitive modes, you paid for a single package containing both options.

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Rob Washington DC Blind: On The Go!

PAYDAY 2 Out Now on the Switch

If Insane Clown Posse taught us anything, it's to be wary of clowns wielding axes. PAYDAY 2 went just a little bit further to showcase that axe-clowns are nothing compared to the sheer police-murdering power of clowns armed with shotguns. Now you can finally relieve the bureaucracy of their possessions on the go as a full four-player PAYDAY 2 lands on the Switch.

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We should be heisting on the go sometime this winter.

PAYDAY 2 Dev Diary Reminds Us That It's Still Coming To Switch

If there's a new console on the market, you can almost guarantee that the folks at Overkill Software are already hard at work porting a version of PAYDAY 2 to it.  The Nintendo Switch is no different, and, as announced during April's Nintendo Direct, the first person heisting experience is on its way to the console this winter.

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