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by Jason Love 0
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The number of fun-looking games in this almost makes you forget about the SNES Classic debacle

A Slew of Indie Titles Coming to the Switch This Year

Headed to Seattle today for PAX West? Wondering how to spend your evening before things kick off tomorrow? Well, maybe you should swing by the Museum of Pop Culture tonight at 8:30 pm PDT for the Nindies@Night event. Nintendo will have a number of indie titles for you to play, including some co-op games like WulverbladeHuntdown, and the newly announced action-RPG title from Inti Creates, Dragon Marked for Death.

by Jason Love 0
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Bloodsports.TV Co-Op Review

Bloodsports.TV is the cooperative “MOBA-like” game I’ve been looking for over these past few years. It drops much of the competitive metagame concepts, like laning, jungling, and last hit, in favor of focusing on a friendly, team-based survival experience....

by Nick Puleo 9
Video
  • playstation 3
  • xbox 360
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NHL 13 Offering True Online Co-Op Play in GM Connected

Some of my favorite co-op memories involve the Sega Genesis and games of NHL 95 with my buddy.  Sports games are a natural co-op occurence and most games will let you play locally with at least two players vs the AI.  Sure we've had a few games that have added a dedicated online co-op mode, but these modes so far haven't been persistent.  All of that looks to change with NHL 13's new mode called GM Connected.

by Nick Puleo 6
Review
  • playstation 3
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MLB 11: The Show Co-Op Review

Ah....March. The snow is melting, the days are longer, and the birds are chirping. It’s also the time for Spring Training and the start of baseball season in the United States. With that, we're checking out the PS3 exclusive, MLB 11: The Show and its brand new online co-op mode in our latest review

by Jim McLaughlin 6
News
  • nintendo wii
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This Week in Co-Op: The Apple Spawns Near to the Tree

I’ve been waiting a long time for this. A long time. Once a poor little rugrat occasionally denigrated to a cutesie photo op by her parents for entertainment’s sake, my daughter is several months from three years old and has accepted the fact that she is a gamer daddy’s little girl. As such, she is often subjected to the allure of colorful gamepads and the curious moving images they control on the TV whenever Dora and Boots aren’t busy looking for the Muddy Mountain. Alright, so maybe it's only been two years; but the anticipation has been no less. Finally, the time has come: let the experimentation with video games commence!

by Nick Puleo 3
Review
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  • xbox 360
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NBA Jam Co-Op Review

EA has brought the boom-shaka-laka back in NBA Jam, a recreation of the 90s arcade classic. With modern players, updated graphics, online play, and plenty of funk - NBA Jam breaks the mold by providing fun before sim. We dive into the 2 player co-op action and come out on fire with our review.

by Nick Puleo 24
Review

PlayStation Move Review

It's the battle of the motion controllers this fall - today we look at the PlayStation Move. Sony's entry into the motion controller market has a lot in common with existing hardware, but also ups the game in certain respect. After a few weeks with the hardware we have our impressions.

by Jim McLaughlin 3
Editorial

Co-Op Couples: Point, Set, Match

The Match.com Happen Magazine online published an article a little while back, one that we thought was appropriate to include in the Co-Op Couples series. See what gamer/author Julie Taylor suggests for modern dating gamers.

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