Tag: co-op

Nov
01

REVIEW: Dungeons 3 – Clash of Gods DLC

Dungeons 3 is back and better than ever! Rally your evil army and finish off the job!

Aug
28

REVIEW: Guacamelee! 2

“Thou shalt be the winner and not the chicken dinner.” The long-awaited sequel to the 2013 indie-hit is finally here.

Aug
02

REVIEW: Aqua Lungers

Dive deep into the sea, explore shipwrecks for treasure with your friends, and leave their skull behind as you steal their painfully acquired gold back to the surface.

Jul
17

REVIEW: Mercenary Kings Reloaded

When the evil forces of an organization called CLAW have occupied a secret island, it’s time to tie your bandanna and free the world of another menace.

Jul
16

REVIEW: The Darkness 2

An intense first person shooter that delivers a twisted and average narrative of tragedy, modern crime drama, and supernatural horror… But the gore is awesome!

Jun
24

REVIEW: Space Hulk: Deathwing – Enhanced Edition

Space Hulk: Deathwing – Enhanced Edition is a visually gorgeous Co-Op FPS that perfectly recreates the atmosphere of the Warhammer 40K universe, providing great immersion, but game balance problems, reduced playerbase, lack of meaningful content, and some very bad game […]

May
31

REVIEW: Dungeons 3 – Lord of the Kings DLC

In the wake of the astounding success of Dungeons 3, Realmforge Studios went ahead and released their third and last piece of DLC entitled Lord of the Kings. This new piece of content follows the trend of the previous two […]

Mar
10

REVIEW: Warhammer: Vermintide 2

Fatshark is back with the second chapter of the Vermintide saga. It is the same formula of the first chapter, but better, with more of everything, and harder than ever. Featuring co-op based gameplay at its finest, this is one […]

Jan
09

REVIEW: Genetic Disaster

Genetic Disaster left early access a bit too early and lacks some content and polish, but it can still deliver some fun in co-op with twin-stick goodness all around.

Dec
12

NEWS: Genetic Disaster Comes Out Of EA December 15th

Genetic Disaster Lands in Your Living Room with a Complete Lack of Subtlety and a Large Dose of Fun