New Information Available For Rainbow 6 Siege's Next Season

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It's been a startlingly long time since Rainbow 6 Siege first rappelled into our lives and, by all accounts, the game just keeps getting bigger and better.  Ubisoft's provided a lot of details on their next batch of fresh, hot-out-of-the-oven content, so let's dig in.Year 5, Season 2 is titled Operation Steel Wave and brings with it two brand new operators: Ace and Melusi.  The former is a Norwegian attacker armed with the S.E.L.M.A. device, which can be employed to destroy defensive gadgets or breakable surfaces.  The latter, a South African defender, uses the Banshee gadget to provide sonic alerts of nearby enemies and slow any attackers unfortunate enough to be in its range.  The two operators were revealed in the trailer shown below:If you'd like for more details on their gameplay, or all the other items being added or changed in this season, the "Gameplay and Tips" trailer offers both in abundance.

Deep Rock Galactic Hits 1.0 And Gets 2020 Roadmap

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Get those drills spic and span, y'all, cause management needs this next mission to go off without a hitch.  Or, at the very least, they need these minerals to be extracted without a hitch, they're not terribly concerned about what happens to you and your glorious facial hair.As of May 13th, 2020, Deep Rock Galactic hit 1.0, meaning it ended a two year journey through Early Access.  Ghost Ship Games has done quite a bit to the game since it first emerged from the depths in 2018, and it shows.  The launch trailer, shown below, doesn't necessarily highlight the litany of updates they've put out since initial release, but it does give newcomers a great glimpse at what the game holds in store for them.Just because Deep Rock Galactic has hit 1.0 doesn't mean it's content-complete, though.  You can find a development roadmap taking the game through the remainder of 2020 right here.

Towertale

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We've added Towertale for the PC to our database of Co-Op games!

Defiance Servers Shutting Doors on Xbox 360

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Defiance Servers Shutting Doors on Xbox 360

Remember Defiance? The 2013 MMO that was released alongside the TV show of the same name, it promised to bring both mediums together with crossover events that would engage players. Now seven years later, at least one version of the game is set to shut down."Today we're announcing that after many years of epic battles, we're closing Xbox 360 as a platform for Defiance 2013. This was not an easy decision for our team, but due to old technical systems, it became impossible to properly sustain the game."Defiance does live on as the free to play Defiance 2050 on PC and Trion Worlds, the game's publisher, is offering players an option to transfer certain items to the game. Those transferable items are found here. The game does still seem to live on for the PS3, at least, for now.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Microeconomics

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Our Weekend In Gaming: Microeconomics

While financial experts around the world are working out just how badly the pandemic will affect the global economy, the Co-Opticrew has taken it upon themselves to bring about their own miniature economic investigation.  First, we're taking an in-depth, undercover look at the safety conditions of dwarven miners.  Then, we'll be figuring out how a monetary system is in any way possible on a remote island with approximately ten inhabitants.Otherwise, the staff will be kicking demons right in the butt, smashing dongers out of the park, and testing our mana expertise.  Check it out!Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "I swear DOOM on Ultra Violence will be completed this weekend. More Gears Tactics as well."

A Review of Indie Co-op Games

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A Review of Indie Co-op Games

While it’s fun playing in an online casino like GClub to pass the time, it’s equally enjoyable playing co-op games with your friends from your location of choice. Playing cooperative games builds trust and closeness between you and your loved ones, and it’s more relaxed than a casino environment.These games are available anywhere, but if you’re looking for a unique co-op gameplay experience, there may only be one way to go: indie co-op games.You may think that there are only a few indie games available, but the industry is growing, and there are thousands already available. Steam’s indie content offerings ballooned to more than 19,000 last year, so whittling down the best indie games may even be challenging.