Rune II

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

A New Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Announced, Coming in October

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Activision and Infinity Ward today announced their latest entry in to the Call of Duty series, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.  Wait you say! That game came out in 2007! Don't be confused, this is a brand new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reimagined from the ground up - and a return to having a full fledged story based campaign for Call of Duty after skipping it last year.“This is an all-new Modern Warfare reimagined in every way,” said Dave Stohl, co-Studio Head, Infinity Ward. “We are creating an emotionally charged experience that’s inspired by the headlines in the world today, where the rules are grey and battle lines are blurred. Players will join a varied cast of international special forces and freedom fighters in gripping and heart-pounding missions through iconic European cities and volatile expanses of the Middle East. It’s intense, it’s exciting, and we can’t wait for our fans to play this October.”So while the trailer teases returns of fan favorite characters, it appears the storyline will be modernized and likely contain new missions. Along with the campaign players will get PvP multiplayer and "co-op experiences." Could we see the return of the Spec-Ops mode from Modern Warfare 3?

Outward Co-op Review

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Outward Co-op Review

I stood on a mountain, my partner beside me, looking out across the land. I had just escaped a narrow death at the hands (paws?) of large dog-like foes and the only thought I had was “Well, now what?” This was not the first time and it would not be the last as Outward drops the player into a game world, shrugs its shoulders, and leaves the player(s) to their own devices, for better or worse; it is almost always, unfortunately, for the worse.

Crackdown 3 Gets Keys to the City Update in Extra Edition

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Crackdown 3 may not have lived up to the expectations set by its predecessors, but still was a solid entry for the series in my opinion. While it wasn't the groundbreaking technological marvel originally promised, it was an extremely polished and satisfying game based on the formula set out by Crackdown 1 and 2. Today the team at Microsoft have announced the "Extra Edition" update.Part of the update is the Keys to the City mode, something that was available in Crackdown 2 that allowed cheats, customization, and downright silly things to happen.Keys to the City, a deep menu of Campaign tools and cheats that gives you control of the world and access to a wide variety of overpowered abilities. Throw down with Elemental Fists, become invincible with God Mode or hit the jets with Super Speed! But why stop there? On your quest to reclaim New Providence, invite a co-op friend and create your own Faction Retaliations, or Lockdown the city and fight your way out with unlimited ammo and gadgets. Get creative by spawning enemies, vehicles, explosive barrels and other props wherever you’d like. When you have Keys to the City, the possibilities are endless!

Xbox Game Pass Expands This Summer With Supermarket Shriek

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The folks over at Billy Goat Entertainment are pretty clever.  They've identified a boring niche in the market (buying groceries) and injected some goshdarn energy into it (by adding screaming and also a goat).The resulting concoction takes the form of Supermarket Shriek, which began life as a Global Game Jam entry.  In it, players must guide the game's two heroes, Billy and Goat, through a series of deadly, Supermarket Sweep-esque obstacle courses using their ability to, well, shriek.  To be honest, I'd also be screaming incoherently if the only thing standing between me and a fiery death was a careening grocery cart.  It's probably tough to see how that description translates into gameplay, though, so maybe the game's surreal trailer can assist.Supermarket Shriek's local co-op will allow two players to fill the role of either Billy or Goat as they coordinate shrieks to maximum effect.  On top of being able to use the game's controllers in this endeavor, the developers have also included the option of plugging in a headset and simply creating the guttural cries yourself.  Now that's the type of innovation we hope for from a Global Game Jam entrant.

Killsquad

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

Official Map Extension Available For Bus Simulator 18

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What greater joy is there than a job well done?  Trick question - it's the joy of doing so while taking in joyous new landscapes and repping a sick decal.  Such are the glories on offer in the official map extension for Bus Simulator 18.Perhaps you've mastered the complex routes and timetables in the existing segments of Seaside Valley, but are you punctual enough to handle driving the tech gurus of Kerststadt from district to district, or hardy enough to navigate the winding roads of Sonnstein?  Take a look at the trailer below and decide for yourself.Alongside the two new districts, the extension also features 20 additional bus stops, nine extra story missions, and a whole slew of new skins and decals.  Now, you and your public transportation crew can both style and profile while safely transporting passengers around town.