Zero-K

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

Far Cry 5 Co-Op Stream Recap

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Another week, another Monday night co-op stream has come and gone. If you missed it, we checked out Far Cry 5 and special guest Enoch Starnes joined us to discuss his thoughts on Ubisoft's latest.I've not played any Far Cry 5, but everything I've seen/read/heard of the game basically points me to "play it in co-op and have some dumb fun," which works for me. Mike and Nick do their best to show off some of that by luring one another to various vehicles before blowing them up, using a gravity gun to juggle bears, and jumping out of planes mid-flight and leaving the other person behind in the passenger seat. Honestly, that seems like the best way to play it, considering your co-op buddy doesn't earn of the story progression by playing the game with you.You can read our full Co-Op Review over here on the site.

Next Month's Games With Gold Features Two Co-Op Titles

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Xbox's Game with Gold program has provided a pretty solid value to all kinds of gamers for quite some time now.  This month will be extra special for us cooperatively minded folks, though, as its lineup includes two co-op titles:  Super Mega Baseball 2 and Sega Vintage Collection: Streets of Rage (also known as Streets of Rage).Super Mega Baseball 2 will be brand new, as it'll also be released for purchase on May 1st.  While it's obviously available for Xbox One, you'll also be able to pick it up on PC and PlayStation 4.  It's a more cartoon-y take on the sports genre, but there's a lot of depth and customization for those willing to dig in.  Plus, it features local and online co-op for up to two players.  We quite liked its predecessor, so here's hoping the sequel expands and improves in all the right places.The other title coming through is the Sega Vintage Collections version of Streets of Rage for the Xbox 360.  The classic Sega Genesis beat-em-up has been updated with online co-op to complement its original two player local co-op mode.  It also has achievements and leaderboards, if you're just dying to be king or queen of the last-gen consoles.

Strange Brigade Coming to PC and Consoles This August

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It's been a while since we've heard from Rebellion about their four player co-op adventure, Strange Brigade. Today, however, the UK developer announced that the title will be released on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on August 28. So gather your friends and prepare to face off against the Witch Queen Seteki.Everything we've seen of the game thus far has largely focused around the gameplay aspects and how the core mechanics work (i.e., round-based waves). The latest trailer shifts to the story and what our band of intrepid explorers is up against; namely, an undead queen with a chip on her shoulder (not to mention some bandages). I'm certainly intrigued to see how all the promised puzzle-solving, looting, and shooting comes together.The title is available for pre-order now, and there's a Digital Deluxe Edition that includes the Season Pass, as well as a Collector's Edition that includes some physical goodies but, apparently, not the Season Pass. The Season Pass will get you all the planned post-launch content, including new campaign missions, playable characters, and weapons. Here's everything that's included in the Collector's Edition:

Far Cry 5 Co-Op Review

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Far Cry 5 Co-Op Review

It took me a while to decide how I felt about Far Cry 5. I can’t tell you how many times I flipped back and forth on scores and talking points during my time with it, but what I can tell you is that, moment to moment, it’s a fun game. It really is. But it’s also a game that Ubisoft didn’t seem to trust to stand on its own feet.

Our Weekend In Gaming: God Of War And Peace

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Our Weekend In Gaming: God Of War And Peace

Hey there, friends.  It's a pleasure having you back around for yet another edition of Weekend in Gaming.  Far Cry 5 is still on the mind, of course, but it's beginning to fade away in favor of more varied plans.  Such is the journey of a brand new co-op game.Slowly but surely, the Co-Opticrew is getting on the board game train, but we also have more digital plans lined up, such as worm warfare, competitive mythology, and talking cars.  Check it out!Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "Diving into more Far Cry 5 and feeding my Fortnite obsession."