Our Weekend In Gaming: Getting Cozy

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Our Weekend In Gaming: Getting Cozy

The Co-Opticrew is back at it again with the weekend video games.  Now that we're well and truly into those chilly temperatures, we'll be cozying up with our game of choice and enjoying a nice cup of... whatever it is folks are into these days.  Pumpkin spice?  TikTok dances?  Who knows.For this late November weekend, we'll be indulging in some Microsoft titles, annihilating mankind, and lusting over demonic souls.  Check it out!Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "May check out Halo 4 in MCC on PC, more Black Ops Zombies, and Sea of Thieves."

D-Corp

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

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies Stream Recap and Impressions

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The zambies are back. The ZAAAAMBIES return. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has released and with it the ever present zombie mode made famous by Call of Duty: World at War. The new flavor of zombies is a lot of the same, but also tweaked to feel decidingly different. We've been checking out the four player online co-op mode for the past week and streamed a bit the other night. The DL is this - if you were a fan of the previous zombie modes we think you'll really like the new iteration. It takes a lot of the best elements from the previous game's like the slot machine special weapon crates, perk machines, and an overarching mystery that unfolds with each playthrough.The one thing missing? That risk reward strategy of opening a door versus building up a strong defense. Instead the game's only map really encourages players to explore in order to find the best weapons and other mysteries. The newest feature is the need to actually upgrade your character's damage and armor in order to survive the later waves of zombies as well as the ability to bug out and call for evac every 5 waves post wave 10 to cash in on XP.