This shouldn’t come as a big surprise, but Capcom has officially confirmed that co-op will indeed be returning, alongside the psychopaths, in the Xbox One launch title Dead Rising 3. This means you can partner up with a friend as Nick and his friend Dick to mow down the undead hordes in an assortment of wildly vicious vehicles while dressed as shark and bull mascots to strike fear in the no longer beating hearts of the undead hordes.
Read on for a bit more info and a ton of screenshots. READ MORE
In a post in the State of Decay forums, Undead Labs’ Jeff Strain confirmed co-op will not be coming to the game. “Over the past few weeks we’ve been working with Microsoft to lay plans for the future of State of Decay, including future Title Updates, DLC, and possible sequels. As part of that process we’ve also been thoroughly evaluating the possibility of adding co-op multiplayer to State of Decay. While there are great things in store for State of Decay, unfortunately multiplayer is not one of them.” Strain wrote. “That said, I can say definitively that multiplayer will be the absolute heart of any future State of Decay games.”
It’s too bad, because this is the type of game that definitely would have benefited from co-op, even if it’s limited to two players. Even still, with our without multiplayer, State of Decay is still very much worth your time. READ MORE
Something pretty awesome aside from the super awesome looking storyline in Far Cry 3 is its 4 player co-op mode. You and 3 friends can experience something completely different from the campaign, as you work together to take out the captain of a ship. Head past the break to see an awesome trailer for the co-op campaign, and some screens. Look out for Far Cry 3 December 4th on the PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360.
Dead Space 3 is almost definitely the game EA teased us with earlier this week, and if these new rumors prove true, Isaac Clarke’s next outing could be significantly different from his last. According to a source at IGN, the game could feature two-player co-op, tweaked weapon functions and new player abilities like crouching and evasive moves. Head past the break for more delicious details! READ MORE
Six years. That’s how long it took for Ubisoft’s I Am Alive to arrive, from announcement to release. For many, this amount of time builds up insane amounts of hype. After all, doesn’t the wait make something taste that much sweeter? For some, yes, yes it does. For others?
Well, they just couldn’t give two damns about the length of time a game takes so long as it’s good. So how do Adam and Jonny feel about this game? Was the wait worth it or should this be another XBLA/PSN title that you just happily avoid? READ MORE
Bulletstorm is unique in that it never strives to be anything more than a damn entertaining game, and it’s in this regard where the game really kicks us in the face with just how awesome it is. If you’re looking for a deep or meaningful story you won’t find one here. Bulletstorm doesn’t want to be your friend, it wants to show you how big its balls are before it lassos you with an electric leash and kicks you where the sun don’t shine. READ MORE
F.3.A.R. marks the series’ first assault on the world of cooperative gaming and if the following video is any indication it seems to be shaping up pretty nicely. In it you’ll be able to choose between Point Man, who has the ability to use cover and slow down time, or Paxton Fettel who has more supernatural abilities such as telekinesis and possession.
F.3.A.R. releases on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 this May. Head past the jump for a look at the game’s collector’s edition that includes a statue of a pregnant Alma, and who doesn’t want one of those? READ MORE