Being a team player in co-op blows. Reviving fallen partners, sharing your ammo with them, watching their back like a creepy online stalker. Balls to that, we say. That's why we're unofficially starting a official campaign to teach and celebrate the ways of acting like a douche in co-op. Follow these steps wise readers, and soon you too can be ruining everyone's fun and being that guy. Dicks of co-op: we salute your despicable, titanic testes.
Streets of Rage 2’s revolutionary 1992 soundtrack was ahead of its time (is intentional tautology still funny?) It’s an amazing blend of swaggering house synths, dirty eletro-funk and trancey electronic textures that would feel as comfortable in a nightclub as a video game.
Video game heroes are often tough. But there's always something that they can't do. Some trick their enemies could utilise if only they were smart enough.So we've done it for them. Felons of the virtual realm - here is a print-out-and-keep guide to help you best these badass heroes.How to kill... KratosDefy his existenceHow to kill... BayonettaCut off her hair when she's not looking. Now she's powerless.How
Abe Lincoln. Charles Darwin. Edge. Between them they’ve mastered the realms of politics, science and writing about overweight Italian plumbers. And, more importantly than any of that, they’re now all 200. Yep, the long-running and respected games mag has just reached its 200th issue, celebrating the landmark event by publishing 200 unique covers.So if you’re mad for Master Chief, delirious over Deus Ex or want to dip
Streets of Rage hit the Virtual Console a couple weeks ago and we are psyched. While the sequels improved upon the original, there was nothing like the thrill of the first. We can go on and on about the punk with Freddy Kruger claws or the wrestler you fight on a beach or even the giant elevator level, but that would be boring. Download it and check it out yourself. Oh, if you get stuck, peep this trusty guide for all your ass-kicking
Slowly but surely, Nintendo is populating its Wii Shop channel with every tiny piece of our collective childhoods. This week is one of the better batches thus far, with Donkey Kong Country, The Legend of Kage, Streets of Rage and New Adventure Island all seeing release on the Virtual Console. Donkey Kong Country (Super NES, 1-2 players, 800 Wii Points) Still as fun and colorful as ever, this is the huge side-scrolling adventure that started the “apes jumping on crocodiles” craze