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Private games coming soon.

Watch Dogs: Legion Co-Op Arrives on PC, RAIDs Too

After what was called an "indefinite delay," Watch Dogs: Legion co-op mode is now available on PC alongside the already release co-op mode available on consoles. Alongside of this is the release of the Tactical Ops Missions, raid-like scenarios are bigger and more challenging end game activities that Ubisoft suggests only groups of four or more take on.

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Maybe not the intended feeling.

It Takes Two Co-Op Impressions and Stream Recap

We've already had an extensive hands on preview with It Takes Two early last month. The game, if you didn't know, is a co-op platformer and adventure by Hazelight Studios. You can read all those detailed impressions here and here. Our latest stream of the game is actually covering a lot of the same topics - but having had a chance to reflect on some things, our opinion may have changed...slightly.

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This Is Not A Drill!

Co-Op Monthly Round-Up for March, 2021

Did you see that?! Holy Moly! More than 70 (!) new co-op releases across various platforms in March - including some very high profile titles like Monster Hunter Rise, Balan Wonderworld, It Takes Two as well as the start of the Open Beta (PC-only) for Magic: Legends and the long-awaited co-op patch for Watch Dogs: Legion. It's safe to say that there was (and is) something for everyone with their friends and family to enjoy.

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The numbers are back and higher than ever.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Revenge Of The Sequel

As is becoming increasingly common in this era of gaming, the Co-Opticrew's weekend plans are largely preoccupied with sequels.  Many companies these days seem content with adopting the "if it ain't broke" mode of thinking, and you know what, it looks like it's paying off for them.  Not that I'm complaining, though.  Good games are good games regardless of how high the number is in their title.

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What's more eye-catching than a cardboard rectangle?

Our Weekend In Gaming: Tabletop Stimulator

The Co-Opticrew is reaching into our usual bag of tricks this weekend, with co-op shlooters and co-op sloopers taking up a fair amount of our time.  What's this, though?  It appears a few of our esteemed staff are also diving back into the realm of wooden tokens and translucent card sleeves for a couple days of board game goodness.  We can only wish these adventurous souls (and their wallets) the best of luck.  They'll certainly need it.

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