It started off easy enough: Just make pasta. Everything was going pretty well, if a bit disorganized. Food lay scattered across the tables and floor, ready for us to grab whenever we needed it so we wouldn't have to run back to the dispensaries. Plates with half-assembled meals lay waiting for the final piece so… Continue reading Overcooked 2 is stressful as heck and I love it
Raiders of the Broken Planet is a third-person shooter with an emphasis on cooperative play. You and up to three other players team up to complete a series of objectives across a full-fledged campaign. What makes Raiders different is its “antagonist system,” wherein an additional fifth player can invade and work alongside the AI to… Continue reading From E3 2017: Raiders of the Broken Planet mixes third-person shooting and brawling with interesting multiplayer hooks
One of the common problems with co-op games is that few ever really make cooperation a necessity. Or when they do, it’s often rather clumsy and forced. The best co-op games always encourage teamwork gently and naturally. Super Dungeon Bros from Wired Productions aims to do just that. It’s a top-down dungeon crawler with rock… Continue reading E3 2015 – Cooperation is everything in Super Dungeon Bros
Bloodborne is such a huge game for Entertainium that we couldn't just review it as we would normally do it. Callum and Eduardo are die hard fans of the 'Souls series, and what better reason is there to do a co-op review than to have a look at From Software's latest? There isn't. Prepare for… Continue reading Entertainium Co-ops Bloodborne!
Depending on how you play Ibb & Obb, it will either be a delightful game of jolly cooperation or an exercise in multitasking hell. Despite its inviting looks, Ibb & Obb is a deceitfully challenging game. It’s cooperative-based platforming requires coordination on a grand scale, as well as extreme dexterity should you play solo. Guiding… Continue reading Ibb & Obb Review