Games that bind – Culling Bros approved Co-Op games

I don’t think I’ve made a secret of the fact that I put a pretty big emphasis on co-operative action, and generally anything that one can participate in a group. We talked about everything from how horror games can be affected by being played by a group, to how the industry has some promising titles … Continue reading Games that bind – Culling Bros approved Co-Op games

The uniquely shared scares of enjoying horror as a group.

We seem to talk a lot about horror on this blog, don’t we? This is kind of odd, since I myself am not the biggest fan of horror games, being far too squeamish and otherwise ‘delicate.’ I was trying to ponder on why we end up talking about the subject matter so much if this … Continue reading The uniquely shared scares of enjoying horror as a group.

Importance of local Co-Op innovation in modern gaming.

Welp, another E3 has come and passed, and (like every damn year) events have led to me being really bloody delayed in actually getting any writing done about the event. Like, really delayed this year in particular, to the point where we completely missed last week’s upload. I won’t waste everyone’s time by going over … Continue reading Importance of local Co-Op innovation in modern gaming.