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Maine celebrates National Co-op Month
It's the Year of the Dragon (Chinese Zodiac), the Year of the Girl (Girl Scouts of the USA), and, perhaps less well known, the International Year of Cooperatives, according to the United Nations.
| October 12, 2012
The games of winter
Despite a quiet January, this winter gives gamers much to look forward to: long-awaited sequels, promising original franchises, and even a new handheld system.
Sci-fi, fantasy, and Sony's new handheld
| December 30, 2011
Hunted: The Demon’s Forge: On glitches, difficulty settings, and co-op fights
No one is playing Hunted: The Demon's Forge. No one has heard of Hunted: The Demon's Forge. It's a forgettable, poorly made co-op game that...
| June 27, 2011
The World/Inferno Friendship Society | The Anarchy and the Ecstasy
Jack Terricloth once likened playing in a band to being married and having a full-time job. Hence, his World/Inferno Friendship Society fashion themselves a kooky circus punk co-op, not a band.
Chunksaah Records (2011)
| March 18, 2011
Food co-op gets cash infusion, storefront space
North Haven business maven and philanthropist Donald Sussman has donated space (five years, rent-free) and money ($40,000) to the Portland Food Cooperative (PFC), which will allow that organization to have its own distribution space and eventually opera
| October 01, 2010
3-D glasses could improve couch co-op
You know what would improve their co-op experience? 3-D glasses. (Or less kill-stealing.) Sony has just filed a patent that will help couch co-op players...
| July 20, 2010
In defense of Gears, the ultimate "bro game"
Yesterday, the Border House wrote The Evolution of Anya Stroud, a piece about Anya's development in the Gears franchise. They've linked to my coverage of...
| July 02, 2010
Review: Army of Two: The 40th Day
When I reviewed the original Army of Two , I found myself in the unfamiliar position of being the guy who liked something everybody else hated (as opposed the guy who hated something everybody else liked).
One step forward, but Army of Two steps back
| January 29, 2010
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