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Co-Op Mode Reviews presents
Co-Op Mode Reviews
A monthly video game podcast where four guys talk about a game of their choice.
March 12, 2021
Hyper Light Drifter
Mike, Dan and Joe are joined by composer, Rich Vreeland aka . You can purchase the soundtrack . (
February 8, 2021
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World - The Game
After it's departure from various online retailers in 2014, the re-release of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World have the gamers rejoicing to commemorate its ten year anniversary. Mike, Jake, Neal and Joe fans of everything related to Scott Pilgrim, willingly paid again, specifically for the online aspect, to play the game as a group. However, there are more issues than Scott dealing with his seven evil ex's: the internet. Enjoy the episode! If you're in love with the music, you can purchase it along with the . Good times. (
December 14, 2020
My Brother Rabbit
It has been a "minute" since a point and click adventure game was discussed on the show. Mike, Lili, and Dan discuss Artifex Mundi's title, My Brother Rabbit. It's a story revolving around a brother trying to comfort his sister due to an illness by...
September 15, 2020
River City Girls
The beat 'em up genre continues! Jake Baker, guest on Streets of Rage 4, comes back to discuss an anime infused girl power centered RPG like fighting game that has "flown" under the radar. Prior to the main discussion, Jake talks about his progress...
May 29, 2020
Streets of Rage 4
It has been 26 years since the last iteration from this well-known Sega born franchise. Skepticism shrouded around the first trailer back in 2018 along with wonderment on whether not this was simply a cash grab or a game developed with passion and care....
June 18, 2019
Resident Evil 7
The Resident Evil franchise seemed to be in a funk for a certain period of time after the release of RE4. RE7 breathed new life into the franchise returning to form - and then some - with its unsettling atmosphere, claustrophobic environments, and an un...
April 18, 2019
Whackin' People Off
March 8, 2019
“Mobile Delight” – It's rarity that a mobile game gets discussed on the podcast, but the buzz surrounding this charming game was hard to pass up. Enjoy the episode!
January 31, 2019
God of War (2018)
“BOY.” – When God of War was announced for the PS4 the reception among the guys was lackluster due to that its previous nature was "samey" and tired of the two-dimensional character. Upon its release, the word spread fast how God of War is easily one of...
May 22, 2018
“Lucha-tastic!” – In 1994, Super Metroid, the popular and highly regarded SNES title, still plays a major impact in the video game industry. Not as its own entity, but it has inspired developers to use its formula with their own spin. Drinkbox Studios d...
May 4, 2018
Wolfenstein: The New Colossus
“Try this new penis out" - World War II is without a doubt one of the most famous wars in American history. Though, how many times in video games – even film – can that story be told and not become flat? Wolfenstein: The New Colossus, the sequel to The ...
April 3, 2018
“Swept under the rug" - With its release back in November 2016, Dishonored 2 didn’t necessarily have the gravitas for an immediate day one purchase. It offers more of what the first Dishonored game gave the audience, but with a few gameplay tweaks, beau...
February 8, 2018
“ah crap" - Naughty Dog’s capability of providing a quality product to the gamers goes without question. Its latest installment, Uncharted 4, received mixed reactions at its E3 reveal. The reliance on previously established franchises from the prior gen...
January 19, 2018
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
“30 Years” – 2017 was and is a milestone for several reasons: a newly released Zelda entry, the first Zelda title hit store shelves, SEVENTY episodes and FIVE years of yours truly. Needless to say it was a time to celebrate. With that in mind, we chose ...
December 18, 2017
“Underwater Journey” – In this episode, the guys chat about Giant Squid’s visually sumptuous title, Abzû. Through and through, the game feels familiar with its visual presentation and the gameplay mechanics. Even with that said, the guys still found...
November 17, 2017
The Stanley Parable
“Lots of walkin’” – In 2013, The Stanley Parable received recognition and high praise for its writing and narration. With its witty narrator, the game reveals many layers showcasing its depth and commentary on the state of video games and or even...
October 27, 2017
LOTR: Shadow of Mordor
"An unexpected surprise" - Licensed games can sometimes be iffy. Much like this entry, Shadow of Mordor, the talk was quiet until the game was launched. As soon as the game was within the consumers’ grasp the gaming community talked a lot of hype spec...
September 30, 2017
"Same hallway, different views" - Playdead's successor keeps it approach similar to their first game, Limbo. Both games have a young boy at the forefront navigating through a bleak world trying to unfold the story at hand through visual cues. The...
August 29, 2017
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
"Gameplay and story are equals" - It's very common for games to be set up in a manner where the controller merely acts as just as a device to perform the actions of the character(s). Starbreeze Studios decided that the all aspects of Brothers: A Tale o...
July 12, 2017
Gears of War 4
"It's safe." - After what seemed to be a definitive conclusion in Gears of War 3, Coalition releases the fourth entry - not counting Judgment - that continues the story twenty-seven years after the locust had fallen. Given the current trend with the...