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Dauntless | PAX East 2018

by Oscar Venturaon April 10, 2018
Dauntless immediately captured my attention when I realized the grand scale of its battles. With up to four players and battles lasting around 30 minutes, everyone must work together to take down huge behemoths!

Earthfall | PAX East 2018

by Oscar Venturaon April 8, 2018
For years Left 4 Dead has left me wanting more action, in comes Earthfall. A sci-fi co-op shooter developed by Holospark!

Just Shapes & Beats | PAX East 2018

by Juan Malaveon April 7, 2018
Just Shapes & Beats debuted a few years ago at PAX, but it’s the first time I got my hands on it. Earlier this year, our very own truOZ tried it out at PAX South and shared his thoughts. Now it’s my turn.

Last Encounter | PAX East 2018

by Oscar Venturaon April 6, 2018
Last Encounter is co-op mayhem on your screen, and that’s not a bad thing!

DRULcast #227 – Water Gushers

by Oscar Venturaon March 6, 2018
Long show this week with tons of valuable information from movie services, DLC news, potential game updates and we share our love of Crackdown in preparation for the next installment.

DRULcast #206 – From Rage To Delight

by Oscar Venturaon October 3, 2017
Jack is Oz's therapist for the evening. From rage to delight as Oz shares his tales of a feature that shouldn't exist, to a memory of great times spent watching old school cartoons.
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DRULcast #89 – Years later & Dying Light

by Oscar Venturaon February 10, 2015
The birth of the podcast is discussed, an embarrassing tale is told in regards to this as well. In terms of gaming however we discuss Dying Light and Battlefield Hardline.

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Sunset Overdrive’s Multiplayer Experience – Chaos Squad

by Oscar Venturaon July 2, 2014
Wow, this looks extremely fun! We can’t wait for October in order to get the chaos started!
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First 60: Battle Block Theater

by Oscar Venturaon June 19, 2014
After seeing Battle Block Theater at PAX East 2011, I knew it was love at first sight. Then again during PAX East 2012, and finally at home April 3, 2013, when the game released on Xbox 360. No surprise coming from The Behemoth, the studio behind Castle Crashers.