Moon Diver: Strider Plus Co-op

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  1. Prowl

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    Ching, ching, ching.
    This looks HAWT!

    They've already announced the sequel, Uranus Diver.
     
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    Lol. It was then since changed to Urectum Diver.
     
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    Wow, I wish I had a way to play that game. I love me some Strider!
     
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    I'm probably going to pick it up if the demo is any good. I fucking love Strider. Even the easy-as-sin sequel.
     
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    Did anyone get this?

    It's supposed to be out on XBL in early May.
     
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    Yup, been playing the hell outta it. It gets a little tougher in the later levels, but the game lets you replay levels and save your updated characters.
     
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    Good. I was afraid the lack of discussion on it meant that it wasn't any good -kinda like this.
     
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    Yeah, didn't buy Two Worlds, and with Skyrim coming, probably never well. This is probably a case of 500 high profiled games coming out at the same time as Moon Diver, and no fanfare whatsoever for it. But I've been enjoying it. Played it co-op online and offline and it works well. The backgrounds are kinda dull, and you get these little moments where it's a kill-everything before you move on, that are a bit repetative, but it play like strider, and it's fun co-op, and once you get used to their moves, you pull off some cool kills. I agree with the 7/10 reviews out there. It's a good game, and if you love Strider, it definitely feels familiar.

    I would definitely say wait for a sale. I got it cheap being on Plus, but I don't think it's worth 15 bucks like Torchlight is for example. But it is still pretty badass. And I do like that you can level your characters, vs having to start over every time.

    edit: I would get Two Worlds actually. But like for 5 bucks on Amazon.
     
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    I find myself strangely torn on Torchlght.
    I definitely think it’s worth $15, but I only paid $5 for it on Steam, so I think I shouldn’t have to pay $15.
    I’ll grab it the first time I see it on sale for sure.
     
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    Yeah I haven't bought Torchlight either. I can play it on my PC, but I like the fact that I could play it on the couch too.
     

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