Monaco and DOOM 3 BFG Edition are now backwards compatible on Xbox One, the company announced today. The list seems to grow every few days, and if Microsoft can keep pace, it’ll be an impressive library by the end of 2016.
Of all the terms one could use to describe a video game soundtrack—exhilarating, emotional, sad, uplifting, lonesome, boisterous—the word "sloppy" almost never comes up. Seriously, pause for a minute and name a video game with a sloppy soundtrack. Unless you're talking about a poorly-played Rock Band track or a bar…
Playing online games often exposes one to the worst of humanity. Within this den of scum and villainy you’ll find twelve year olds who act like four year olds, dudes that would be the worst drinking buddies, and silent, useless teammates that clearly have no f***ing idea how to play this damn game. Of course, when…
The very good solo/co-op heist game Monaco will be available for download to the Xbox 360 on Friday, May 10. It's already out on PC. $15. Highly, highly recommended.
The co-op heist game Monaco appears to be missing whatever qualities an online video game must possess in order to turn the strangers who play it into jerks. I'm worried about telling you this, because I'm worried that I'm wrong and that Monaco is as prone to being ruined by the burrs of humanity. I'm worried that…
The plan is simple. Get in, grab all the money, get out. Everyone has a role in this heist, and if we do our jobs correctly, nobody sees us and nobody needs to get hurt, see?
Monaco, the top-down perspective, co-op heist game that's gotten raves on the PC, was held back from Xbox Live at the last minute because of a "minor but important bug" causing multiplayer disconnects. No release date is promised, but the game's creator says he hopes to submit another fix this week.
Monaco is out now. It's a co-op heist game. It's great ...so far! I'm halfway through it. You should get it now on PC (or later on Xbox Live Arcade.) Not sure? Then watch this video.
Are you planning to steal the wonderful new co-op heist game Monaco? Please consider the above message. It appears in the $15 game's credits. (UPDATE: Though it's not actually directed at pirates!)
The award-winning indie co-op heist game Monaco won't be coming out tomorrow on Xbox Live Arcade after all. It's been delayed "a little," its creators say, to fix some unspecified problem. They've already submitted a fix. In happier news, it'll still be out for PC on Steam tomorrow, and we'll have video of me playing…
The soundtrack for the upcoming co-operative heist game Monaco: What's Yours is Mine is a rowdy, somewhat tongue-in-cheek collection of piano bangers from Journey composer Austin Wintory. But those tunes really only tell half the story.
Here's the official trailer for Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine, Pocketwatch Games' 2D class-based co-op multiplayer game, which is centered around assembling a team of crooks to carry out the perfect heist. Monaco is coming out on April 24 for the Xbox 360 and PC.
Monaco is the top-down multiplayer co-op heist game we rave about here from time to time. Finally, it seems like we're close to knowing when it will come out. What we at least know today, thanks to the game's creator Andy Schatz, is that it will be coming to Xbox Live Arcade, through publisher Majesco, on the same…
Later this week, the indie game Fez will be released, and so we'll need to give some new game to title of Coolest-Looking-Indie-We-Can't-All-Play-Yet. Which game deserves it? Spy Party? The Witness?
With so few great heist video games out there, the wait for Monaco has seemed especially long.
Ah, Monaco. A charming Principality, famous for its azure harbors, Grace Kelly and...car rallies. Lots and lots of car rallies. The folks over at Codemasters would like to invite you to this car-racing paradise in their newest gameplay trailer for Dirt 3, giving a glimpse of the title's Rallycross, Gymkhana and Head…
We recently reported that Independent Games Festival grand-prize-winning heist game Monaco was given a graphical makeover. Now you can see it in action, with game developer Andy Schatz providing play-by-play.
Andy and Chris are going to Seattle this weekend. They are going to the Penny Arcade Expo where they will share a booth and let the public, for the first time, try their games. Things are looking good.. for Andy.
Andy Schatz won the top award at the Independent Games Festival for Monaco, a wonderful four-player heist game. Backstage after the win, Kotaku learned Monaco's future, why Schatz might kick someone in the nuts, and ... I got Pokemon tips.