If you didn’t know already, recently released for Kameo on the Xbox 360, is the co-operative patch that allows you to hook up with someone on Xbox Live to go through some of the levels together. I haven’t played Kameo in a fair while, but after playing co-operative with a friend (thanks Hannah), I am absolutely loving it all over again!

Renowned game developer Rare Ltd. introduces “Kameo: Elements of Power,” a mystical action-adventure game available exclusively on Xbox 360, where the ability to morph into unique and incredible warriors allows Kameo to search out and battle ever-present evil.


Boasting impeccable next-generation graphics and innovative gameplay, “Kameo” shines as a giant leap in game development. Continuing its legacy of creating dynamic puzzles, immersive combat and enormous environments, Rare fuses multiple genres to create a strikingly fun gaming experience destined for widespread appeal.

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4 thoughts on “Kameo Co-op Patch Excellent!

  • Kameo kinda passed me in the phase of launch titles, now with co-op I might borrow it off my dad and give it a go

  • I still think this is the best single player game on Xbox 360 so far!! Well worth a go, just remember, get past the first level before making a judgement.

  • Yet to try out the co-op side of the game, hope to soon. Do you get to explore the levels, or do you just play through the ‘dungeon’ parts upto the end of level bosses?

  • You don’t get to explore alas, however all the action through-out of killing trolls and the bosses remain. However it is a shame you can not explore together.

    The co-op therefore is rather short! but still great fun with a friend.


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