Our Weekend In Gaming: Marvelous

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Our Weekend In Gaming: Marvelous

Based on some early intel, it looks like the Co-Opticrew will be dusting off their capes and spandex for the weekend.  It's been a while since we've felt powerful enough to stop... well, anything that's happening in the world right now, so maybe some time pretending we have superpowers will help.  On the other hand, there's a surprising amount of pirate-themed action going on over the next few days as well, so maybe we're just looking for a way to feel pure, unbridled freedom.  Might there be some social commentary buried deep within our choices?  Probably, but that seems a little above my pay grade.We'll also be conducting surreal murder investigations, traversing dangerous caverns, and enjoying classic 3D platformers.  Check it out!Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "It's double gold and reward weekend in Sea of Thieves...so it's all about that booty."

Devil May Cry 5

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Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game - Complete Edition Out This Holiday Season

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Given the isolated state the world has found itself in, there's been a lot of time to ponder things in 2020.  Should you go back to college and get that degree you've always wanted?  How many loaves of bread can one household eat in two weeks?  And, most importantly, could you beat up all of your partner's exes?While the answers to many of those questions are still up in the air, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game - Complete Edition aims to answer at least one of them when it arrives Holiday 2020.  While the original version, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game hasn't seen the light of day since its 2010 release, Ubisoft decided it would celebrate the game's 10th anniversary in style by announcing a full remaster.  Inside, fans will find revamped graphics and both of the game's character DLC packs, containing Knives Chau and Wallace Wells.  If you're unfamiliar with the cult classic beat-em-up title, the announcement trailer found below is a pretty good indicator of what's in store.

Torchlight III Will Light Up Nintendo Switch

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Torchlight III Will Light Up Nintendo Switch

The most recent installment of the Torchlight series, Torchlight 3, has been on Steam Early Access since June of 2020. Now, with the seasons changing around us and the game undergoing continued pre-release fixes and changes, developer Echtra Games has announced the title will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, in addition to the other platforms previously revealed. If you’re unfamiliar with the Torchlight series, it is an actio- RPG with roots in the Diablo franchise; in fact, one of the founders of Echtra Games is Max Schaefer, who was one of the creators of the original Diablo title and its sequel. While the console port of Diablo III expanded the co-op to include couch play, Torchlight III instead will support online co-op only. This wasn’t a hindrance with the last title, however times change and we can’t help but wonder if perhaps the console versions, at least, would benefit with the addition of couch co-op. Regardless of which edition you want to play, there’s still no firm release date for the game, but it should be coming to PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch sometime this Fall.Does the news of more Torchlight help you get into the fall-iday spirit, or are you more excited about raking piles of leaves than raking in piles of loot? Let us know in the comments below!

Torchlight III Lights Up Nintendo Switch

about X hours ago from
Torchlight III Lights Up Nintendo Switch

The most recent installment of the Torchlight series, Torchlight 3, has been on Steam Early Access since June of 2020. Now, with the seasons changing around us and the game undergoing continued pre-release fixes and changes, developer Echtra Games has announced the title will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, in addition to the other platforms previously revealed. If you’re unfamiliar with the Torchlight series, it is an action RPG with roots in the Diablo franchise; in fact, one of the founders of Echtra Games is Max Schaefer, who was one of the creators of the original Diablo title and its sequel. While the console port of Diablo III expanded the co-op to include couch play, Torchlight III instead will support online co-op only. This wasn’t a hindrance with the last title, however times change and we can’t help but wonder if perhaps the console versions, at least, would benefit with the addition of couch co-op. Regardless of which edition you want to play, there’s still no firm release date for the game, but it should be coming to PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch sometime this Fall.Does the news of more Torchlight help you get into the fall-iday spirit, or are you more excited about raking piles of leaves than raking in piles of loot? Let us know in the comments below!