Co-Op Monthly Round-Up for February, 2021

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February was a busy month. More than 50 co-op offerings across all platforms and many genres were released making it hard to choose which ones to buy and enjoy with our friends. No, "all of them" is sadly not an option both in terms of available money and time.Meanwhile our Database Manager seems to have a... different idea of fun. Continuing his quest to not only keep you up to date with upcoming releases but also plucking as many holes as possible in our already huge database (coming up on 8.000 entries!), February saw him adding another 340 titles both from this as well as the last century. With a seemingly neverending backlog (were does he keep digging up all those games?!), we don't see him stopping any time soon. So take a look below at what gems you might have missed.

Legend of Mana Remaster Coming this Summer

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Square-Enix have announced a remastered version of the PlayStation 1 classic RPG Legend of Mana is coming to PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch this summer. While the game was available on the PS3 in it's original form, the remaster is bringing several updates and quality of life improvements to the game.Legend of Mana will feature remastered graphics and game mechanics not seen in previous Mana titles such as the “Land Creation System", the ability to turn off enemy encounters and the never-before released mini-game "Ring Ring Land". The game will continue to support couch co-op play, with the second player taking control of whatever NPC currently in the active quest. 

Anthem NEXT is Not Happening

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Anthem NEXT is Not Happening

It has been sometime since we've talked about Anthem, Bioware's ambitious open world shlooter that was set to take on the likes of Destiny 2. Immediately out of the game everyone was disappointed in the state of the game and the quality of its content when it was released in February of 2019. Over the next two years the team continued to support the game with smaller patches, eventually hitting a point where they envisioned a more formal restructuring of the game which they called Anthem NEXT. Since Anthem’s launch, the team has been working hard to continually improve the game, releasing multiple updates that brought with them a variety of improvements and introduced new content to play. Towards the end of 2019 we expanded on that effort and started working on a more fundamental restructure of the game.

Tank Squad

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We've added Tank Squad for the PC to our database of Co-Op games!