Streets of Rage 4 Combo Co-Op Trick

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Combo Co-Op, if you didn't know, is the ability to mix a co-op game with both local and online players at the same time. It's one of the only features Streets of Rage 4 doesn't support out of the box. Thanks to Twitter user @SolKeizer26 though - we've found a workaround to at least get 3 players going in remote play on PS4.Combo coop, here’s a workaround. THIS METHOD ONLY WORKS WITH 1 ONLINE PLAYER. The couch coop host creates a party, invites online player, starts share play, select player and give controller to visitor (host must have ps plus), select play a game together. Done

Terraria Set To Receive Latest Major Update

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Terraria Set To Receive Latest Major Update

Few games have captured the creative and adventurous hearts of gamers like the crafting and combat heavy Terraria. The title has managed to keep its longevity over the years with a steady stream of updates ever since its initial PC release back in 2011. However, it appears the newest update, “Journey’s End,” will possibly be one of the final (development) chapters in the long running saga that is Terraria.

Our Weekend In Gaming: As The World Turns

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Our Weekend In Gaming: As The World Turns

Gears are turning around the world as folks create plans for re-emergence, but Co-Optimus HQ is still buckled down for the foreseeable future.  That's not the worst situation, though, as there are plenty of new games to sink our pale, sterile claws into.  Maybe when summer rolls around, we'll start looking wistfully out our windows again, but for now, things are golden.As you'll soon find out, the Co-Opticrew will be engaging in tactical alien battles (on two fronts!), building up bell equity, and begging people to stop PKing while we finish a quest.  Check it out!Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "Gears Tactics, XCOM Chimera Squad, and DOOM."

Streets of Rage 4 Co-Op Stream Recap

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Streets of Rage 4 is out today, the first true Streets game in 26 years. You can read our review of Streets of Rage 4 right here, needless to say, we've been thrilled. If you prefer more of the visual review though, we've got that below. Last night Mike and Nick jumped into the two player co-op online action taking the game for a spin in Arcade, Boss Rush and even Battle modes. Warning - this video contains a lot of us punching dudes in the face. Streets of Rage 4 is out now with 2 player couch co-op, 4 player online co-op, and plenty of sick beats. It's priced at $24.99 and available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

Argue About Couches With Your Friends In Moving Out

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There's very little moving going on in the world right now (much less shaking), but luckily, you can still spend a few hours each evening explaining to your friends how to rotate a dining table to your left.Moving Out, the latest game by SMG Studio (who you may recognize as the developers of Death Squared), places players in the roles of Furniture Arrangement and Relocation Technicians tasked with removing furniture from a variety of environments.  Naturally, things get... a little out of control as the game goes on.  While your initial jobs take place in customers' houses, you'll soon find yourself navigating moving airplanes, laboratories, and floating rock formations.As in real life, this task would be exceptionally difficult without the help of a few, unwitting friends.  Moving Out is designed primarily with co-op play in mind, forcing everyone to work together and extract furniture by carrying it, tossing it out a window, or throwing it over a river.  Again, just like real life.  The game was released yesterday, April 28th, so  feedback has yet to arrive en masse, but if everything works as portrayed, it could serve as a potential heir to the Overcooked!/Overcooked! 2 crown.

All-Terrain Driving Simulator, SnowRunner, Is Out Now

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As the world shelters in the relative comfort of their own homes, it's natural that some folks will yearn for the harsh, messy expanses of the great outdoors.  What more perfect time could there be, then, for a new game about exactly that?SnowRunner, the follow-up to the similarly messy Spintires and MudRunner, places you in a vast open world with the simple objective of getting from Point A to Point B.  Missions and contracts will vary the specifics of where you're going and why you're doing so, but the core loop remains the same:  traverse the environment, expand or customize your fleet of vehicles, and repeat.SnowRunner's co-op gameplay lets you spread the task of terrain-conquering among up to three friends.  What says companionship better than winching a buddy out of a particularly nasty bit of muck?  And don't worry, while story progress only advances for the host, other players will still get experience and cash to bring back to their own games.

Streets of Rage 4 Co-Op Review

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Streets of Rage 4 Co-Op Review

The synths kick in as the neon lights reflect off the city streets, slowly the drums add to the atmosphere. From off screen strolls a a gruff man with long blond hair and an ere of anger in his stride. Soon the screen is filled with a gang intent on being served justice...with your fists. It's a familiar scene for gamers who grew up in the 90s - an almost identical aesthetic to the SEGA Streets of Rage titles - but this time - it's on modern systems with slick hand drawn visuals, high definition graphics, and similar addictive music. This game is no mere remake though, Streets of Rage 4 is a brand new entry in the series that feels both fresh and pays homage to the originals.

Total War: Shogun 2 Is Free On Steam Until May 1st

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Total War: Shogun 2 Is Free On Steam Until May 1st

Sega's phenomenal co-op strategy game, Total War: Shogun 2, may not have been lost to time, but it's certainly fallen a bit by the wayside in light of Sega's more recent iterations on the Total War franchise.  Thanks to the current pandemic, though, it's been given one more shot at the limelight.As of right now, Shogun 2 is totally free to anyone who nabs it on Steam until May 1st, 2020.  In a statement, Sega explained: "The past few weeks have presented unimaginable challenges to many of us, but the remarkable collective effort being made by the global community to overcome this moment of adversity has been truly inspirational.  With this in mind, we want to continue to encourage you all to stay home and save lives by extending a gift to everyone to help make this difficult situation a little bit easier."  This offer also coincides with a substantial sale on many of the Total War games, including Shogun 2's DLC packs.For anyone with a lot of time to spare (which, as of right now, should be just about everyone), Shogun 2 offers a fantastic co-op experience in which two players command separate, unique clans as they try to unite feudal Japan under one banner.  Gameplay takes place on both a turn-based, countrywide layer and in real-time battles.  You can read more about the game in our glowing review.