We've added PROTOCORE for the PC to our database of Co-Op games!
We've added PROTOCORE for the PC to our database of Co-Op games!
A few weeks ago, we hopped into the "Commander Lilith and the Fight for Sanctuary" DLC that was released for Borderlands 2. The DLC acts as a bridge between the end of Borderlands 2 and the forthcoming Borderlands 3. As we played, we noted that while the looting and shooting is still pretty fun, the game definitely feels like a title released seven years ago and hoped there would be some quality-of-life changes for the next entry in the series. Good news, minion! Sounds like there will be.In addition to the general gameplay improvements Gearbox has made (such as sliding/mantling, better gunplay, and "combat arenas), the team has also focused on some key cooperative improvements. Alongside enemies and loot scaling to each player's level so you can play with buddies regardless of how high/low their level may be, Borderlands 3 will also include the following co-op friendly features:Those are all some nice additions/improvements to the game and a good way to ensure you can still play with friends even if they're not actively playing at the moment.
NVidia has sent over their list of GeForce themed deals on Amazon for the annual "Prime Day" sale. This year there's a ton of great offers if you're in the market for a new gaming laptop or card - with savings over $500 on certain items. This is a limited time sale and you must be an Amazon Prime member to get the special pricing.Remember signing up for Prime gets you special access to Twitch as well as free shipping on millions of products. Try Twitch Prime and get yourself a Laptop deal below.GeForce Laptop Deals
The Co-Opticrew has fought back! My recent admonishment of their predictability did not go unnoticed, and y'all... I am paying for it. Never mind the French jabs or the annoying weekend plans, it's the little things I can't get over. It's the staring, the water cooler whispering, the "accidental" tossing of my packed lunches into the trash. I can't take it anymore! Play as many space-looters as you want, you dang philistines. Just leave me out of it.Those of us who have remained civilized throughout this whole affair have other plans, ranging from level creation to force manipulation. Check it out!Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "D&D Tonight, Destiny 2 this weekend."
Riverbond, the Minecraft-esque voxel aesthetic and 4-player co-op title that features top-down combat and exploration in the vein of Diablo, was released back on June 9th; right before the video game holiday week known as E3. In case you missed the fun, charming trailer that features a watermelon warrior, you can watch it below before snagging Riverbond on PS4, Xbox One and PC now.While you can check out the launch trailer below for gameplay, the official site for Riverbond boasts; “Action-adventure, Hack-and-slash dungeon crawler, Single player or 1-4 players Couch co-op (drop-in/out), Hand-crafted levels with 8 unique Worlds, Destructible voxel environments, Awesome real-time physics, Over 50 melee weapons and guns, Unlock new playable skins [and] Adorable enemies and Deadly Bosses!” which gives players a lot to look forward to. However, I will absolutely be playing that Watermelon warrior instead of checking out any other skins, thanks.Will you be leaping into the explosive, voxel world of Riverbond or is your love of fiendish fruit hindered by the summer heat? Let us know in the comments below!
First teased during a Nintendo Direct a few months ago, Stranger Things 3: The Game has received an official launch trailer to accompany the release of the game and the third season of the show. While the show is a Netflix exclusive, the game can be found on the Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.Stranger Things season 3 was released July 4th on Netflix as a complete season, meaning that if you have found yourself (like me) sitting quietly on the couch at the tail-end of a waffle-powered binge, this game may be just what you need in order to help you along on the road to post-binge recovery. Have you had your fill of video games based on television shows, or is this exactly what you needed to get you through your post-season blues? Let us know in the comments below!
When Earth Defense Force 5 launched on PlayStation 4 last year, PC gamers immediately began to ask when the game would be coming to Steam. The previous two EDF games, Earth Defense Force 4.1 and Wing Diver the Shooter, both arrived on PC after first launching on Sony’s console, after all. Now those PC prayers have been answered, because EDF 5 is finally available on Steam.Earth Defense Force 5 is a reboot of the series that depicts humanity’s struggle against the first alien invasion of Earth. The invading army still consists of gigantic ants, spiders, and other insects, but those drones are now commanded by giant frog-men and other humanoid aliens. These aggressors show visible damage when attacked and can even be blown apart limb by limb, one of EDF 5’s many new features.Players will select from the standard four EDF classes: Ranger, Wing Diver, Air Raider, and Fencer. All have received tweaks and upgrades that make them more effective and fun to play. The weapons and loot systems have been upgraded as well, making the farming and grinding of this installment’s 100 missions and five difficulty levels more rewarding than ever. Naturally, EDF 5 supports 4-player online co-op and 2-player offline split-screen multiplayer – always a welcome feature in PC games. See our PlayStation 4 Co-Op Review for more details.
We've added Outbreak: Epidemic for the PC to our database of Co-Op games!
This past weekend, Digital Extremes held their 4th annual TennoCon for Warframe and its fan. As usual, the Candian developer had plenty of news to share about their free-to-play action game, including what's next for the title.The full recap of things can be found over on the official website, but here's a quick summary.So, yeah. There's a lot going on in Warframe these days and it's all looking pretty good! That new ship combat stuff, in particular, is really impressive. Maybe we'll be checking this out again during one of our weekly "Let's Play Co-Op" Monday night streams.
Game Informer's Jeff Cork recently sat down with Daisuke Ichihara and Ryozo Tsujimoto - the director and producer (respectively) for the forthcoming Monster Hunter: World expansion, "Iceborne" - for a "Rapid-Fire Questions" interview and got a few details about what to expect. The bad news? This will be the only expansion to Monster Hunter: World. The worst news? You still can't skip cutscenes and you still have to wait for your buddy to watch one before you can join their hunt...Not all the news is bad, though. Daisuke and Ryozo confirmed that there will be additional content for the game after Iceborne's release, similar to how the development team has continued to support World for the past year and a half. While the PC version of the expansion won't be arriving at the same time as the console version (September 6), Daisuke and Ryozo said that they are working to have it out as soon as possible.The full interview is below, but if you just want to hear the responses to some of the key talking points mentioned previously, you can jump to 0:40 mark (cutscenes question), 8:00 mark (Iceborne is only expansion), and 8:11 mark (post-launch content for Iceborne).