Co-op puzzle platformer fans, rejoice! The acclaimed (and gorgeous) Trine trilogy will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch this Spring in both physical and digital formats.Trine Enchanted Edition is already available on the Switch, of course, and Trine 2: Complete Story will be available in a digital format on February 18th. Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power will follow as well, presumably sometime between the 18th and the full bundle's release in Spring. If you don't mind waiting, all three can be had for $39.99, which is a pretty strong deal for that much co-op content.Speaking of, all three titles included in the bundle will offer a co-op campaign for up to three players in both online and local formats. Players will follow the tale of Zoya, Amadeus, and Pontius as they traverse through a chaotic, ruined fantasy world. Each entry features physics-based puzzle solving in a really impressive visual format. If you like co-op and/or platformers, it's pretty strongly recommended on our end.
We've added Box Boy and Box Girl for the Nintendo Switch to our database of Co-Op games!
We've added BoxBoy and BoxGirl for the Nintendo Switch to our database of Co-Op games!
Do you have a significant other and no current plans for Valentine's Day? Why not spend some time with the most relationship-building experience out there: co-op videogames?Degrees of Separation will allow you to do just that, as the two player co-op puzzler offers a fully story campaign for you to explore with a friend/acquaintance/lover. Said campaign follows two protagonists, Ember and Rime, as they explore a fantasy world and, naturally, solve puzzles using their respective abilities. Check out the launch trailer to see everything in action:In case you were curious, the story itself was written by Chris Avellone, of Fallout: New Vegas and KOTOR II fame. Each stage of the campaign explores the various stages/forms of a relationship, so it honestly sounds like the perfect way to grow a little closer with your co-op partner of choice.
You may recall a certain free-to-play FPS that came out 7 years ago (7 YEARS?!) called Blacklight: Retribution. I know, I know... in video game terms, we might as well be talking about the Sega CD. Anyways, developer Hardsuit Labs recently posted that they will be shutting down the servers for the PC version next month, after which you'll no longer be able to play the game. As often seems to be the trend these days with these sort of "games as a service" getting shut down, all premium items in the PC store will be free so you can just go nuts.The two big hooks to Blacklight are its "Hyper Reality Visor" that lets you see through walls at the expense of putting your gun away and being vulnerable for a bit, and the "hardsuits" you can call in to mow down foes with its chaingun. While much of the game's player-base was built around the competitive aspects, there was a co-op mode, called "Onslaught," that was added a few years ago. This mode falls into the "Horde mode" vein with up to four players online teaming up to survive 10 waves of foes while also completing non-combat objectives.
As snow and cold gusts blow across the U.S., it’s the perfect time to stay inside and get some MMO gaming in. This month for MMOCO we’ll be looking at TERA’s console plans for 2019, a release of Guild Wars’ “Complete Collection” pack, and a currently ongoing event in Elder Scrolls Online. TERA Previews 2019&rs...Read More
We've added Romans: Age of Caesar for the PC to our database of Co-Op games!
We've added RoboBunnies in Space! for the PC to our database of Co-Op games!
Hello, and welcome to the Co-Opticrew's humble abode, where sequels and only sequels are on the menu. We've got a few spinoffs in play as well, but for this weekend, most staff members know what they like and simply want more of it.We'll be playing sequels to sci-fi strategy games, sci-fi loot shooters, and japanese heist simulators. Check it out!Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "Destiny 2 on PC and Wargroove on the Switch."