We've added Wild Knights for the PC to our database of Co-Op games!
We've added PHOGS! for the PC to our database of Co-Op games!
Another weekend, another Weekend in Gaming article featuring your favorite co-op writers. We're a little light on cooperative gaming of the digital variety, but we're trying to make up for it with some good, old-fashioned board gaming. Seeing as how we're knee-deep in the Season of Endless Video Game Releases, our eyes could probably use a break from the dim glow of a monitor/television anyway.This time around, we'll be searching for loot among the stars, trying to survive on a mysterious new continent, and hanging out with wizards and halflings. Check it out!Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "Destiny 2 and Fortnite."
In the age of data-mining and social media, it rarely feels like games have much mystery left. The folks over at Team17 are trying to change that just slightly by teasing some new content coming to Overcooked 2.Luckily, we don't have to wait long, as whatever is being added to the game will be available on October 3rd. That's not too far from now, and for anyone reading this article on October 4th or later, it's already happened! Isn't it crazy how time works?Regardless, the teaser trailer can be found below:
The folks working on Jagged Alliance: Rage made a bold move yesterday. With the game originally due out today, September 27th, THQ Nordic announced a tactical retreat, moving the release day back to December 6th. The reasoning for this isn't explicitly stated in the press release, but I'd say it's safe to assume the game needed some last-minute tweaks and touch-ups. As interested as I am to see how this new take on Jagged Alliance turns out, I'll happily take a longer wait if it means the final product is a bit more polished. In the meantime, I suppose I could watch the new gameplay trailer on repeat:Jagged Alliance: Rage is a more streamlined take on the Jagged Alliance franchise's turn-based tactical gameplay. Based on the preview coverage, it tosses out some of the series' minutia in favor of focusing on the action itself. It also features online co-op for two players. If I'm being honest, I was sold as soon as I wrote "turn-based tactical gameplay" and "co-op" within one paragraph of each other.
Every couple years a game comes along which sets the bar for a genre. For precision platformers N did it in 2008, Super Meat Boy followed in 2010, and now, there is a new title to carry that torch. Flat Heroes combines a minimal design aesthetic with crisp gameplay, delivering a tight platforming experience that shouldn’t be missed.