[E3 2018] - The Press Conference Schedule

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[E3 2018] - The Press Conference Schedule

E3 2018 kicks off this Saturday...yes Saturday, with the normal lead up press conferences. Electronic Arts is first out of the gate and we'll be hosting the streams right here on our website. Below is the entire press conference schedule with convinient links to watch on your favorite streaming service. The staff will likely be chatting it up in our Discord if you'd like to talk about all the co-op reveals!EA Play — 11 am Pacific / 2 pm Eastern (Twitch or YouTube)We expect to hear more from EA on Bioware's upcoming Anthem, but the rest of the co-op reveals will likely be a surprise.

State of Decay 2 Stream Recap

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This week during our regular "Let's Play Co-Op" Monday night stream, Nick and Jason are an intrepid duo that must fight off zombies and build a community that cares in State of Decay 2. Also, Jason has some fun with car doors.I was a big fan of the original State of Decay when it dropped in the summer of 2013 and sunk a decent amount of time into it. It was a game that, at the time, definitely felt like it should have co-op. 5 years later, that idea has finally been realized in State of Decay 2.Much as with the first title, State of Decay 2's main gameplay loop is to try and survive in a world gone mad with zombies. You'll establish a base of operations, scavenge the surrounding area for a variety of supplies (medical, food, ammunition, building materials, and fuel) and bring them back to your base, build up your base to add more functionality (like a crafting workshop, an infirmary, etc), and see to the needs of your group of survivors. All of this while fighting off (occasionally, literal) hordes of zombies. It's a loop that can be pretty engaging and satisfying. Especially when playing with friends.

The Second Year of Destiny 2 Kicks Off With "Forsaken" Expansion

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Bungie held a livestream yesterday where they revealed what they have planned for "Year 2" of Destiny 2. After a rough first year, the development studio needed a "win" here to not only appease their base, but hopefully bring back players that dropped off. There are a number of changes and improvements in the works, most of which will arrive with the next big expansion: Forsaken.Before I go into too much depth with my own personal thoughts on what Bungie revealed/announced, here's a quick breakdown of what's coming when the Forsaken expansion hits on September 4:

Microsoft Kicks Off Its Big E3 Sale Tomorrow

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Microsoft Kicks Off Its Big E3 Sale Tomorrow

E3 2018 officially kicks off on Monday, but a lot of the big press conferences take place over the weekend. This includes Microsoft's conference on Sunday, June 10 at 4:00 PM EDT. In anticipation of whatever big news they've got, they're offering a lot of discounts on their hardware, software, and various services (like Gold, Game Pass, and Mixr) during their "Biggest Xbox Sale of the Year"... sale.

Aragami: Nightfall Is Available Now

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I don't think I realized it until now, but I've been spending too much time in the light recently.  I mean, sure, it's warm and comforting or whatever, but sometimes you just need to accept the cold embrace of darkness.  Luckily for me, Aragami has a new expansion out today, so I have a legitimate reason to dip into the shadows for a bit.The expansion, Aragami: Nightfall, is the first batch of new content Lince Works has added to the game since its original release in late 2016.  In it, players assume the role of one of two shadow assassins, Hyo or Shinobu, as they hunt down a mysterious alchemist in an attempt to bring back an old friend.  The four new story chapters serve as a prequel to the events of Aragami and will likely provide some extra context to the main game.Aragami: Nightfall allows two players to work through the story together in online co-op.  In order to help maximize the chances of finding a co-op partner, Lince Works has put the work in to make the online play cross-platform, so PC and PlayStation 4 players can link up if need be.

Aragami: Nightfall Is Available Now

about X hours ago from

I don't think I realized it until now, but I've been spending too much time in the light recently.  I mean, sure, it's warm and comforting or whatever, but sometimes you just need to accept the cold embrace of darkness.  Luckily for me, Aragami has a new expansion out today, so I have a legitimate reason to dip into the shadows for a bit.The expansion, Aragami: Nightfall, is the first batch of new content Lince Works has added to the game since its original release in late 2016.  In it, players assume the role of one of two shadow assassins, Hyo or Shinobu, as they hunt down a mysterious alchemist in an attempt to bring back an old friend.  The four new story chapters serve as a prequel to the events of Aragami and will likely provide some extra context to the main game.Aragami: Nightfall allows two players to work through the story together in online co-op.  In order to help maximize the chances of finding a co-op partner, Lince Works has put the work in to make the online play cross-platform, so PC and PlayStation 4 players can link up if need be.

SEGA Genesis Classics Screenshot Gallery

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SEGA Genesis Classics Screenshot Gallery

SEGA Genesis Classics, which has been out for a while on Steam, is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4! To celebrate the release of this hefty collection of 53 classic games, we’ve got a gallery with screenshots of all 17 co-op games!Want to know how the 2-player local and online co-op stacks up in these 17 games? Read our co-op review to find out!Sega Genesis Classics is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for $29.99. The Steam version, Sega Mega Drive and Genesis Classics, also sells for $29.99.

SEGA Genesis Classics Co-Op Review

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SEGA Genesis Classics Co-Op Review

SEGA Genesis Classics is the latest in a long line of 16-bit game compilations from Sega. That said, it’s the first such title for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and includes many features never before seen in a Sega console collection – including online co-op! With 50 games (17 co-op), this is a great value for classic gaming fans. But the online multiplayer is a real letdown.