Puzzle Platformer Organic Panic Arrives this March on Consoles

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And now for something completely different. Organic fruits and veggies are finally sticking it to all those meats and cheeses in Organic Panic, a puzzle platformer put out by Last Limb LLC. The main focus of the game appears to be destroying the environment in creative ways in order to defeat foes and collect glowing orbs.While the game's campaign is single-player only, there's a separate game mode that allows up to four local players to team up and solve the environmental puzzles. Players can choose from four different fruits/veggies - Kiwi, Cherry, Coconut, and Carrot - that have their own unique abilities and put those skills to use across the title's 200 levels.Organic Panic is currently available on PC via Steam Early Access, with an expected release date sometime this spring, but the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version of the game will arrive this March.

Black Ops 3 Zombie DLC Arrives with Awakening: Der Eisendrache

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The zombie-themed hits in Call of Duty games keep coming with the latest bit of DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. Dubbed "Der Eisendrache," this new adventure comes as part of the Awakening DLC, which also includes four new multiplayer maps: Skyjacked, Rise, Splash, and Gauntlet."Der Eisendrache" picks up where "The Giant" - the last bit of zombie DLC for the game that is only available to you if you picked up the season pass bundle (or the collector's edition) - left off. Heroes Richtofen, Nikolai, Takeo, and Dempsey head off to a new Nazi research facility and find (surprise, surprise) more zombies to kill! There are a couple of interesting looking guns shown off in the trailer (along with an exploding monkey), and an enemy that is very reminiscent of the Big Daddy from BioShock.That's great and all, but if you're looking for a little more Stormare in your life, Activision has you covered.

New Character Highlights for Battleborn's Ghalt and Deande

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The two most recently announced characters for Battleborn, Deande and Ghalt, are giving us a sneak peak at their abilities in a couple of new character highlights. Deande exudes elegance with her high-speed, close range fan attacks. It looks as though she has a ranged weapon she stashes in here hair and can use as a katar. Her moveset includes a ranged attack as well as an area attack.If you prefer running into battle dual-wielding shotguns, Ghalt is your character. In addition to the shotguns, Ghalt can lay shrapnel mines. Judging from the video, these mines can have different elemental properties to do major damage to opponents. Enemies further out can be pulled toward your mine with a quick chain grapple.

LEGO Marvel's Avengers Launches with a Trailer

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January should be a quiet month for gamers as we catch up on our holiday backlog, but it is nearly February and it is about time we had some fresh co-op action.  Well head down to the shop right now and you can pick up the two player co-op LEGO Marvel's Avengers.  To celebrate, there is a new trailer.Marvel's Avengers continues the trend of solid two player local co-op games in the LEGO series and this outing combines the open world element of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes with story lines taken from six separate Marvel films including both Avengers, Captain America and a single Thor:• Experience the Blockbuster Action from the Avengers Films - Relive the most amazing moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including the famed Battle of New York between the Avengers and Super Villain Loki as seen in Marvel's The Avengers, experience the epic action from Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron with The Avengers, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Vision and Ultron, journey through familiar Marvel cinematic locations and more, all with a splash of classic LEGO humor!

Details of Homefront: The Revolution's Co-Op Mode Revealed

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Homefront: The Revolution is a little under four months away from seeing release and new information is going around regarding its co-op mode, titled "Resistance Mode." Where it was once thought that the main campaign would be playable with friends, it appears that much of that has been split off into its own thing.The Resistance Mode will allow up to four players to form a resistance cell in Philadelphia and engage in guerilla warfare against the entrenched Korean People's Army. Each player will be able to customize their fighter, unlock skills, choose their loadout, and earn new upgrades as they play through the mode's 12 missions.PC Gamer posted some initial impressions of the co-op mode after playing it for a few hours at a special event and likened it to games like Left 4 Dead and Payday.

Get Your Loot On With Pixel Privateers

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This next title is a little different from the others we've seen over the past few days. From the developers of Terraria and Pixel Piracy comes Pixel Privateers, a tactical squad based RPG "loot 'em up."The setup here is that you and your squad of mercenaries (which can be controlled by up to three of your friends) are sent through a wormhole to gather new tech for your employer. As is the nature of these sorts of ventures, you get trapped on the other side and left on your own to explore the new galaxy and survive.While there's no official release date just yet, the Steam store page has a "Q1 2016" date, meaning we should expect to see this title go live sometime in the next couple months.

Twin-Stick Shooter NeuroVoider Coming to PS4

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It's time to crash a robot doomsday party with Flying Oak Games' new rogue-lite NeuroVoider. Play as one of four human brains left after the robots have annihilated humanity, and have up to three friends join you for cooperative carnage. It might be nice to have the emotional support after repeated death due to environmental hazards, massive bosses, and unrelenting hordes of evil robots.The game boasts 8736 unique enemies in a procedurally generated environment, giving you plenty of robots to dismantle and loot. Destroying robots allows you to collect parts for the upgrading of your brain vehicle™. You will also have access to a huge selection of weapon upgrades in order to customize your brain's psuedo-body and unleash hell onto your new robot overlords.We don't have a solid release date yet for this title, but keep an eye out NeuroVoider on PS4 sometime in 2016.