by John Bardinelli

Monster Hunter Generations Co-Op Review

Flashy new features, same old Monster Hunter.

Technically speaking, Monster Hunter Generations isn't a proper full-on sequel. Think of it like a scenic detour, the kind you take when you want to drive by the world's largest ball of aluminum foil. Generations strips out a lot of story and circumstance from the main game in favor of adding tons of new weapons, quests, armor sets, and just about everything else. It pays homage to its roots while simultaneously pointing off to the side and saying "How about we go this way for a bit?"

 
by Jason Love 0
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I don't think anyone has ever thought "this needs more Jar Jar"

Get More Characters for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens with DLC

The first of many pieces of DLC dropped for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens dropped this week. You can expand your roster of playable characters in the game with heroes and villains featured in the Star Wars Prequel movies, and from the new LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures TV animated series. The character packs are $1.99...

by Enoch Starnes 0
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  • playstation 4
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A bright wizard is never late, nor is she early, she is ported precisely when she means to.

Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide Finally Hits Consoles Later This Year

Well, stuff me with flies and call me Nurgle.  They finally did it.  Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide has a release date for its console ports.  Now, I'm no game developer, and as such, have absolutely no clue how difficult it is to herd all those virtual Skaven to their new homes.  Far be it from me to call anyone out on the length between PC and console releases, but I've wanted so badly for my PlayStation 4 and Xbox One brethren to stab, crush, and poison their way through the apocalyptic Old World that my desire began to verge on actual, physical pain.

by Enoch Starnes 0
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  • pc
  • playstation 4
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Who's ready to lose a finger on the chopping block?

Overcooked Out Next Week

Ah, the joys of being a short order cook.  You fry, you chop, you serve, and all of it just for a glimpse of joy on your customers' faces when their Eggs Over My Hammy finally arrives.  Overcooked aims to condense that experience into a four player local co-op adventure in which you and three friends ascend from "The Barney Fife of Kitchens" to "Culinary Michael Jordan".

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I have largely avoided the Monster Hunter games as the thought of diving into a series that is known for its unique learning curve and (at times) outdated mechanics never appealed to me. That part of my brain that enjoys obsessive loot-gathering, though, has always been intrigued by this style of game. While it may suffer from problems of its own, ...

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