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Celebrate Valentine's Day With Fire Emblem Warriors DLC

Donnel, will you be my valentine?

While most folks think of hearts, cards, and chalky candy when they think of February 14, Nintendo and Koei Tecmo think of DLC for Fire Emblem Warriors. The second bit of content drops today for the Dynasty Warriors take on the traditionally RTS series and adds some new weapons, costumes, and skills for a variety of characters, as well as new maps for the game's History Mode.

 
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Available as a free-to-play title with real money purchases for card packs

Fable Fortune Leaves Early Access Today

Flaming Fowl Studios' Fable-themed CCG, Fable Fortune, officially leaves Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview today. This means that it is now a full free-to-play title that anyone can pick up and play without having to buy any kind of "starter pack." While you can purchase card packs using your real world currency of choice, those packs can also be acquired using in-game currency earned by playing.

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New mini-campaign and a free Survival mode

New Content On The Way For X-Morph: Defense

EXOR Studios' twin-stick shooter/tower defense hybrid, X-Morph: Defense, will be getting some new content, both paid and free, next month. The "European Assault" DLC will arrive on March 26 for the PC version (then PS4 and Xbox One shortly thereafter) and will add a new mini-campaign that takes players through Finland, Holland, and France. Alongside that paid content, there will be a free update on all platforms that adds a new Survival mode.

by Jason Love 0
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Fewer supported players online, but all DLC is included

Burnout Paradise Remastered Announced, Coming Soon

EA announced today that it will be bringing Burnout Paradise Remastered to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next month on March 16. The "smash" hit of 2008 will be getting a graphical overhaul to display at 1080p on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will run in 4k at 60 FPS on the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X. It will also include all DLC that was released for the game during its initial run, so you'll be able to tear up the streets in your "Back to the Future" Delorian.

by Jason Love 0
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The Dark Souls of anime

Bandai Namco's CODE VEIN Gets Online Co-Op Functionality

Sure, Bandai Nacmo is bringing a remastered version of Dark Souls to consoles and PC this Spring, but that doesn't mean they can't also bring their own take on it to those platforms. The developer announced earlier this week that CODE VEIN, an action RPG that's designed by the same team that worked on the GOD EATER series, will support online co-op for two people when it launches sometime this year.

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The PS4 Zombie VR Title Coming In the Flesssshhhh

Arizona Sunshine Set For Physical Release in Europe

The PlayStation VR Co-Op zombie-killing title, Arizona Sunshine, will get a physical release (Europe only) on March 21st, 2018. The game has been out only digitally since 2016, but with this new format, more people can jump into this extremely violent to zombies - yet very Co-Op friendly - title. Unfortunately, at the time of writing no price is currently known.

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More than your usual tower defense title

Aegis Defenders Stream Recap

Last week, GUTS Entertainment's stylish action/tower defense title, Aegis Defenders, dropped on PlayStation 4, PC, and the Nintendo Switch. We spent a little time showing it off this past Monday evening during our regular Monday night "Let's Play Co-Op" streams, and I can safely say, this is one of the most interesting and visually captivating local co-op titles I've played this year.

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Donnel, will you be my valentine?

Celebrate Valentine's Day With Fire Emblem Warriors DLC

While most folks think of hearts, cards, and chalky candy when they think of February 14, Nintendo and Koei Tecmo think of DLC for Fire Emblem Warriors. The second bit of content drops today for the Dynasty Warriors take on the traditionally RTS series and adds some new weapons, costumes, and skills for a variety of characters, as well as new maps for the game's History Mode.

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Custom characters, campaign co-op, and more!

Attack on Titan 2 Hands-On Impressions

Koei Tecmo’s first Attack on Titan game was a surprisingly good adaptation of the popular anime. The co-op Scout mode wasn’t too fancy, but it did give players lots of missions to take on with online friends. Attack on Titan 2 is set to raise the bar a bit further when it arrives on consoles this March. We got our hands on the big-screen and Switch versions of the game at a recent preview event, checking out the character creation feature, new multiplayer mode, and more.

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Monster Hunter is finally ready for the masses

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The Monster Hunter series has always eluded me. The density of its systems, the endless grinding, and the esoteric style have all contributed to me bouncing off every title Capcom has released to this point. Then comes Monster Hunter: World. I have been enamoured with the game and simply cannot stop playing. I don’t know exactly what it is th...