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Wackiness makes its way to the living room.

Mods Coming To The Console Versions Of Farming Simulator 17

We're still a couple weeks away from what I assume is the highlight of every virtual farmhand's year (the release of a brand new Farming Simulator), and developer Giants Software is already delivering good news.  When Farming Simulator 17 hits PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on October 25th, all three versions will have access to player-created mods.

by Jason Love 0
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A promising start

Divinity: Original Sin 2 Early Access Co-Op Impressions

In Divinity: Original Sin, players embarked upon a grand journey with a friend, shaping their in-game avatars’ personalities and traits through their actions and dialogue choices. Larian Studios seems to have grander ambitions with Divinity: Original Sin 2, but that ambition can be a double-edged sword as it’s currently unclear whether they’ve improved upon the original game’s formula.

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Cooperation makes the game.

Axe, Bow & Staff Co-Op Review

Axe, Bow & Staff has a straightforward name for a straightforward arcade RPG. Three characters, three weapons, three paths to take. Hit stuff to stay alive and collect coins to buy new stuff. It couldn't get any more core than that. But best of all, Axe, Bow & Staff is the kind of game that comes to life once you get a good co-op party ...

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Blends twin-stick shooting with survival and RPG mechanics

New Top-Down Shooter Infinite Desolation Greenlit on Steam

Far-flung Games' first title, Infinite Desolation, got the Greenlight last week and thus is making its way towards a full release on Steam sometime in 2017. This twin-stick shooter promises "deep character progression, exploration and looting, crafting, day-night cycles, environmental hazards, classic survival mechanics and world-jumping portals."

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Check out our spooooooooky weekend plans.

Our Weekend In Gaming: The Most Spectral Time Of The Year

October is well and truly upon us!  "But Enoch," I can hear you saying, "technically, October was upon us last weekend."  I hear those voices of dissent, and to them I say: shut up.  We play by my rules around these parts, and I have the final say on when things are or aren't upon us.  Plus, I had other things to talk about last weekend.  Specifically, car things.  More specifically, car things down under.

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No longer can you and a buddy high-five while punching samurai.

For Honor Removes Split-Screen Support

Co-Op gaming's been in a weird place lately.  On the one hand, you've got the indie scene, in which local co-op dungeon crawler/twin-stick shooter/roguelike/beat-em-up games are coming in at an almost comically fast rate.  On the other, you've got AAA developers slowly, but surely, moving away from any form of local co-op.  Unfortunately, Ubisoft's For Honor is the latest victim of said movement.

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