Pucker up co-op candy lovers. We've got a brand new contest for you today for the recently released game, World Gone Sour. Word on the street is the two player co-op game is pretty solid, maybe even a little gooey - we won't know for sure till Friday when our review goes live - but that doesn't mean we can't share some candy with you today!
There are many cultural differences between America and the UK. You say tomato, I speak properly, but there is no need to call the whole thing off. In fact, as a Brit I am willing to embrace any obscure US based phenomenon if it means more co-op gaming. This is the case with World Gone Sour an upcoming local 2 player co-op based on the Sour Patch Kids IP I have never heard of. The game is coming to PSN on the 10th April ($4.99) and XBLA on the 11th (400MSPs). Check out the new story trailer and screens.
Some of our readers may be too young to remember this, but once upon a time Capcom made bunches of licensed NES platformers: Duck Tales, Little Nemo, Yo Noid, etc. And they were all really good! A short while later, somebody figured out that licensed games sold the same regardless of quality, sadly leading to modern shovelware like Thor and Captain America from Sega. Now let’s turn that frown upside down, because Capcom has actually released a very cool licensed game for PC this week: World Gone Sour… A Sour Patch Kids game. It’s a blast from the past!
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