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The Only “Survival’ Where You’re On Offense

X-Morph: Defense Survival Mode DLC Will Receive Additions

X-Morph: Defense has been out since August of 2017 but that hasn’t stopped the steady flow of DLC and additions that developer EXOR Studios has brought to the party. In the latest update, the free survival DLC is getting enhanced with 10 new maps and randomized gameplay. This update is set for release across all platforms, so whether you are on PC, PS4 or Xbox One you will be able to continue taking over new maps across the earth.

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Always up for improved graphics

Recent Patch for Solstice Chronicles: Missing in Action Brings Big Changes

Fans of the site may recall the handful of times we've dipped into a couple of Ironward's Solstice Chronicles titles; notably The Red Solstice and Solstice Chronicles: Missing in Action. The former is an action/RTS title that allows up to eight players to team up and fight off a horde of monsters, while the latter is more action-oriented top-down shooter with two player couch co-op. It also recently received a big update that fixes a number of issues and makes some pretty big changes.

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Bring along a friend on this wild and deadly road trip

Death Road to Canada Co-Op Review

With the United States infested by endless hordes of zombies, the only hope for survival is escaping to the cold and zombie-free climes of Canada. Welcome to Death Road to Canada, a very unusual game that sends players on a randomly-generated road trip to Canada. Death Road, which has just arrived on consoles after first launching on PC, supports 2...

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All these years later, Frozone still can't find his Super Suit

LEGO: The Incredibles Trailer Flaunts Family's Powers

It's a shame that its taken the world's most imaginative toy this long to collaborate with Pixar's most imaginative film. Perhaps not enough to warrant its own chapter in the Big Book of Video Game Crimes, but it might be in the appendices. Thankfully, LEGO: The Incredibles has a new trailer to whet the appetite of superpowered families everywhere.

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One is brand new, and the other is quite old.

Next Month's Games With Gold Features Two Co-Op Titles

Xbox's Game with Gold program has provided a pretty solid value to all kinds of gamers for quite some time now.  This month will be extra special for us cooperatively minded folks, though, as its lineup includes two co-op titles:  Super Mega Baseball 2 and Sega Vintage Collection: Streets of Rage (also known as Streets of Rage).

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Co-op shmuping is the best shmuping

Steredenn: Binary Stars Update Brings Local Co-Op Shooting to Xbox One and Steam

Steredenn is a shoot ‘em up with Roguelike elements released way back in 2015. It has always been a single-player shooter, but that recently changed with the free ‘Binary Stars’ update. Thanks to this surprisingly great update, the Xbox One and Steam versions of Steredenn now support 2-player local co-op (just like the Nintendo Switch version)!

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Star Wars! So Much Star Wars…

More Original Xbox Games Will Be Playable On Xbox One This Month

In more great news from Microsoft, 16 original Xbox games are being added to the Xbox One’s Backwards Compatibility list. All of the titles either need to be purchased and downloaded through the Xbox Marketplace or played with a physical copy in the Xbox One. The first batch of 8 games is set to arrive on April 17th and the later 8 on April 26th. While a number of the games feature some sort of multiplayer, it’s the April 26th release of Star Wars Battlefront (2004) and Star Wars Battlefront 2 (2005) that feature the Co-Op we’re most excited about.

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Available Online And Only While Supplies Last

X-Morph: Defense PS4 Limited Edition Coming 2018

EXOR Studios has announced that their 2017 title X-Morph: Defense will be getting a physical release exclusively for the PS4. In a message to Co-Optimus EXOR Studios said “Our physical release will include the European Assault DLC and all the latest updates on disc. The Limited Edition box set includes game disc (region free / reversible cover), soundtrack CD, numbered certificate and collector's box. The game will be limited to 3000pcs and sold exclusively at online retailer Play-Asia.com.”.

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Translation: MOAR ZOMBIES!

Call of Duty: WWII DLC Pack Number 2 Now Available

The second DLC pack for Call of Duty WWII is titled The War Machine and you can check out all the game-changing features it includes - ranging from more Zombies to the V2 bomb (It’s a rocket-propelled missile, I Googled it so you don’t have to) - in the trailer below. Even if undead and explosives aren’t your thing, the DLC also brings new competitive multiplayer maps, including Egypt and Dunkirk as well as the Operation Husky mission that takes place in Sicily. All of this DLC is available now on PS4 and on an unannounced date in May for Xbox One and PC.

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The zombie train keeps a-rollin'

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 Zombies Maps Can Now Be Purchased Individually

Until just recently, those who were interested in the post-launch content for Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 were effectively lumped into the same bucket.  Regardless of whether or not you wanted to play the cooperative "Zombies" mode or the other competitive modes, you paid for a single package containing both options.

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Pixar’s First Lego Adventure

LEGO: The Incredibles Game Announced

The Incredibles 2 from Disney-Pixar is set to release June 15th 2018 and, just announced this week, it will have a Lego video game releasing alongside it. LEGO: The Incredibles features both of the Incredibles movies and lets players ‘...defeat iconic Super Villains that control the city districts in an open-hub world, including Municiberg, in a brand-new exciting free-play experience.’ The game will be released on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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