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Three co-op titles headed to the Switch this Spring/Summer

Nindies Showcase Recap

Yesterday, Nintendo held one of their "Nindies Showcases" to highlight some of the titles that will be headed to the Switch over the next few months. There are a few stand-out single-player games (like Mark of the Ninja Remastered, The Messenger, and Banner Saga 3), but, of course, we were more focused on the co-op games. Help guide a fallen star home in Pode, dodge shapes to the rhythm of phat beats in Just Shapes and Beats, or decide the fate of your kingdom in Reigns: Kings and Queens.

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30 Minutes of A Way Out Gameplay with Director

We're just a few days away from the release of Hazelight's entirely co-op action/adventure title, A Way Out. Josef Fares, the game's director, has been making the press rounds in anticipation of its imminent arrival and last week at GameSpot, he played through a portion of the title to show off that co-op in action while also discussing things like the game's length, working with EA to make the game, and more.

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Adding online co-op functionality is a great move

Enjoy Many Classic Co-Op Titles in Forthcoming SEGA Genesis Classics

Initially revealed in a tweet that got pulled down (and then, eventually, reposted), SEGA officially announced that they'll be bringing 50 classic Genesis titles to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this May in a new collection. The SEGA Genesis Classics will not only include a number of great titles from that era, but the ability to play with friends no matter where they may be.

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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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