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I like how they decide to only show the back of the amazon's head...

Atlus Extoling the Virtues of Couch Co-Op in Dragon's Crown Pro Video

Dragon's Crown Pro dropped onto the PlayStation 4 this week, and if you're wondering if it's any good, then I recommend checking out our Co-Op Review of the original when it hit the PS3 oh so many years ago. The only real difference between the two versions is the updated/improved graphics, which look even better now. If you're still wondering whether the game is any good, then let me tell you a tale of two young lovers...

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Who needs a campaign?

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Revealed, Will Have 3 Zombie Maps at Launch

Yesterday, Activision and Treyarch revealed the next installment in the Call of Duty series, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and things are a bit different this time. It was rumored the title wouldn't have any campaign and would be multiplayer only, which was confirmed by the announcement yesterday and further explained by the developer in an interview with Polygon. The good news is that the game will launch with a Zombies mode and it sounds like it may be a little bit "richer" in its offerings than in year's past.

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So many Mons to Hun

Nintendo Switch Getting Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate

While many Monster Hunter fans were disappointed that Capcom wouldn't be bringing Monster Hunter: World to the Nintendo Switch, last Thursday, the developer posted an announcement video on their YouTube channel for a Switch-exclusive Monster Hunter title. Don't get too excited, though, this isn't exactly an all new game. In Japan, the expanded version of Monster Hunter Generations is known as Monster Hunter XX, and Capcom is bringing that game to the Switch as Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate.

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It’s Indiana Jones Themed (Seriously, This Game Came Out 5 Years Ago)

Payday 2 Content Still Rolling In 2018

In a move that proves developer Overkill lives up to their name, Payday 2 received MORE content as part of the recent “Spring Break” event (why they didn’t title it ‘Spring Break-In’ is beyond me). In the Henry’s Rock Heist, players will be able to break into a giant storage facility and steal some giant gold boxes. It seems right that the heist is named after Mr. Jones (his name is actually Henry, Indiana was the dog) but, unfortunately, this event appears to only be available on PC.

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Core systems get an overhaul in anticipation of open beta later this month

Seeking the Horizon Update Drops Today for Dauntless

Dauntless, the free-to-play action-RPG with some nods towards Monster Hunter, is set to hit its Open Beta later this month on May 24. Prior to that date when anybody and everybody can get in, developer Phoenix Labs is dropping a major update to the game today, and it's a pretty substantial one. Dubbed "Seeking the Horizon," this update includes an overhaul of some existing systems (like progression and gear), and an expansion upon others (like available quests).

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Vehicles, Difficulty, Places To Explore And More!

State of Decay 2 Developers Stream More Goodies

As the May 22nd release for State of Decay 2 gets closer, developer Undead Labs has held a number of different streams where they answer questions in real time while showing off gameplay of their new title. In the most recent stream (which is now available on YouTube) the developer showed vehicles, covered some of the differences in the maps, and let players see how gameplay programmers go about surviving in the world.

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