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Exploring a sandbox with friends is always a good time

Generation Zero Pits You And Your Buddies Against Deadly Machines

Avalanche Studios announced their newest self-published game today, Generation Zero. The title will follow in the footsteps of their previous works and be an open-world game, but there's a little bit of a different twist here. Set in a reimagined Sweden during the 1980s, you and up to three buddies can team up to fight off a hostile force of machines.

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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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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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Fewer supported players online, but all DLC is included

Burnout Paradise Remastered Announced, Coming Soon

EA announced today that it will be bringing Burnout Paradise Remastered to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next month on March 16. The "smash" hit of 2008 will be getting a graphical overhaul to display at 1080p on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will run in 4k at 60 FPS on the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X. It will also include all DLC that was released for the game during its initial run, so you'll be able to tear up the streets in your "Back to the Future" Delorian.

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Switching It Up Spring 2018

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition Incoming

An unplanned Nintendo Direct took place last Wednesday morning giving Nintendo a moment in the spotlight to tell gamers everywhere what goodies are in store for them in 2018. One announcement that caught our attention is Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, a Co-Op friendly game in the Legend of Zelda family. This version is coming to Nintendo Switch in Spring of 2018 and includes character skins from the wildly popular (although sadly only single player) Breath of the Wild.

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Praise the high-def sun!

Prepare to Die in 4K This May in Dark Souls: Remastered

This seemed like an inevitability. Today, Bandai Namco announced that the popular third-person action RPG, Dark Souls, would be enjoying a new release this year as Dark Souls: Remastered. Not only will players be able to discover the mysteries of Lordran once more in high-definition and 4K resolution (for compatible systems), but you'll also be able to enjoy jolly cooperation with even more friends.

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