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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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Teens getting everything done these days

The Blackout Club Aims to Make Survival Horror Cooperative

Question, which was founded by two developers that formerly worked on Bioshock titles, has announced their next game, and it's a very interesting premise. The Blackout Club puts you and up to three other players into the shoes of some teenagers who are trying to prove to the adults that their friend's disappearance is part of something bigger.

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Worth the wait?

Crimsonland makes it onto PS4 only 10 Years Later than the PC

The Playstation 4 is a beast of a machine, but owners of said console may find themselves playing mostly downloadable games as it is also an Indie game darling.  More independent fun is on the way on July 15th in the form of Crimsonland, a 4 player local co-op shooter that has the whiff of Geometry Wars about it, but is actually based on a 2003 PC original.

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Cooperative totem building

Press Play's Next Title, Project Totem, Coming to Xbox One

Best known for their work on Max and the Magic Marker and Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, Danish developer Press Play is dipping into the world of cooperative games with their upcoming title, currently name Project Totem. In this puzzle platformer, players are tasked with navigating through a series of levels in order to complete the construction of a totem. The catch is that you have to control two objects at the same time.

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The sequel to the indie twin-stick shooter has a new trick

Waves: Arena Tactics Debuts Co-Op Mode

The once veritable abundance of twin-stick shooters has slacked off a bit since Geometry Wars first hit the scene. That's not to say there haven't been some great ones released, but they're getting fewer and far between. Fortunately, there's another gem on the way that combines twin-stick shooting and cooperative gameplay with an unlikely element: rogue-like.

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