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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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Co-Op Paint And Race Looks Wonderfully Unique

New Trailblazers Video Shows Off More Track Painting

In a recent video from publisher Rising Star Games, Trailblazers, the multi-platform racing title, shows off some of the things that make it unique; most notably the paint and race features that add a new element to racing as well as the co-op. While the track painting has been featured before, being able to see it paired with the couch co-op makes it incredibly exciting for us here at Co-Optimus.

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The good news? NES titles with online capabilities. The bad? Paying for cloud saves

The Nintendo Switch Online Plan Lets You Play Classic Titles Online

Earlier this week, Nintendo finally revealed their plans for their online subscription service. Dubbed "Nintendo Switch Online," this service will be required when it launches in September in order to enjoy online co-op with friends for current titles, like Splatoon 2, and future ones as well. Other than the official name, that's nothing particularly new. What is new is that getting that subscription will also give you access to a library of classic NES titles that will include online capabilities for those that support multiplayer.

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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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Same Battlezone game but without the VR requirement

Battlezone: Gold Edition Coming to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch

Rebellion is bringing their first-person tank shooter, Battlezone, to a wider audience with the "Gold Edition." Originally a PlayStation 4 exclusive that required the PlayStation VR headset to play, the title was ported to the PC last year, though it still required a VR headset (either the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift) to play. Now, they're dropping the VR requirement altogether so friends everywhere can play together.

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