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Many hands make light space work

Four Player Update Now Live on Consoles for Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime

The four player update to Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is now live for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. So if you haven't played the game yet, what are you waiting for? Grab a couch, four friends, and bring love to the galaxy! If you're still not sure, check out our co-op review of the game. And that was when the...

by Jason Love 0
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Echoes of Destiny's first year all over again

The Division's First Big Update Brings New Content, New Problems

My one hope for Tom Clancy's The Division was that its developers would learn from Bungie and the struggles they faced during the first year of Destiny. The first big update for the title, which introduced the Incursion event and a loot trading system along with a handful of other fixes and tweaks, arrived on Tuesday and initial reports are... well, it's a bit of a mess.

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Includes a new warframe, a new quest, improvements to the game, and much more

Sands of Inaros Update Released for Warframe on PC

Last weekend, the Sands of Inaros update (Update 18.5) launched on the PC version of Warframe, the free-to-play action shooter. The first of several huge updates planned for the game in 2016, Sands of Inaros introduces a new warframe (Inaros) as well as a ton of new content and features to the game.

by Jason Love 0
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The reasons to own a Vita just got a lot shorter

Play Your PlayStation 4 on Your PC or Mac

The notes for the PlayStation 4's next big update, 3.5, were posted on the PS Blog earlier this week. Alongside some new social features, like being able to appear offline or being able to schedule times for a party to be created, the biggest part of this reveal was that "Remote Play" functionality will be extending to the PC and Mac in the near future. That's a... well, that's an interesting thing.

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Also, more dinosaurs

Splitscreen Feature Now Live on Xbox One

True to their word, developer Studio Wildcard has added the previously discussed splitscreen functionality to the Xbox One version of ARK: Survival Evolved. The feature will allow two players to enjoy the game locally, or go online to play with up to two other friends on a non-dedicated server, which are private servers that are propped up for limited play sessions and a little more limited than those that support 16 players.

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