Solstice Chronicles: Missing in Action, Ironward's follow-up to their cooperative tactical, squad-based strategy game The Red Solstice, now has an official launch date for PC. On July 26, grab a buddy and get ready to battle some mutants.
We've heard all about it for the past few months, and next week, everyone will finally get a chance to get hands on with the newest character class in Diablo 3. That's right, the Necromancer returns to the world of Sanctuary next Tuesday, June 27.
While Nintendo announced "Salmon Run", a kind of four player horde mode for the forthcoming Splatoon 2, during a Nintendo Direct back in April, they've been holding off on demoing the mode until E3. Along with a live presentation during their Treehouse stream, many attendees got their hands on the new mode and initial impressions are good.
One thing can certainly be said for Nintendo this year, they like teasing out all their announcements. On the last day of the show yesterday, one of the rumored features for the forthcoming Super Mario Odyssey was confirmed: local co-op.
During this year's E3 Nintendo Spotlight a certain pink puff made his return to the limelight. A new Kirby title is in the works for the Switch that will feature four player local co-op so you and your friends can all join in the fun.
As E3 2017 properly kicks off today, the last of the three big console developers, Nintendo, held their Spotlight streaming event that highlighted what the company has planned for the next year. Among a few exciting single player offerings (METROID!), there's a new Yoshi game coming next year in a similar vein as Yoshi's Wooly World.
It's time once more to gather your friends and go on the hunt. The first Monster Hunter for the current-gen consoles, Monster Hunter: World, will be making its way to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC early 2018.
Oops! Looks like ole Atriox done kicked up a nest of the Flood. Halo Wars 2 will be getting an expansion this fall that includes new campaign missions, new multiplayer leaders, and, oh yes, a new Firefight mode.
It's been rumored for some time with a lot of folks asking "is this for real," and Ubisoft finally answered all of that during their E3 press conference today. Mario Rabbids Kingdom Battle is an actual thing and it is coming to the Nintendo Switch this August.
While you've been able to enjoy playing with friends in Darkseas' Road Redemption, a spiritual successor to Road Rash, for some time now, you can now finally enjoy some co-op throughout the entire campaign in four player splitscreen. That's right, you and your buddies can hop on your bikes and take to the road.