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Blocks and Explosions and... A Watermelon…

In Case You Missed It: Riverbond Launch Trailer

Riverbond, the Minecraft-esque voxel aesthetic and 4-player co-op title that features top-down combat and exploration in the vein of Diablo, was released back on June 9th; right before the video game holiday week known as E3. In case you missed the fun, charming trailer that features a watermelon warrior, you can watch it below before snagging Riverbond on PS4, Xbox One and PC now.

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Check Out The Launch Trailer Before You Head Into The Upside Down

Stranger Things 3: The Game Receives Launch Trailer

First teased during a Nintendo Direct a few months ago, Stranger Things 3: The Game has received an official launch trailer to accompany the release of the game and the third season of the show. While the show is a Netflix exclusive, the game can be found on the Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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Special Operations Are Better In Pairs

Modern Warfare Spec Ops Co-op Confirmed

With the flurry of information that comes during E3 every year some nuggets of information can get skimmed over, and this particular one is pure gold. During the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare E3 Coliseum panel hosted by Geoff Keighley, members of the development team from Infinity Ward revealed that not only will the Special Operations (“Spec Ops” for short) return to the upcoming reimagining of the Modern Warfare series, but it will still feature co-op.

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All Of The Right Strokes

Kaliber HVER PRO RGB Keyboard Review

Each piece of gaming hardware can greatly alter the experience of the game being played. A faulty headset and the whole team feels the impact when you fail to communicate danger in time; a lackluster mouse and your interaction with the world through selection or direction can become more of a hurdle than it should be; and with a subpar keyboard the entire experience can be slammed to a halt, no matter the game. Thankfully, Kaliber’s HVER PRO RGB Keyboard does a great job whether it’s under the pressure that comes from the heat of a game or writing this very review.

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Few Details, Lots Of Content

[E3 2019] - Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order DLC Revealed

The upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order will have additional character packs available after release as DLC. These packs were revealed as part of Nintendo’s E3 event but few details were provided, with the official webpage for the game stating that the game will feature “The Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, the X-Men, and more!” However the post then goes on to outline that you can “Then expand your ultimate alliance with the paid Expansion Pass, which includes upcoming DLC content from popular franchises like the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, and the Marvel Knights.”

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The Zombie Army That Just Won’t Die Is Back

[E3 2019] - Zombie Army 4: Dead War Gameplay And Trailer Reveal

The studio behind the previous three Zombie Army games, Rebellion, has revealed their newest installment in the series at the PC showcase during E3 2019. Zombie Army 4: Dead War was announced through a stylized trailer that can be found below, followed by a gameplay reveal soon after, which can also be found below. The game has no specific release date but is currently slated to arrive early 2020 across Xbox One, Playstation 4, and the Epic Game Store.

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Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow

[E3 2019] Xbox Backwards Compatibility Announces Final Titles

With all of the excitement of E3 and the thrills brought on by Project Scarlett, Microsoft’s next generation gaming platform, there was some bittersweet news as well. Microsoft announced the next batch of games that are now available via Xbox’s Backward Compatibility program will be the last. The team over at Xbox is now looking forward to the future of the platform with Scarlett, and in turn will be looking at how to help gamers' libraries stay with them moving forward, which means no more games coming to the Backwards Compatibility program from now on.

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Pre-Ordering Appears Active Once Again

Dead Island 2 May Be Un-dead

Back in 2011 we saw the release of the first Dead Island and a sequel was stated to be in development soon after. While Dead Island Riptide did follow with a 2013 release, a proper sequel, Dead Island 2, was also revealed to be coming through a very memorable announcement trailer that came out in 2014. Since then there has been periodic news that made it seem like the game would never see the light of day, but as of this writing, Dead Island 2 now appears on the Xbox Marketplace as an item available for pre-order with a slated December 2019 release date.

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Newest LEGO Game Captures All Of The Films

[E3 2019] LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Announced

As part of Microsoft's E3 2019 conference, they announced LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, a new video game in the LEGO series that will encompass all 9 of the Star Wars movies. This game will likely feature the signature co-op gameplay that the LEGO games have kept with the brand. While there is no release date aside from the ‘Coming 2020’ stated in the trailer, this will be a nice way to experience the thrill of the films after the ninth and final one is released later this year.

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*Free Until July To Prepare For Borderlands 3

[E3 2019] - Borderlands 2 Gets Free* DLC

With the upcoming release of Borderlands 3, Gearbox announced at the Microsoft E3 panel that their previous title, Borderlands 2, will be receiving DLC that bridges the story gap between the two games. The catch is that it's only available on current-gen iterations of the game, which means you'll need to own Borderlands: The Handsome Collection on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 (PC players, you're fine with just Borderlands 2). However, the DLC is free to snag that until July 3; after that it's $14.99.

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RPG With Random Mission Generation, Character Customization, And A Sweet Trailer

Action RPG Killsquad Announced

A new co-op, Action-RPG (or ARPG for short) is on the way. Killsquad, from the Barcelona-based Novarama, has been announced with an exciting trailer and a Steam Early Access release set for the fast approaching “Summer 2019”. While an exact date has not been pinned down at this time, the game will be making an appearance at E3 2019, meaning if the sole trailer isn’t enough to satisfy your ARPG needs there is likely to be more info trickling out as we near the already close Early Access release.

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No Release Date For “No More Heroes”

Travis Strikes Again Coming to PS4 and PC

Travis Strikes Again, the third entry into Suda 51’s violent, stylish series will be making its way to both the PlayStation 4 and PC in the (presumably) not too distant future. In a recent announcement, Suda revealed that the title would be coming to the two platforms, but no other information was provided as to the price point, release date, or whether the DLC on the Nintendo Switch will also be available on the other versions.

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