Awesomenauts developer Ronimo Games have announced their next title in partnership with Devolver Digital. Called Blightbound, the game is a dark and stylish co-op dungeon crawler that features hand painted gritty graphics.
Gears 5 kicked off its second “Operation” (i.e., season) last month, called “Operation: Free For All.” The Title Update 3 brought a slew of bug fixes, maps, and the new Free For All PvP mode to the game, but that’s not all we got for December. Much like in real life, Christmas came upon us and the COGs faster than we had anticipated and with it came some holiday-themed content for Gears 5 in the form of the annual Gearsmas event.
Chucklefish's RTS game, Wargroove, is getting some new, free (!) DLC soon that adds a whole new campaign to play through. Best of all, it can be played cooperatively with a friend! Hooray!
If you’ve been fighting ‘n raging in Fight ‘N Rage on PC since 2017 you may be asking yourself “What am I to do now with this persistent need to fight ‘n rage when I’m on the go?” Or “What about ragin’ ‘n fightin’ on consoles? And what’s killing the bees in our modern world, anyway?” If these questions apply to you, ask no more! Fight ‘N Rage will be coming to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on Sept 27th, and on the PlayStation 4 “soon.”
Time to bust out your favorite bandana and crush the nearest creatine shake, cause Gears 5 has slammed its way into stores. While the latest entry into the Gears franchise has technically been out since its "Early Access" release on September 5th, it wasn't officially available to the general public until the 10th.
Gears 5 is here and with it comes a brand new co-op mode called Escape. Don't fret - returning is Horde and of course campaign co-op. Below we dive into all the technical details of what makes co-op, co-op in Gears 5. Let us know if you have any additional questions and we'll update the FAQ.
A few days ago, The Coalition lifted up the curtain on the new Horde mode for the forthcoming Gears 5. While many of the same systems from Gears of War 4 are returning (i.e., using a Fabricator to build fortifications/guns, gathering energy to power the Fabricator, equipping cards on your character), there are a few tweaks, too.
Last month, The Coalition showed off the new three player co-op mode that, Escape, will be a part of Gears 5 when it arrives in September. Rather than staying in one spot and fighting off wave after wave of enemies, Escape puts you in the boots of one of three members of a "Hivebuster" crew and tasks you with being able to get out from the middle of a Hive before the angry Swarm, or the deadly bio weapon you deployed, takes you out. In three new videos, you can now get a chance to "meet" the members of the crew and go ahead and call "dibs" on your fave.
During their E3 Direct, Nintendo announced the Collection of Mana was coming to the States that very day (it's available to purchase digitally now). This bundle of the first three Mana games - Final Fantasy Adventure, Secret of Mana, and Trials of Mana [aka Seiken Densetsu 3] - was released in Japan back in 2017, and fans of those titles gazed from afar wondering if they'd ever bring it to other territories. Amazingly, they have, and you can play all of these games in English, French, or German (and for Trials, Spanish, too).
So much news, so little time! Rod Fergusson, studio head for The Coalition, took the stage during Microsoft's E3 press conference this year to talk about the newest entry in the Gears franchise, Gears 5. The last time we heard anything much about this game was during last year's E3, and it was a little surprising that not only did they have a new mode to show off and talk about, but a release date: September 10, 2019.
Co-op puzzle platformer fans, rejoice! The acclaimed (and gorgeous) Trine trilogy will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch this Spring in both physical and digital formats.