As the prophets foretold, everyone's favorite chef simulator, Overcooked 2, was blessed with some new content on October 3rd. The new DLC, titled "Surf'n'Turf", is available now for all to enjoy and adds plenty of new beach-themed content.
In the age of data-mining and social media, it rarely feels like games have much mystery left. The folks over at Team17 are trying to change that just slightly by teasing some new content coming to Overcooked 2.
I bet you and your friends toiled for days to perfect your prep priorities, minimize raw-to-table times, and synergize dish-washing techniques, all in the effort of achieving that highest of honors: beating Overcooked 2. Well, I've got good/bad news, depending on your perspective. The folks over at Ghost Town Games have added a New Game Plus mode via a free update, so you've got a lot more work ahead of you.
The original Overcooked! was a surprisingly great co-op cooking game, allowing 2-4 local players to team up and bake lots of dishes in a desperate attempt to save the world. Now Ghost Town Games and Team17 have whipped up Overcooked! 2, which adds both online co-op and competitive play to the recipe. As you might expect, the result is a devastating...
Ghost Town Games' Overcooked! 2 arrived last week on every platform, and if you were a fan of the original, then there's even more for you to love here. A new campaign, a new Arcade mode where you can play random levels with friends, new recipes, and new chefs! We dedicated this week's "Let's Play Co-Op" stream to doing our best to fulfill orders in a timely fashion and (mostly) succeeding.
As announced back at E3 2018, Overcooked 2 is well on its way to an August 7th release. The follow-up to one of our favorite games of 2016 certainly has a lot to live up to, but thankfully, rather than spending our days wandering what Team17 can do to make the game bigger and better, we can watch a couple of new gameplay videos!
No sooner did we publish our co-op review of Super Bomberman R than Konami published an update to every version of the game that adds a host of unlockable characters for co-op and battle modes. The biggest name characters are Snake and Raiden from Metal Gear Solid, but as co-op fans we’re most excited for playable characters from Konami’s traditionally cooperative Contra and Goemon franchises.
Yesterday's Nintendo Direct had a lot to say about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (I mean, A LOT), but they also revealed a sequel that we're super excited about. Overcooked 2 is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One this August, and will now include online co-op play. WOOOO!!!
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.
Koei Tecmo’s first Attack on Titan game was a surprisingly great adaptation of the hit anime and manga series, with fast-paced and unique gameplay and better than average online co-op. Less than two years later, Attack on Titan 2 has arrived on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Steam. The sequel features another strong campaign and several...
Starting today, at this very moment, you can swing around, gawk at, and slay naked giants in Attack on Titan 2. Let's be honest with each other, who among us wouldn't take that opportunity? In my opinion, naked giants have had it too good for too long. It's time to really show them what's what.
Koei Tecmo’s first Attack on Titan game was a surprisingly good adaptation of the popular anime. The co-op Scout mode wasn’t too fancy, but it did give players lots of missions to take on with online friends. Attack on Titan 2 is set to raise the bar a bit further when it arrives on consoles this March. We got our hands on the big-screen and Switch versions of the game at a recent preview event, checking out the character creation feature, new multiplayer mode, and more.
We got hands-on with Koei Tecmo's Attack on Titan 2 at a recent press event and had an opportunity to briefly speak with Hisashi Koinuma, President & COO of KOEI TECMO Games and Producer for Attack on Titan 2, about the title and the changes players can expect from the first game.