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Still weird this wasn't built in at launch

You Can Now Play With Friends Online in Super Mario Maker 2

Update 1.1.0 is now available for Super Mario Maker 2 and it features some much needed co-op improvements. First, you can now play courses online with friends rather than a group of strangers. You can also now choose what courses to play, either a random selection from the "Course World," courses you have created, or courses you have downloaded from "Course World." Finally, four player couch co-op can be launched directly on any course in the "Course World" without having to download the course first.

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Get some buddies, assemble your ship, and try to survive

Undercrewed Is Now Available in Early Access

Last year, we got a brief glimpse at Undercrewed, an interesting co-op title that blends elements of FTL and Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime. At that time, David Strachan, the game's developer, was seeking funding for his Kickstarter (which was a success) to get enough money to help him finish development. Today, we all can enjoy the fruits of those efforts as the title arrives in Early Access!

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Let’s Get Physical

Gang Beasts Gets Physical Release

If you and your friends enjoy throwing other friends into traffic, down skyscrapers, off of blimps, and into freezing waters from atop icebergs, but said friends also hate digital games, you and those friends are in luck! Gang Beasts is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in a physical release (thanks to Skybound Games) on December 3rd, 2019. While pricing has not been announced at this time, the game currently retails digitally at $19.99 across Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. If you have not seen Gang Beasts in action you can do so by checking out the physical release trailer below.

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MOAR OF THAT SEAL, PLZ!

Co-Optimus Exclusive - The Making of Trine 4's Art and Story

Frozenbyte's cooperative, puzzle-platformer series, Trine, has gone through its fair share of changes and innovations over the past 10 years; some good, some not so good. The forthcoming Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince is poised to be the best one yet as it returns to its 2.5D roots, increases the co-op player count from three to four, implements some valuable lessons learned from previous games, and somehow manages to have even more gorgeous visuals than before. Producer Modus Games and Frozenbyte have been detailing what's been going into the latest entry in a series of "Making Of" videos and today, they've shared the newest one with us.

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But there's a catch...

Free Update to Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Adds New Characters, Costumes

During this year's San Diego Comic Con, Nintendo revealed that Colossus and Cyclops would be added to the playable roster of characters in MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order in a future update for free. That update is here and available, and you can indeed get both Colossus and Cyclops, but there's a little bit of a catch: you have to unlock them via two different Infinity Rift challenges.

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Four new characters, two new game modes, and a new Infinity Rift

Curse of the Vampire DLC Arrives Sept 30 for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3

The first DLC pack for MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order now has an official release date: Sept. 30. The pack is part of the $20 bundle that also includes two future DLC packs (Fantastic Four and X-Men), which has to be purchased as a whole (i.e., you can't buy the packs individually). If you've been enjoying your time with the game, which I sort of have, then picking the bundle up will certainly ensure you get even more stuff as this pack alone includes four characters (Blade, Punisher, Moon Knight, and Morbius), two new game modes, and a new Infinity Rift.

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A Sad Day In The Caves

Spelunky 2 Delayed

The upcoming Spelunky 2, which was set to release later in 2019, has been delayed. According to the game’s developer, Derek Yu, the sequel to 2008’s Spelunky is requiring more time as “the density and detail of the game is demanding more time.” This may come as a shock to some, considering how simple Spelunky seems on the surface, but due to the few details that have come from Yu up to this point there is no way to know what components of the sequel will be getting the extra time.

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