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Killing Floor 2 Gets “Grim Treatment“ for Halloween

Halloween means all of the best, spooky content for the games we love and Killing Floor 2 is no exception. David Amata, Product Lead from developer Tripwire Interactive, was quoted on Xbox.com’s coverage of Killing Floor 2’s Halloween event, “Grim Treatments.” The update brings five new weapons, new maps, Halloween themed goodies and more. This completely free content update is currently available across Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC with a trailer below showing off all of the goodies here to help you fight the spooky undead.

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There's never been a better time to play Destiny

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Stream Recap and Impressions

Last week, Bungie made some significant changes to Destiny 2. Specifically, they shifted the base game ("New Light") to be free-to-play, revamped how armor works in the game, put everyone on the same equal footing (i.e., level 50 character with power level 750), shifted how a few activities work, added a "Season Rank" (aka, "Battle Pass"), and also dropped a new content update, Shadowkeep. It's a lot to go through, and we did our best to cover it during our "Let's Play Co-Op" stream this week.

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A Slight Delay In The Return To The Past

Enhanced Editions of D&D cRPGs Slightly Delayed on Consoles

The remastered versions of Baldur’s Gate, Planescape: Torment (single-player only), and Icewind Dale, each packed with all of their content, have been delayed on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch until October 15th. Originally slated for a September release, these classic games have long been available on PC and mobile devices.

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Steam And Switch, Hand In Hand

Civilization VI Announces Cross-Platform Saving

In a surprising announcement, the official Twitter account for Civilization VI announced that the game now features cross-save between Nintendo Switch and Steam PC games. All a player needs to do is sign up for a 2K (the game's publisher) account, check a checkbox, and then whatever wizards run the internet and the cloud will make sure your game is cross-platform saved, presto!

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One shout of \"EDF!\" for every online co-op player

Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain Co-Op Review

Earth Defense Force is a cult favorite series traditionally developed by Japanese indie developer Sandlot and published by D3 Publisher. D3 Publisher has never been shy about allowing spin-off games to come from different developers, including the disappointing American-developed entry EDF: Insect Armageddon. Eight years later, developer Yuke&rsquo...

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New Gambit mode, new PvE activity, and some intriguing lore

Season of the Drifter Kicks Off Today in Destiny 2

A new season kicks off today in Destiny 2 as the "Season of the Forge" draws to a close. The "Season of the Drifter" will add some new goodies regardless if you have the $35 Annual Pass or not, but you'll get a little more with it. As this season is tied to the mysterious Drifter and his PvEvP Gambit mode, it shoul...

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Survive the Depths of Europa With Friends in Barotrauma

Ever since Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime arrived four year ago, seems like we've seen an uptick in co-op games where players work together to manage/pilot a ship, which is A-OK by me! The newest entry in the cooperative ship simulator is Barotrauma, a game from Finnish developers FakeFish and Undertow where players control a submarine as it explores the watery depths of Europa.

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Baldur’s Gate 2, Neverwinter Nights And More!

Classic D&D cRPGs Coming To Current Consoles

In a recent announcement from Beamdog Studios and Skybound Games, there is an onslaught of classic Dungeons and Dragons-based cRPGs coming to consoles soon. Based on the the wording of the announcement, it will be the enhanced versions of these games that Beamdog Studios has previously released on PC, Mac, iPad, and Android. While there has yet to be any gameplay, the Skybound Games Twitter account did confirm that the games will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.

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