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Get a Map To Help A Charity

Minecraft Package ‘The Traveling Trader’ Remains Free

The studio behind Minecraft, Mojang, made a $10,000 donation in March to the Charity: Water, an organization that helps spread the ability to access clean water to people who have difficulty getting it. In April, Mojang promised to give more so long as “The Traveling Trader” map and skin pack was downloaded 10,000 times across the PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android communities. Unsurprisingly this goal was ripped to shreds, as the map was downloaded over 10,000 times in 24 hours and has since passed 100,000 downloads. Thanks to this success, Mojang has donated another $90,000 to Charity: Water.

by Jason Love 0
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New life for a solid twin-stick shooter

Assault Android Cactus Plus Now Available on Nintendo Switch

One of my all-time favorite twin-stick shooter, Assault Android Cactus, is now available on the Nintendo Switch with some improvements and a couple new features as Assault Android Cactus Plus. This re-release dropped last Friday and still supports four player couch co-op in every single mode, and also moves the "twin-stick" shooter genre into a new direction: single-stick.

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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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Assault Android Cactus, Death Squared, and Splinter Cell Conviction

Endure the Summer Heat With Friends With July's Games With Gold

July... Of all the months in the calendar year, this one has the distinction of being my least favorite. Mainly due to the fact that the unbearable heat (which is my natural nemesis) makes life feel questionable. But, put that aside, and I guess it's ok. If your idea of a perfect July is being indoors with air conditioning and video games with friends, then good news! July's Games with Gold includes three co-op titles: Assault Android CactusDeath Squared, and Splinter Cell Conviction (360, backwards compatible).

by Tally Callahan 0
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Up to 20 players will be able to fight rare bosses and gain rare loot or pokémon

Pokémon Go to Add Co-Op Raid Battles This Summer

Because I'm apparently a grumpy luddite who hates all things new, charming, and fun, I never got into the Pokémon Go craze last year. Since I'm pretty sure I'm the only one on the face of the planet for whom that's true, then the news that Pokémon Go is adding a cooperative mode this summer will likely be of interest to you.

by Tally Callahan 0
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Cooperate to solve a murder mystery in this digital adaptation of a board game

Mysterium Co-Op Review

Designer board games are getting quite popular these days, to the point where we’re starting to see quality digital adaptations of them. Though co-op board games are a popular genre (check out Marc’s Tabletop Co-op series), surprisingly few of these games have been adapted from their cardboard forms. Mysterium bucks this trend, being a ...

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A review for one of the three headsets in the brand new Arctis line

Steelseries Arctis 3 Headset Review

Steelseries is a big name in headsets, so when they told me they were launching a radically different line, I was intrigued. After using the Arctis 3 in my daily work and gaming routine for over three weeks, I’ve been impressed with the performance, though the experience comes with its own unique, and sometimes annoying, quirks.

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