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Literally the right arm will not know what the left arm is doing

Override: Mech City Brawler Available Today on PC, PS4, and Xbox One

The Balance, Inc's giant mech fighting game, Override: Mech City Brawl, is out today for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. There's a single-player campaign and you can duke it out 1 v 1 against another human, or you can gather three of your best friends and make like you're out to defeat the Galra Emprie as you each control part of a giant mech in the Party Co-Op mode.

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PC players will have to wait an unspecified length of time for their version

Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle Available Today on Consoles

Announced only a few days ago, the Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle drops today for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. This collection of classic Capcom beat 'em up titles, a couple of which never made it to consoles back when they were released, allows for friends near and far to team up once more to beat up some baddies.

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On the plus side, it sounds like it'll be bundled with all DLC

X-Morph: Defense Is Headed to the Switch Sans Co-Op Campaign

EXOR Studios' tower-defense/top-down shooter hybrid, X-Morph: Defense, is headed to the Nintendo Switch sometime in the next few months. That's the good news. The bad news is it appears that this version will be losing out on some of the co-op features that are present on the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 versions of the game. Specifically, the two player couch co-op campaign.

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So Many Bullets!

Aces Of The Luftwaffe - Squadron Soars To Full Release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One

Aces of Luftwaffe - Squadron, the co-op friendly sequel to the Aces of Luftwaffe app that saw an initial release last November on the Nintendo Switch, is now available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The game can be downloaded through any of the digital stores on the aforementioned platforms and currently sits behind a price of $14.99 across all platforms.

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Shake out your tail feathers, and dust off the luchador mask

Guacamelee! 2 Power Bombing Onto PC and PS4 Next Month

Drinkbox Studios is almost ready for everyone to enjoy their action-platformer/"Metroidvania" title, Guacamelee! 2. This sequel (and the developer) promises a whole lot more of everything. A bigger world to explore, more moves to unlock/refine/use, and more secrets to uncover. There's even an entire secret "Pollovania" area, for all you chicken lovers out there.

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"And you can play it.... right now"

[E3 2018] EA Reveals New Co-Op Platformer Unravel Two

EA Play's E3 2018 press conference just wrapped up, and while there wasn't a lot of co-op news, there were a couple things that caught our interest. Up first, Coldwood Interactive revealed Unravel Two, a follow-up to their charming single-player only platformer from 2016. This time around, though, two players can enjoy all the yarn-tastic adventure. Oh, and it's available right this very moment.

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The wheels on the simulated bus go 10001110101

Bus Simulator 18 Pulls Up To The Curb Next Week

The world of simulation games is about to get a bit bigger. After you're done being a surgeon, managing a farm, repairing cars in a garage, and managing a soccer (sorry, football) team, why not manage your own bus company? Bus Simulator 18 will arrive next Tuesday, June 13, and will not only let you run your own fleet of buses, but get behind the wheel and drive the routes. Oh yeah; honk, honk, beep, beep, coming through!

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Three co-op titles headed to the Switch this Spring/Summer

Nindies Showcase Recap

Yesterday, Nintendo held one of their "Nindies Showcases" to highlight some of the titles that will be headed to the Switch over the next few months. There are a few stand-out single-player games (like Mark of the Ninja Remastered, The Messenger, and Banner Saga 3), but, of course, we were more focused on the co-op games. Help guide a fallen star home in Pode, dodge shapes to the rhythm of phat beats in Just Shapes and Beats, or decide the fate of your kingdom in Reigns: Kings and Queens.

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