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Mode was designed with local LAN play in mind

[E3 2017] Splatoon 2's Co-Op Salmon Run Sounding Promising

While Nintendo announced "Salmon Run", a kind of four player horde mode for the forthcoming Splatoon 2, during a Nintendo Direct back in April, they've been holding off on demoing the mode until E3. Along with a live presentation during their Treehouse stream, many attendees got their hands on the new mode and initial impressions are good.

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I need that Switch *snap* sound every time the level flips

[E3 2017] Arts and Crafts Yoshi Finds New Home on Switch

As E3 2017 properly kicks off today, the last of the three big console developers, Nintendo, held their Spotlight streaming event that highlighted what the company has planned for the next year. Among a few exciting single player offerings (METROID!), there's a new Yoshi game coming next year in a similar vein as Yoshi's Wooly World.

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You and your co-op partner will have to decide together

[E3 2017] Early Impressions of A Way Out Highlight the Story Players Create

One of the bigger reveals during EA's press conference on Saturday was A Way Out, the new game from Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons developer Hazelight Studios. In a first for these type of adventure/story-driven games, the entire thing is intended to be played cooperatively with both players making decisions that affect what plays out.

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"Bioware Does Destiny" just sounded a bit wrong as a news title

[E3 2017] Bioware's Next Title is the Cooperative Anthem

In what feels like the usual fashion these days, the new Bioware IP was teased at yesterday's EA press conference with the promise of more being shown at this afternoon's Microsoft event. In the midst of all that talk about teraflops and the Xbox One X, Anthem was given its time to shine and we're liking what we are seeing so far.

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Updated for Modern Age and includes 70 Games

[E3 2017] - AtGames Re-Releasing Sega Genesis Classic Gaming Hardware

Sega Genesis Flashback, Classic Game Console, and the Ultimate Portable Game Player. Each console and portable system includes a selection of built-in Sega Genesis games, HD support for output, and in one case - even supports classic Sega Genesis cartridges. The Sega Genesis Flashback is inspired by the original console and includes 85 ...

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