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Well, it's about time

PlayStation 4 Version of Minecraft Now Supports Cross-Platform Play

Earlier this week, the PlayStation 4 version of the popular building-sim, Minecraft, finally got the Bedrock Update. That update made its way around all other versions of the game so that all of them could play together; the PS4 version of the game was the one notable exception. With that update, everybody can play Minecraft on all platforms where it's available and have their progress carry over.

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Two by two, hands of... well, not really blue. Hands of guns and swords?

Darksiders: Genesis Stream Recap and Impressions

The Darksiders franchise got a new entry last week on the PC (console version is coming February 2020) with Darksiders: Genesis, an isometric, twin-stick shooter-ish, action/adventure game. While the gameplay has changed a bit from the previous third-person action titles, there's a lot that's familiar and the new format works. Best of all, you can play with a buddy online or on the couch!

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Waiting With Baited Breath

Stardew Valley Multiplayer Live Across All Consoles

Stardew Valley has finally resolved the issues prolonging the multiplayer from reaching Xbox One, meaning, as sole-developer Eric Barone wrote, “The most recent big news is that XBOX and PS4 now both have the 1.3 multiplayer update, bringing all platforms (except VITA) into parity with one another.” Further, Barone announced his plans to continue development in what he calls additional “polish” such as removing odd bugs, fully fleshing out features, and making sure the game runs as intended across all consoles.

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Save Geodia with... "assistive co-op"... oh...

Sparklite Now Available on Consoles and PC

Red Blue Games' Sparklite is now available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC. The game is touted as an action-adventure title with rogue-lite elements, which are all fairly accurate descriptors based on my time with it thus far. Two player couch co-op is supported in the game, but it's worth noting that the second player is (literally) relegated to a "helper bot" role.

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E-X-T-E-N-D your F-U-N

Upgrade Your Dragons in Bubble Bobble 4 Friends

Bubble Bobble 4 Friends, the sequel to the 1986 arcade hit Bubble Bobble, is arriving soon (Nov. 19) on the Nintendo Switch for all our co-op friends in Europe. Those of us in the States need to wait just a little bit longer until we can get our hands on it, but for everyone, ININ Games and Taito have released some new information about the game, along with a new trailer and a website that breaks down the history of the series.

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Developer Changes Stance On Free DLC Amid Financial Hardships

PAYDAY 2 To Continue With Paid DLC And Some Free Content

In a quick but drastic shift, Starbreeze has declared it will continue development on 2013’s PAYDAY 2 through both free and paid content, which is in direct contrast to their previous ideology of winding down support for the title and providing any future content for free as part of their “Ultimate Edition” of the game.

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There's also a free update for all versions

Riverbond Will Arrive on the Switch Next Month

Cococumber's voxel-styled action-RPG, Riverbond, will arrive on the Nintendo Switch next month, which has been out on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 since June. Its debut on the Switch isn't the only piece of news here, though, as there will also be a free content update, "Crystalwatch," that will release the same day for all versions of the game.

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