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There Is Never Too Much Of A Good Thing

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 Gets More Characters

Recently we reported on three One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 characters that will be in the game -Whitebeard, Marco, and Portgas D. Ace - but the roster is more expansive than that. Carrot and Jinbe are featured in their own trailers and will be available at launch across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on March 27th. We’ve included some additional information below from the developer's website, as well as the trailers for each character.

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The “Spring 2020” Sequel Sees No Solid Release Date

Dying Light 2 Delayed

Techland, developer of the original Dead Island and the well-received 2015 zombie-smashing/parkour hybrid Dying Light, took to the web recently to announce that Dying Light’s sequel, Dying Light 2, has had its release date pushed back from ”Spring 2020” window. Unfortunately that was the extent of the information provided, as the developer only went on to say that more information will be announced “in the coming months.” Would-be zombie killers will have to sit patiently and await further word on why the delay took place and when the game will see the light of day.

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Ride With Friends

Knights And Bikes Comes To Nintendo Switch

Knights and Bikes, the adorable hand-painted, cooperative, action-adventure game from Foam Sword, is riding from its PC and PlayStation 4 roots out onto the portable Nintendo Switch today. The game can be played in both single player and co-op, so whether you want to grab a friend (and your pet goose) as you head out, or if you prefer to stay solo, Knights and Bikes is ready to roll.

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No more content disparity between the PC and console versions

Console and PC Content Updates Will Finally Align for Monster Hunter: World

After getting out a patch that addressed some major issues with the PC version of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, Capcom continued the good news train with announcing this weekend that they would finally get all versions of the game aligned so that event quests and other content would be available at the same time. Ever since the PC version released back in August 2018, there's been a content delay of at least a few weeks between it and the consoles. With Title Update 3 (coming sometime April 2020), that'll all be a thing of the past.

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Now Running Smooth As Hell

DOOM and DOOM 2 Re-Releases Received Quality Of Life Updates

If you’ve been waiting for an update to your favorite Hell-ravaging shooter from the 1990’s, now is your time! Whether you prefer 1993 original DOOM or its 1994 sequel, DOOM II, both games have been re-released on modern consoles and received a new quality-of-life update that brings the framerate up to a smooth, modern 60 frames per second (FPS). Along with this aesthetic change, the update has brought the ability to quick save your progress and play community-created content and add-ons. This content is available now wherever you own the DOOM and DOOM II re-releases.

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Play with fire or shoot mind bullets

New Gameplay Trailer for Magic: Legends Shows Two Playable Classes

The first gameplay trailer for Magic: Legends dropped this week, giving us our first glimpses of two of the (initially) planned five playable classes - the Geomancer and the Mind Mage. Much of the action has a distinct Diablo-vibe to it, though there are a couple things in the trailer that help to root it in the Magic universe.

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The real monster was technology

Fixes for CPU Usage and Corrupt Save Data Are Incoming for Monster Hunter: World

The Iceborne expansion for Monster Hunter: World finally arrived on PC last week (4 months after its console debut), and the initial response was not great. For some players, the game was nearly unplayable as they noticed their CPU usage went through the roof, while others were greeted with a message that the title was unable to read their existing save data and would they like to create new data (the official answer to that is: NO!) Capcom was quickly made aware of these issues and the Monster Hunter development team has been working on fixes. A couple of days ago, the official Monster Hunter Twitter account let everyone know that an update will be out soon to address both of these problems.

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AVENGERS! Assem--- wait for it.... wait for it.... wait for iiiiiiiiiiiiitttt...

If You Missed It: Marvel's Avengers Delayed to September

If you had May 15, 2020 circled on your calendar and have just been counting down the days until you'll be able to play Marvel's Avengers, go ahead and get your correction fluid, remove that circle, and put a new one on September 4, 2020 (maybe use pencil). Crystal Dynamics announced via Twitter that they need a little more development time "focusing on fine tuning and polishing the game to the high standards our fans expect and deserve."

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Zombie Army meets Strange Brigade

Co-Op Gameplay Footage of Zombie Army 4 is Making the Rounds

There are a number of hands-on previews for Zombie Army 4: Dead War making their rounds through the Internet this week. We'll link to a few down below, along with some captured gameplay footage courtesy of IGN, but the big takeaway seems to be this: if you liked Strange Brigade but wish it was more Nazi zombies and less mummies, good news!

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Team up with friends to explore some dens

Pokemon Sword and Shield Getting A New Co-Op Mode via DLC

Nintendo released a 20-minute Direct earlier today that was focused on their Pokemon franchise. While there is a remake of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue/Red Rescue Team games on the way as Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, the co-op specific news we're interested in is the new DLC that's coming to Pokemon Sword and Shield this year via the $30 Expansion Pass.

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