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The ‘Most Co-op Game EVER’ Gets a New Trailer

TwinCop Gets A Release Trailer

TwinCop, the upcoming twin-stick shooter from Finite Reflection, has received a new trailer in preparation for its soon-approaching May 10th release date onto the Steam store. The trailer can be found below and displays gameplay with which any twin-stick shooter fan should be familiar. However, this is not your average co-op, twin-stick gameplay. Per the game’s Steam description, “TwinCop is the most cooperative game, EVER. Play this action-packed, co-op, twin-stick shooter with your best bud or significant other. You and your friend are TwinCop: One player controls the right arm; the other controls the left arm; both of you control movement.”

by Jason Love 0
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Promise of no microtransactions within the game

Eden Rising Launches Next Month With A F2P Option

Nvizzio Creation's third-person action/tower-defense title, Eden Rising: Supremacy, will be making its way out of Early Access and into a full release next month. When it does, there will be two versions: the free-to-play "Explorer Edition," and the $25 "Ascendant Edition." The paid version does include four additional areas to explore and defend over the free version, along with some extra armor dyes and "Bestiary Mastery," but it also has a nice perk. Only one person needs to buy it for a group of friends to enjoy that that extra content.

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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I'm really into that 80s computer UI look

New GTFO "Behind The Scenes" Video Shows Off Characters, Monsters, and More

If you're suddenly in the market for a four-player cooperative FPS game and wondering when something new/exciting will be coming along, good news! 10 Chambers Collective's GTFO is, apparently, right around the corner. The Swedish developer released a new video - a "behind the scenes" documentary - that goes into some detail about the characters/story, the setting, the monsters you'll face, and the music.

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