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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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Zombies Become Portable In The First Half Of 2020

Zombie Army Trilogy Coming To Nintendo Switch

Rebellion’s Zombie Army Trilogy will be limping over (as zombies do) to the Nintendo Switch come the first half of 2020. The game is set to include all previously released content, including the Horde mode and all story chapters, as well as an exclusive feature to the Nintendo version: wireless multiplayer for up to four players. More ways to play with friends means more co-opportunities to enjoy!

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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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An eternal apocalypse? Yeah, I think I can relate...

In Casy You Missed It: Rune II Now Available [UPDATED]

Human Head Studios' action-RPG, Rune II, launched on the Epic Games Store yesterday, so you and some buddies can create your own Scandinavian and set out to stop Loki from resetting the apocalypse. Yeah, I know, it's a bit weird. Apparently Loki decided that rather than just let the world blow up, he'd let it be really terrible for a while and then start it up again instead of letting it just end.

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Underperforming 2019 Games Lead To Delays

Rainbow Six Quarantine and Watch Dogs Legion Delayed To 2020-2021

In a recent financial discussion, Ubisoft announced that their 2019 titles - The Division 2 and Ghost Recon Breakpoint - both underperformed. As a result, Ubisoft is reevaluating the development time needed for their upcoming games, Rainbow Six Quarantine and Watch_Dogs Legion. Unfortunately, this means both titles will be delayed to Fiscal Year “2020-21.”

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Will. Not. Make. Puns.

Cat Quest II Now Available on Consoles

The cat-heavy RPG, Cat Quest II, has finally arrived on the consoles complete with its own launch trailer, which can be found below. In the trailer the praises of the game are sung by fellow sites such as Kotaku and Gamespew who state that Cat Quest II is, “the purrfect RPG for pet lovers” and “Easy-going and enjoyable adventure” respectively. Cat Quest II can be purchased on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One now at $14.99 across all aforementioned platforms.

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Enjoy kicking down doors on the platform of your choice!

Door Kickers: Action Squad Arrives on Xbox One and PS4, Switch Next Week

KillHouse Games' action/strategy game, Door Kickers: Action Squad, finally arrives on (most of) the consoles today. Get a buddy and enjoy taking down terrorists, rescuing hostages, and disarming bombs either online or on your couch on the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One today. The Nintendo Switch version arrives next Monday, October 28. There's also some new content being added to the game across all versions, so PC players, you can dip your toes back into the title as well.

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A chat with Tower Five about their forthcoming action-strategy game

Lornsword Winter Chronicle Interview

Tomorrow is a big day for Tower Five, an independent French developer that is comprised of a few former Creative Assembly folks. Their first title, Lornsword Winter Chronicle, will leave Early Access on Steam, and it will also be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game is described as a "story-driven action strategy game" that supports drop-in/drop-out couch co-op; naturally, we were interested in learning a little more about it. Designer Renaud Charpentier took some time to talk with us about what players can expect from the game, and what influenced the co-op design.

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The magic garden gnomes have hit the "officially released" button

Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville Now Available

After six weeks in Early Access, Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The title follows in the footsteps of the Garden Warfare games, but is now a "live" game, meaning that there will be frequent content updates, weekly/daily challenges, and more (many of which were already in Garden Warfare, they're just codified now). At launch, the title supports PvE co-op in two modes: "Free-Roam Regions," and the wave-based survival mode, "Garden/Graveyard Ops."

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So long Early Access, hello full release

Dauntless Officially Hits Version 1.0 Today

Dauntless, Phoenix Labs' free-to-play, Behemoth hunting action-RPG, is "Early Access" no more and rolls over to version 1.0 today. The title has seen a number of improvements and updates since its first alpha back in 2017 - including cross-save/cross-platform play, new weapons, new Behemoths to hunt, UI improvements, saved loadouts, a Hunt Pass, etc. - and there's plenty more to come.

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