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Uncover the secrets of the quiet New England town with some friends

Next Entry in The Dark Pictures Anthology, Little Hope, Available Today

If you were looking for some new, spooky video game to play with some buddies this Halloween, well you're in luck! The newest entry in the Dark Pictures AnthologyLittle Hope, is available today for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Supermassive Games made quite the name for itself with its first interactive horror title, 2015's Until Dawn, and the first entry in its Dark Pictures AnthologyMan of Medan, earned additional praise for the way it allowed you to enjoy this kind of game with friends.

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Take to the road in your food truck and serve up some delicious dishes

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! Arrives Today

Vertigo Gaming's Cook, Serve, Delicious series welcomes a new entry today: Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! Similar to the past two games, you'll be in charge of cooking hitting a series of buttons to prepare, cook, and serve food to patrons, but this time you'll be doing it all in a food truck as you go from location-to-location driving through a war-torn America in the distant year of 2042... Yeah, maybe a bit too real these days?

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Now you can call each other snobs/plebeians in real time!

Crossplay And A New Expansion Coming To Minecraft Dungeons

Minecraft Dungeons has had a pretty active update schedule since its summer release, which honestly makes a good deal of sense.  Loot-em-ups tends to live and die based on how well their developer can sustain a constant influx of new content, so Mojang's flurry of free and paid post-release expansions should help them establish a nice, solid player base.

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Batman Is Dead, Now What?

Gotham Knights Coming Next Year With Co-Op

If you have been waiting for more Batman-universe video games since 2015’s Batman: Arkham Knight, the upcoming Gotham Knights could be just what the doctor (specifically Dr. Thomas Elliot) ordered. In the upcoming game from WB Montreal, we find the caped crusader has died. Now, with a new threat emerging in Gotham, players will be able to play as members of  the Bat-family - Batgirl, Nightwing, Robin and Redhood - in order to stop the mysterious evil. This will be the first non-Lego DC game to feature 2-player co-op when it releases on the PC, Xbox One, the upcoming Xbox Series’, Playstation 4, and Playstation 5 sometime in 2021.

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