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We’ve had our eye on Sable for some time now, as the striking aesthetic of the game has been captivating since its first reveal. At long last, the game has a release date. At today’s Summer Game Fest, we learned that the project will become available on September 23, 2021. In the game, players take
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Hey all! Last year, we announced Endless Dungeon, Amplitude Studios’ next rogue-lite tower-defense dungeon-crawler (yes, it’s quite a mouthful), and the trailer and first glimpses of gameplay were met with a great deal of enthusiasm by a great many people. We are thrilled to see so many people eager to gather their teams and fight
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We know what you’re thinking. “Please, Nintendo Life — I can’t keep up with all these various permutations of Stardew Valley, Animal Crossing, and Pokémon. Surely we have explored all possible combinations by now?” The answers are: no, and stop asking. Anyway, this one is really cool! A Reddit user named u/acnh_kaylee is currently in
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on PlayStation 5. Also available on PlayStation 4 and PC. “Operation: Tango is a clever and appealing take on a co-op spy experience. It’s short and not all that replayable, and some of the puzzles are annoyingly silly when compared to its best challenges and conundrums, but it’s still well worth
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By Stephany Nunneley9 June 2021 20:16 GMT Cross-Play is coming to Overwatch soon, allowing players to group up and play together. Overwatch players will soon be able to play with others, regardless of platform, thanks to the latest global Battle.net update. Watch on YouTube The update will allow players from around the world to team
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Communication is key, and that’s true whether you’re in a relationship or guiding someone through defusing a bomb that’s about to send the world back to the Stone Age. Operation: Tango is an asymmetrical, co-op-only spy ’em up inspired by the likes of 2015 indie puzzler Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes and all those scenes
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. The thing people remember about co-op prison escape game A Way Out has nothing to do with the actual game itself. People remember the man doing a bad word on the internet telly in the lead
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