After being released on both PlayStation 4 and Steam to rave reviews, Zoink Games is now releasing Zombie Vikings digitally on the Xbox One later this year with exclusive added features such as Hero Stats, where you can measure your progress with your friends and unlockable achievement wallpapers.
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SPELUNKER WORLD, a platform adventure game from SQUARE ENIX, makes its way to the PlayStation 4 today. This title is a follow-up to the popular title, SPELUNKER HD on the PlayStation 3.
In SPELUNKER WORLD, players take the role of a Spelunker, following in the footsteps of his father who disappeared 10 years ago. Players can venture into caverns solo or together with up to six players online in search of legendary treasures while avoiding dangerous pitfalls, boulders and wicked creatures. Continue reading It’s Time To Explore The Cavernous Depths Of Spelunker World On PS4
It’s been 6 days since Zombie Vikings, the co-op hack n’ slash adventure from Zoink Games creators of Stick it to The Man!, was released digitally on the PS4. You’ll embark on a dead funny adventure where your putrid posse is sent on a mission through the most epic of worlds to retrieve Odin’s lost eye.
Play as the most fearsome Vikings ever raised from Norse soil – Gunborg, Seagurd, Hedgy and Caw-kaa. Hack through the gingerbread swamps of Molgaga! Cruise through the intestines of the Midgaard Serpent! Fight giant poultry! Have an insanely fun time while doing it…
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Today Zombie Vikings is being released digitally on PlayStation 4 in Europe, Australia and the Americas. In a few days it will also be available in Japan and selected parts of Asia. Zombie Vikings is available at $19.99 / €19.99 / £14.99, but all PS+ users will have a 30% launch discount all the way through September 15th.
Make sure you grab the game before the discount ends! Continue reading Today Zombie Vikings Rise From Valhalla To Claim Their Birthright On PS4
It isn’t uncommon for developers and publishers to reach out to the community to rally behind them in support of their newest project, however it isn’t every day that a developer reaches to help them decide which game you’d want them to develop next. However that is exactly what Press Play has done, they’ve been toying around with three very different concepts and have been doing some early concept experiments.
Below we’ve provided an overview for each game that you’re able to vote on, check them out and decide which game you’d be most interested in diving into. Of course Press Play would love your feedback and have you among the voters that’ll be helping to shape their future.
In order for them to stay on track, they’re needing your vote by September 1st. They’ll be announcing the winner on September 8th. After that, they’ll be in full gear and looking to work together to develop the winning concept into their most ambitious game yet.
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My love affair with the N Series began in 2008 with the release of N+, which was the second game in the series. However I have to be honest, N+ wasn’t even on my radar as being a game I needed or wanted to play. Based on what I’d seen at the time, it looked to be far too simple and I couldn’t see the value contained within it.
And then I downloaded the demo. By the time I’d beaten all of the levels within it, I knew I needed to buy it. With that being said, could N++ possibly live up the the high expectations that I approached it with?
Just in case you’re unfamiliar with N++, take a moment to familiarize yourself before continuing.
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The Flock, an asymmetrical multiplayer horror game with a life span dictated by players’ deaths in-game, releases on to Steam and The Humble Store on Aug. 21 for $16.99 USD/EUR, thus beginning its limited life span governed by the actual in-game deaths of its players.
Gamers who pre-order The Flock on either the Humble Store or Vogelsap’s website, or buy the game during the launch week on Steam or the previously two mentioned online stores, will receive an extra buddy-key so a friend can share in this unprecedented gaming event. All gameplay related DLC will come free of charge.
Continue reading The Flock Will Cease To Exist When The Community Death Toll Reaches 215,358,979 So Buy Early And Get A Free Copy For A Friend
The dastardly development minions at Codemasters unleashed the latest video for Overlord: Fellowship of Evil, their digital only, angelically-priced, devilishly fun Action RPG which is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.
Whilst eviling alone is fun, the second in their series of training videos from The Minionstry of Information also teaches Netherghūls-in-training the value of working together. Bringing a friend (or at least someone you can tolerate for a while) along to help with the carnage can really help lift the levels of nefarious nastiness.
But in Overlord: Fellowship of Evil, your friends can also be your biggest enemies. Co-operation becomes “co-opetition” as Netherghūls compete to be more evil throughout the game and traps offer opportunities for mischief.
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In a first for current generation consoles, Divinity: Original Sin is bringing couch co-op to RPGs with split-screen.
Explore a deceitfully vibrant world on your own, or with a friend, together, or independently. When venturing together, you’ll share the same screen-space (with console-comfortable controls and UI!), but move apart, and the screen dynamically and seamlessly splits allowing you to explore the entire world apart… (But that could make the living room awkward!)
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Nintendo 3DS owners looking to embark on a legendary adventure will get their chance when The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes launches for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems on Oct. 23. One of Nintendo’s biggest critical hits at this summer’s E3 video game trade show, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes lets up to three players team up locally, via Download Play with one game card or online using a wireless Internet connection to cooperatively explore inventive dungeons and battle bosses.
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