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The good news? NES titles with online capabilities. The bad? Paying for cloud saves

The Nintendo Switch Online Plan Lets You Play Classic Titles Online

Earlier this week, Nintendo finally revealed their plans for their online subscription service. Dubbed "Nintendo Switch Online," this service will be required when it launches in September in order to enjoy online co-op with friends for current titles, like Splatoon 2, and future ones as well. Other than the official name, that's nothing particularly new. What is new is that getting that subscription will also give you access to a library of classic NES titles that will include online capabilities for those that support multiplayer.

by Jason Love 0
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Everybody can be cursing space monkeys!

New Beyond Good and Evil 2 Video Shows A Smidgen of Co-Op

During a developer livestream last week, Ubisoft Montpellier showed off more of Beyond Good and Evil 2, perhaps one of the most anticipated video game sequels ever. While the reveal of the title itself was a big surprise during last year's E3, we here at Co-Optimus got a nice surprise during that livestream when the devs (finally) discussed the co-op gameplay... sort of.

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Bring along a friend on this wild and deadly road trip

Death Road to Canada Co-Op Review

With the United States infested by endless hordes of zombies, the only hope for survival is escaping to the cold and zombie-free climes of Canada. Welcome to Death Road to Canada, a very unusual game that sends players on a randomly-generated road trip to Canada. Death Road, which has just arrived on consoles after first launching on PC, supports 2...

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Or your least favorite, if that's what you're into.

You Can Now Play As Your Favorite FFXV Characters In Minecraft

Based on the amount of coverage dedicated to it, you'd think that Minecraft has faded into the ether.  Honestly, though, it's because there just isn't much to say about it anymore.  It continues on its monolithic path and, based on sales figures, practically everyone in the world has had a chance to play it and determine whether or not it's for them.

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Core systems get an overhaul in anticipation of open beta later this month

Seeking the Horizon Update Drops Today for Dauntless

Dauntless, the free-to-play action-RPG with some nods towards Monster Hunter, is set to hit its Open Beta later this month on May 24. Prior to that date when anybody and everybody can get in, developer Phoenix Labs is dropping a major update to the game today, and it's a pretty substantial one. Dubbed "Seeking the Horizon," this update includes an overhaul of some existing systems (like progression and gear), and an expansion upon others (like available quests).

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