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by Ozzie Mejia, shacknews.com, Apr 15, 2014 11:15AM PDT

Vlambeer's roguelike, Nuclear Throne, is getting two-player co-op, because the apocalypse is better with friends. Read more

Focus Home Interactive has released some new gameplay footage of the upcoming Blood Bowl 2, showing off some of the game's new graphics engine in action. Read more

"It's pretty big. I don't think it's going to be as big as Borderlands 2," Pitchford admitted. Read more

Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is receiving its next free DLC. "Zomboss Down" adds the Cactus Canyon Gardens and Graveyards map, eight new playable characters, and increases the level cap from 20 to 30. Read more

Sol: Exodus was an Unreal Engine-powered space shooter inspired by games like Wing Commander, FreeSpace, Descent, and Star Wars: X-Wing. It came out in 2012. Two years later, the original development team behind the game are reuniting for a follow-up. Read more

Pew pew. Stretch your arms out wide and pretend you're an airplane. That's the premise of North of Earth's bizarre multiplayer shooter, Cult of the Wind. "Human dogfights" play out, complete with imaginary weapons, pretend explosions, and airplane noises made with mouths. Read more

Ubisoft Montreal hasn't been shy about showing off the gorgeous Child of Light and now it's taking players on a tour through the vibrantly beautiful land of Lemuria in the game's latest trailer. Read more

Last month, we showed you Prodigy, a strategy RPG that uses real-world figurines a la What would Skylanders. To get a better idea of exactly how the gameplay works, developer Hanakai Studio has released a new video. Read more

GameSpy's online services will be shut down on May 31. Some publishers are actively finding a way to make their multiplayer games work. For example, older Battlefield games will continue operating, as will Arma. Developers like Capcom and Epic Games are planning workarounds. But, one franchise's legacy games will close its online doors come May 31: Crysis. Read more

Blizzard explains how the level-90 expansion is meant to get friends caught up to each other, but that they've taken steps to make sure veteran players aren't tripped up by players who don't know how to use their newfound skills. Read more