Tagged: co-op gaming

Sega Ages Gain Ground (Switch) – the game I bought a Switch for

That title is a joke. Kind of. A half-joke. Honestly I have been anticipating this game since it was first announced many moons ago! Gain Ground on the Megadrive/Genesis is one of my favourite games. I have alluded to this game several times over the years, and I’m here to reiterate that it rocks, especially in co-op. It’s a slow, deliberate and strategic action game. An old and obscure Sega arcade release originally, it finally makes a long-awaited return… I can hardly wait and I want you to be just as excited. (Ha, fat chance.) But I’ll try my best here anyway – bring the hype! Continue reading

PixelJunk Monsters 1 and 2 (Wii U and Switch)

Overcooked left a delicious taste in my mouth and spurred on the need for more couch co-op. Overcooked 2 was tempting but I recalled an interesting title on Wii U that I’d enjoyed playing solo. “Dance, Tikiman, dance” has become an oft-repeated refrain, thanks to playing through both PixelJunk Monsters games back to back. Continue reading

Fine dining for two with Overcooked: Special Edition (Switch)

Waaay back in 2014 we had a post about ‘the best games for couples’. The post tells an embarrassing story about me before listing some of our favourite gaming experiences as a couple. In the years since Maya and me have played many games together, and our list today would probably look quite different. One new addition would surely be Overcooked: Special Edition. This is a nifty co-op game that tested our relationship – mostly in positive ways, I’m pleased to report. Continue reading