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Co-op games you must play: Borderlands 3

y main co-op buddy is one of my best friends from college. We live several states away, and we never officially lost touch, but life happened, and eventually we grew apart. A few years ago, he messaged me asking how I felt about my PS4. Before I knew it, he’d traded his Xbox One for a PS4. When Borderlands 3 was released in September 2019, we both knew what we had to do. So, like the mature, responsible adults we are, we said screw it to our daily commitments, took time off work and stayed up all night playing video games.

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How 60 Seconds! comically mirrors quarantine life and helps us cope

My family wasted away in a fallout shelter for almost four weeks. Our food and water supplies were running dangerously low. It was time for me to explore the wasteland above once more and scavenge anything I could to keep my wife, daughter, and son alive long enough for the army to rescue us. On Day 27 of bunker life, I leave my family. If my expedition is fruitless, everyone will die

Nostalgia

A retrospective of The Simpsons: Hit & Run

I can’t tell whether I’m tired of the remakes (or endless rumors of remakes) that we seem to get every week. On the one hand, there have been some incredible remakes, like the Final Fantasy 7 remake. On the other hand, we’ve been disappointed by the unadulterated disaster that was Warcraft 3: Reforged. That’s why talk of a possible remake of The Simpsons: Hit and Run is both exciting and terrifying.