The week behind us was a less eventful one in terms of gaming, but only because we were in the maternity ward welcoming our fourth player to co-op sessions.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas was once picked on for arriving to the toys-to-life party much too late. But thanks to some innovative ideas and a lot of narrative charm, it ends up being our favorite of the short-lived genre.
The last week saw four new family or co-op games make room on our hard drives and into our hearts. Some found more lasting places there than others.
Spoiler Alert: This feature will discuss RiME’s unforgettable story at length. It’s absolutely best enjoyed by playing it first. If you haven’t played it yet, bookmark us, and come back […]
Supermassive Games inadvertently made an awesome party game out of 2015’s Until Dawn, and their next game, August’s Man of Medan, is going a step further into the co-op space.
It’s likely if your house plays host to Stranger Things fans, those fans have already completed their binge of the third season of Netflix’s dare I say flagship original series. […]
We’re back with another weekly recap of all the family-appropriate games we played this week. A quieter and more contentious week than the debut the week before, these last seven […]
Few things make my six-year-old son laugh more than absurdist humor. It’s my go-to when I really want to watch him struggle to keep his drink in his mouth and […]
Hey, look! Another new feature! Along with reviews of new releases and the Family Game of the Week (click here for the debut), I’m introducing The Week Together, a weekly […]
When I started Game Together, it was primarily because I felt too few gaming outlets give any attention to the games made for families. I love gaming with my son […]
Getting out ahead of the E3 news avalanche, THQ Nordic this week announced three new games. It seems the launch of this blog was perfectly timed, because one game they […]
If you’re reading this, I finally published something on this site I bought last fall. I started Game Together for several reasons. For one, after almost a decade of writing about games online, the last several of which I’ve spent writing 140+ reviews, I was no longer content with filling my schedule with thousands of words on the subject of […]