A Way Out isn't your typical indie game. It's unique, ambitious and from a highly reputable developer which could very well be proof that 'EA Originals' is more than just fluff.
Wasn't Mirror's Edge: Catalyst proof of that
EA has many, many, many great originals. It's the sequels that they ruin.
I would say that this game is at the top of my most anticipated because of how unique it is. Can't get here soon enough.
Is that Uncharted 4s prison level?
Me n my brother are looking forward to this game ,offline co op ;)
You're right. I'm 38 and my brothers and I grew up on couch co op.
To say this is a thing of the past is a right and a wrong way to look at it.
Switch is making local Co op cool again.
I can't wait to play this with my baby bro)(33) on the sofa.
same with me and my brother but now he has a wife (shes not into gaming and she hates it) but luckily I have a bf who does play games (Sports and racing) but he tries to play other games with me (not very good but he will do haha)
I still would love couch co-op games, Loved Resistance, Halo, Gears, Timesplitters, Obscure and so on (the memories with my bro)
Well Electronic Arts for a very long time has actually always been pretty good I'd partnering up with these type of teams.
Anybody remember shadow of the Damned? Good game right there. Or when they published all of Valve's games on console
A lot of their support is sort of Hit or Miss, but I definitely still like that they're open to partnering with these teams to at least try to build their portfolio.
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