NeoGAFs Kent Brockman
While co-op games have certainly been fading in popularity ever since the days of PS3 and Xbox 360, the genre is experiencing a resurgence of sorts – thanks to successful releases like It Takes Two. There are a ton of promising co-op games coming in the near future from big-name publishers and developers such as Gotham Knights, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, and Saints Row among others.
Also on the horizon are a number of promising experiences from budding indie developers, some of which we have highlighted in this feature series; games like BURNING LANDS, and others. Today, we will be looking at yet another co-op game from a small development studio by the name of 314 Arts, titled Projekt Z. It’s a game with many promising aspects and a ton of moving parts, so we will be taking an in-depth look at it and try to understand what exactly makes it click.