Saturday Suggestion – Video Games for Lovers

I’ve designated this week to Valentine’s Day. On Monday, I shared my top 5 waifus from anime (mostly). Today, I want to share 5 video games for lovers, couples, and those of us just looking for some fun two-player options. I decided to focus mainly on games I’ve played with others that were fun, so there’s definitely tons of other games like shooters that aren’t mentioned on this list that would be fun to play with two people! Check out my picks below!

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Catherine: Full Body

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Our indecisive protagonist, Vincent, has been with his long-time girlfriend, Katherine, for five years. But instead of taking the next step into marriage, Vincent finds himself in an affair with the provocative blonde bombshell, Catherine! Thrown into discord by his own infidelity, he finds solace in the innocent Rin – further complicating matters. Adding to Vincent’s dilemma, he begins having nightmares that force him to climb for his life… Will he survive the trials and tribulations of love, or fall to temptations? — Catherine the Game

  • PS4
  • Platform game, Action-adventure game
  • Local Co-Op or Versus
  • Rated M for Mature 17+
  • Perfect for couples who love puzzles and (sometimes) team work.
  • PS4: $49.99 from Amazon**

Just Dance Now

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Photo by Gabriel Santos Fotografia from Pexels

Instantly access the world of Just Dance. Play the world’s favorite dance video game without a videogame console! All it takes to turn any room into a crazy dancefloor is an internet-connected screen and a smartphone to use as a controller! Experiencing the fantastic world of Just Dance has never been so easy and fun!

 — Just Dance Now

  • Android, iOS
  • Rhythm game, Dance game
  • Local Co-Op
  • Rated E for Everyone
  • Perfect for couples who love to dance to current and past hits.
  • FREE!

Minecraft

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Mojang

  • PS4, XBox One, Switch, PC & more
  • Sandbox game, Survival game, Open world
  • Game to game multiplayer, Server multiplayer, Local Co-Op
  • Rated E for Everyone
  • Perfect for couples who love to build, create, and survive together.
  • PS4: $29.83 from Amazon**
  • XBoxOne: $29.99 from Amazon**
  • Switch: $28.499 from Amazon**

Overcooked 2

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Overcooked returns with a brand-new helping of chaotic cooking action! Journey back to the Onion Kingdom and assemble your team of chefs in classic couch co-op or online play for up to four players. Hold onto your aprons… it’s time to save the world again! — Steam

  • PS4, XBox One, Switch, PC & more
  • Simulation game, Adventure game
  • Local Co-Op
  • Rated E for Everyone
  • Perfect for couples who want to conquer “Divorce Kitchen” with teamwork and communication.
  • PS4: $29.99 from Amazon**
  • XBoxOne: $29.99 from Amazon**
  • Switch: $39.49 from Amazon**

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime

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Explore a neon galaxy in your very own battleship in this 1- to 4-player couch co-op adventure. — Steam

  • PS4, XBox One, Switch, & PC
  • Simulation game, Action game
  • Local Co-Op or Versus
  • Rated E for Everyone
  • Perfect for couples who love (or need to work on) teamwork and communication with the simple gameplay.

What video games would you recommend for couples? Let me know in the comments!

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11 thoughts on “Saturday Suggestion – Video Games for Lovers

  1. Stardew Valley co-op! I started a farm with my girlfriend. As much as I loved the game by myself, it’s way better with a friend (aside from cutscene/time issues that occasionally happen).

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  2. Slightly different tone, a little less…romantic…but uh, my ex and I played resident evil 5 a lot! Whether the implied bond between the characters was anything more than the intensity of the situation…who can say. But was a great game to play together.

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