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The (beta) Ultimate "did Cohh play such and such?" list.

Games Cohh has played (that we have Playlists or First Play dates on file for), with links to playlists (if available), currently tracking 1205 games!

You can optionally filter the games by one genre and/or one theme.

Baring platform exclusives, Cohh will generally have played a given Title on PC, but we list all platforms that the Game is on. Note: we auto add Cohh's Epic Affiliate code (COHH) to all outbound Epic Links.

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A - 1 Game

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Atlas Reactor

Atlas Reactor is a 4v4 team-based tactical/strategic PvP game that uses simultaneous turns with 4 action phases during combat. Prep -> Dash -> Blast -> Move. Players can't Move after a Dash action. The players on both teams are given 20 seconds to choose an action each turn that is then played out in order. Prep and Blast actions are shown individually for a better idea of what has happened during their phases. Dash and Move actions are shown simultaneously during their phases.

First Play: 2016/02/24

B - 1 Game

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Brotato

Brotato is a top-down arena shooter roguelite where you play a potato wielding up to 6 weapons at a time to fight off hordes of aliens.

E - 1 Game

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Everspace

Everspace is an action-focused single-player space shooter with rock solid 6DOF controls combining roguelike elements with top-notch visuals and a captivating non-linear story as well as VR support in the final version.

First Play: 2017/11/20

Playlists

H - 1 Game

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Hokuto no Ken 2: Seikimatsu Kyuuseishu Densetsu

Hokuto no Ken 2: Seikimatsu Kyuuseishu Densetsu is a side-scrolling action game for the Family Computer released by Toei Animation on April 17, 1987. It served as a tie-in to the anime series of the same name, being released a few days after the airing of its fifth episode. A version for the Nintendo Entertainment System was released by Taxan in North America under the title of Fist of the North Star on April 1989, making it the earliest Hokuto no Ken tie-in product released outside Japan. Before release, the NES version was shown in the Summer Consumer Electronics Show in 1988 under the title of Ken the Great Bear Fist, Toei's proposed localized title for the series. Because the game was produced at the same time as the Hokuto no Ken 2 anime series entered production, certain plot details differ from both, the manga and anime. Most notably, the renegade Gento Kō Ken masters from the anime, Taiga and Boltz, co-exists as enemy characters alongside Jakō's sons from the manga, Jask and Sheeno, while Bronza, a character exclusive to this game, serves as the General of the Red Light in place of Shoki, who filled the same role in the anime. While Shoki himself never appears in the game, his death at the hands of Sheeno is acknowledged in the official strategy guide. The game only covers the Tentei story arc, with a bonus stage featuring the Nameless Asura as a hidden final boss.

First Play: 2018/09/27

M - 1 Game

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MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries

In MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries you will adopt the role of a rookie MechWarrior pilot thrust into combat as the Third Succession War continues to fracture the Inner Sphere. Take contracts from the factions of your choosing and engage in tactical, first-person, PvE ‘Mech combat through an immersive, career-based Mercenary campaign driven by player choice. Victory, prestige, and profit will not only require skill on the battlefield, but in the acquisition, maintenance, and enhancement of your BattleMechs. Set for release in 2018, MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries is under development by a dedicated development team at Piranha Games. MechWarrior Online, Piranha’s existing F2P multiplayer-focused tactical ‘Mech combat game, will continue its ongoing live development by the MWO team at Piranha.

First Play: 2019/12/10

Playlists

T - 2 Games

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection contains thirteen previously released video games from the Arcade, Nintendo Entertainment System, Super NES, Sega Genesis, and the Game Boy. This collection is a great place for gamers to experience these popular titles on Steam.

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They Always Run

Become Aidan, a three-armed mutant who hunts the most dangerous bounties in the galaxy. Catch, slice, dice and destroy enemies in this exciting 2D platformer with a space-western setting.

W - 3 Games

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Wall World

Explore the mysterious Wall World on your giant robospider: mine for valuable resources, upgrade your equipment to fight off hordes of monsters, and discover exotic biomes in-between attacks. Will you be able to survive and learn the secrets of the Wall World?

First Play: 2023/02/11

Playlists

Videos

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Wolfstride

Winning the Ultimate Mech Tournament takes tactical skills to defeat opponents in epic GIANT MECH BATTLES and strategic savvy to repair and upgrade your Mech with the shiniest engines the world has seen. But you gotta pay up! Hit the streets to take any jobs the mysterious locals have to offer.

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Worldless

Worldless is a stylised 2D Adventure Platformer with turn-based combat and a mind-bending, interpretative narrative. Players will walk the line between physical and astral planes within a shapeless world, embarking on a journey of self-growth and understanding.