Valentine’s Day is the one day out of the year that you really show the special person in your life just how much they mean to you. After dinner when the cards, candies and flowers have been exchanged, instead of a movie, why not surprise your Valentine with a night of cooperative fun video games. Create some special moments together that you won’t soon forget with these fun cooperative games on Valentine’s Day.
Explore the Kanto region with your Valentine in Pokémon: Let’s Go
Pokémon Let’s Go mixes classic Pokémon with modern Pokémon GO gameplay mechanics that makes it fun for everyone to enjoy. What makes this game a great co-op game for a fun Valentine’s Day is that the enemies don’t double or become harder with a second player. In fact, you double team opponents and take them out with ease.
Just by shaking a second Joy-Con controller, you and your Valentine can team up and explore the Kanto region. While there, you can face off against other trainers and catch Pokémon together. By the time the night is over, you and your Valentine will be coordinating moves together and catching more Pokémon than you can shake a stick at.
Stun, slam, and vacuum up ghosts together in Luigi’s Mansion 3
Luigi and friends are enjoying an all expenses paid trip in a luxury hotel resort when all of a sudden his friends go missing. You and your Valentine will enjoy some of the best co-op action in recent memory as you play as Luigi and his all-green doppelganger Gooigi. Together you will uncover secrets around every corner, uncover gems, and discover hidden doorways—all while searching for your friends.
Having a second player playing as Gooigi is fun and working together to solve puzzles will bring smiles to both of your faces.
Work together with your Valentine chef in Overcooked
You and your Valentine chef will have oodles of fun as you gather, chop, cook and plate some of your favourite dishes in Overcooked. You’ll work together to complete orders as you visit the many different stations in your kitchen. What really makes this cooperative game fun for you and your Valentine is the obstacles you’ll face in the kitchen.
Sometimes your kitchen will be separated by a crosswalk with pedestrians getting in the way. Other times, you’ll find your kitchen split between two trucks going down the highway. If you and your Valentine are looking for more challenge and fun, turn up the heat with Overcooked 2. It throws in moving walkways, portals, and other obstacles to ramp up the difficulty. You can’t go wrong with either of these games on Valentine’s Day.
Team up to rescue Princess Peach in New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe
No Valentine’s Day list would be complete without Mario. New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe includes two classic 2D Mario games in one. That means you get all 164 stages from New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U. You and your Valentine will have nothing but fun while you race your way together to the end of levels all the while collecting coins, power ups and stomping baddies.
To make things even better, you can your Valentine can play as Nabbit whenever you want. Nabbit allows you to easily sneak past enemies and snatch items up without ever being seen. And, for those looking to play as Peach, you can use Toadette’s brand-new Super Crown power-up. Not only does Toadette look like Princess Peach, you can double jump and float over obstacles just like she can.
Fend off hordes of enemies together with your Valentine in Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville
Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is a colourful world, which beautifully incorporates cooperative play that you and your Valentine will enjoy. You and your Valentine will use everything from giant peas to footballs as ammo against your opponents. You and your Valentine can play co-op in the story mode as well as the free-roam mode where you have to find collectables and work together to complete short missions.
However, you and your Valentine will have the most fun in both Garden Ops and Graveyard Ops modes. In these modes, you and your Valentine team up to defeat increasingly difficult waves of enemies. And, once you defeat the end boss, you and your Valentine are largely rewarded with loot. Communication is key between you and your Valentine for success, end the evening with a chest full of loot! Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville won’t disappoint.
Laugh your butts off with LEGO Marvel Collection
The LEGO Marvel Collection is perhaps one of the best cooperative games on Valentine’s Day to play for a fun. This collection of three games brings all your favourite Marvel heroes together and is filled with countless hours of exploration, challenges, puzzles, and story missions for you and your Valentine.
And, don’t forget the classic LEGO humour that the series is known for. You and your Valentine will be laughing so hard by the end of the night you both be in tears. All three games include pick-up-and-play gameplay, so there is no need to worry about complicated button presses or combinations. Time will fly by as you and your Valentine play as your favourite Marvel Superheroes in LEGO Marvel Collection.
Fun cooperative games on Valentine’s Day
There you have it! Our list of fun cooperative games on Valentine’s Day that you and your loved one will enjoy. What are some other games that you and your loved one like to play on Valentine’s Day? Let me know in the comments section below.