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Submitted by KumaKreations 597d ago | opinion piece

KKEnt’s Thought: Partners in Games. The Good, The Bad and the WTF?

Kuma wrote: It comes to that one question and it is, “Would you battle forces solo or with a partner?” I’ve been experiencing this sort of gaming starting from the 80’s till present. There has been a big transition from playing two player on one screen to now which almost every game can be played privately together in different rooms. I believe it is a lot safer now because when your player 2 or 1 does something really stupid you can just knock them over the head with the controller or tell them to leave! That time is still there, but on a rare occasion. I am here to talk about those few times where it was good, it at times turned bad and other times made me go what the f**k you doing? (DC Universe Online, PS3, Resident Evil 5, Xbox 360)

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