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Submitted by gaminglives 664d ago | opinion piece

In Search Of Local Co-Op

GamingLives bemoans the lack of local co-op in games nowadays.

"There was however, a rather entertaining evening playing Trials HD. A near juxtaposition, perhaps, but the reason I enjoyed it was not because of the game, but, rather, the people I was playing it with. It’s not like I was succeeding in anything that I’d never managed to do before. They weren’t even levels that I’d never beaten before, but because of the fact that I was playing them with people that I enjoyed being around, who were good fun to play with, I enjoyed the game far more than I ever did alone." (Culture)

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