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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 491d ago | opinion piece

Pixelitis Picks: Games that can break friendships

“A friend in need is a friend indeed.” It’s a nice axiom, but one that often can get thrown to the wayside in the heat of the most intense gaming sessions when we play with our friends.

Co-operative and versus modes in a game can provide many a joyous occasion, and oftentimes enhances the experience. It only takes one troll attempt or cheap shot, however, to sully the entertainment.

Allow us to reflect on a couple of games that have made us (or our friends) rage against each other due to our competitive (or cooperative) nature. Those looking to make friends via playing games may want to be wary of any of the following titles.

- Pixelitis Staff (Culture, GameCube, Kirby's Dream Course, PS3, Retro, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket Powered Battle Cars, The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords)

boybato  +   490d ago
fighting games and mmorpgs?

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