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Submitted by rbailey 654d ago | opinion piece

5 Annoying Scenarios of Local Multiplayer Gaming

Tom Skidmore of TheKoalition writes:
When you’re playing games with other people, there is always a high possibility that arguments will occur. Sometimes these disputes could be over who gets to be what character and some can even extend to accusations over cheating. With all that said, I felt the need to address these issues further. Below are my 5 annoying scenarios of local multiplayer gaming. (Goldeneye, PS3, Street Fighter x Tekken, Super Smash Bros., Wii, Xbox 360)

ICANPLAYGAMES2  +   654d ago
I like local-multi play, but honestly not one of those things are annoying to me, and the one thing that does bother me isn't even mentioned, which I guess relates loosely to the first 2 points. I generally don't care what player people get, but I won't let anyone use my personal controller, (I even have extra official ones so that everyone has the same) because everyone seems to suffer from the same ailment greasy, clammy, filthy, oily crust covered hands (what is that $#!t, and don't these filthy @$$ mutha-f*$#@*'s wash their hands?). Nothing irks me more, than getting your controller back and having that filth transfer to your hands, ughh. Sorry, for the french.
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TotalSynthesisX  +   654d ago
1) That's an unwritten rule of gaming; if you go to a friend's house, they have the right to be Player 1. The only exception is when you bring a game over that they've never played; then you can be Player 1.

2) If that's so much of a problem, bring your own controller.

3) That makes you a stingy little sh**.

4) Use your "own" character and quit the b****ing.

5) Why complain about screen cheating when you can do it as well? It makes the game more frantic and fun, in my opinion. Spending five minutes running around the map trying to find your friend is boring anyway.
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