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Submitted by RGDfleet 94d ago | opinion piece

Sofa Sharers: Back To Business

It’s back to business this week for Sofa Sharers; after a couple of weeks of unusual editions, including a fantastic interview with Housemarque, the original format is back in action. Which means we’ve got a look back at some of the best split-screen games ever, the Call of Duty franchise. Plus, Andy McDonald recounts his time with Mario Kart, which is probably the best split-screen game ever, then a look around at what local co-op gaming has to offer here and now. Let’s get to it! (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Culture, Mario Kart, Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, TowerFall Ascension)

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