There appears to be a disturbing trend in video games recently – a lack of competitive split-screen. This has come to the attention of many since it was announced that Halo 5: Guardians will not have split-screen multiplayer. Through reading online comments, Toby can say that he is not alone in saying that the best Halo experiences were playing it with your family and friends, crammed around the television, laughing in their face as chaos ensues. Now people all over the world have spent a ludicrous amount of money on four controllers for their Xbox One, and for what? Back in the day we were given competitive split-screen in games that didn’t need it (Metroid Prime 2, he is looking at you), but now game developers seem less and less enthused with the mode.