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    • thorgalle
      Top reader this weekScoutScribe
      8 months ago

      "Realistically, the percentage of players who will play a local co-op or competitive mode in your game is small unless you are making a sports or party game," Roberts concludes. "However, on a personal level I still think nothing beats the feeling of playing a game together next to each other."

      I’ve recently been enjoying Borderlands on Switch in split-screen with my partner. It’s great that some developers and designers still take the plunge (or re-release old successful titles), because it’s a special experience!