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Hi I’m shotgunblast97 and in my blog today I am going to Discuss my opinion on the use of co-op in gaming and also things such as the games I’m playing, my most anticipated games and the books I’m reading . So let get onto the main part of this blog.
Co-op In gaming
Do you remember the first game that you played on split-screen ? I do it was streets of rage 2 which by the time I played it, it had been Released about 9 years ago but even with the game being quite old and a generation behind I still loved every minute of it. The reason for this was because of the use of co-op, which was a concept that I had not experienced yet and when I did, I found I enjoyed the game so much more than I had when I played it in single player, this game started my love of Co-op In gaming and so today I am going to write about 3 games that I think have got Co-op right.( I am keeping it to games released this generation. So that I can limit my choices and also show that there is still games doing good Co-op)
I think that borderlands is one of the few games that really understood how important co-op was for the players enjoyment of the game, this is because its characters classes seemed to work very well together and it gave the players a whole world that they could explore together. It also is one of the games that included split-screen, which unlike a lot games actually works. Also who doesn't love the idea of going all mad max with one of their friends. This game made me forget of some of the problems in the game just because of the Co-op
Gears of War 2
Gears of war 2 was one of the games that I have spent the more time online than any other but this wasn't because of the Competitive multiplayer but because of the Co-op modes, Most people will know the reason for this and that reason is horde mode this simple but addicting premise of fighting wave after wave of locust kept me playing this game for almost three years, It also made gears of war 2 the first game that I ever bought Map-packs for. The game also had a split screen mode and would allow you to play the whole campaign with a buddy all these features made me play this game far longer than I would have without it and also was the only reason why I kept paying for Xbox live.
Splinter cell Conviction
I don't thing people talk enough about how well this game done co-op since along with the multiplayer modes such as hunter and last stand it also had a complete co-op campaign which acted as a prologue to main game, which was such a cool idea and i hope that the sequel blacklist does something similar ( Even though so far Blacklist looks like it may be straying even further from its roots).
On a side note do you remember how cool conviction looked in 2007, I still kinda wish we got that game.
Closing thoughts on co-op
Even though there is many other game with good co-op I think that these 3 games show how good a modern game can included co-op if you disagree with this list please mention it in the comment section as I would like to hear what game you would included in your own list.
Also this is kinda unrelated but does anyone know how to get Neverwinter nights 1 (Diamond Edition working on windows 7 mine goes to the splash screen and then nothing happens after that. So if anyone could give me help that would be much appreciated.
Whats In the Disk tray
In this segment i am going to discuss what games I am playing and give you me first impression of them.
Yes I know it has being out a long time but I am just getting round to it. I am half way through the game and I'm already regretting not playing it sooner its graphic, immersion and game play are all excellent. I think rockstar have nailed the western setting, which is something i don't think has been done before or at least this good
So far I am only 3 hours into the game and it I am loving it. I thought the cinematic introduction was beautifully done and made me excited for the game. Also the prologue chapter was very well done and got me very interested into the characters I've also really enjoyed the technique of putting a timer on my making of a decision and also how the choices I make seem to affect how a event plays out.
Originally I wrote A segment on the books I am reading I will maybe later on edit this blog and put it back in. So hope you enjoyed this article and please leave any Criticisms or thoughts on the comment section as I would be interested to read them