Violent Couch Co-Op
Games provide us the option of taking a breather and just having a good old time. Not every game out there will be an “experience”, but rather an enjoyable, fun-filled and minimal brain-usage extravaganza.
Not every gamer out there will play and play and play until their thumbs are worn down to the very bone. They don’t play everything, but still enjoy that which they play, be it a Wii game, a bullet barrage or rhythm-fest.
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A game that’s testament to be an absolute blast, but has a very little complexity in terms of story is Rayman Origins. It’s fun and if you’re a bunch of people playing, I can guarantee that four players playing at one will infuse the sense of an upcoming migraine or acid-trip. (In a good way.)
Gaming with a bunch of friends can prove to be a remarkable sight. The reactions a single fighting game can provide from different individuals is priceless. Anger, laughter, frustration, confusion, bafflement by gratuitous violence and genuine happiness. The game that proved that recently was Mortal Kombat from 2011. Playing with four people in teams of two was an interesting witnessing. Not everyone enjoyed every battle, and the game was even called “shit” due to the lack of success, but everyone kept on playing and trying just one more time. The desire to succeed or just have fun among a bunch of people is admirable.
It’s a fact; games provide facial expressions and yelling ibex sounds from people you know, that you never knew they were even capable of.
My question to you this week is the about games you’ve played alongside or against friends, be it couch co-op or a LAN. What game(s) provided you with unforgettable memories?