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[–] selpai 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Your mom. We do a lot of things together

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[–] Heli0s 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Please join us at /v/SoapboxBanhammer and /v/BannedFromSBBH

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[–] ChillyHellion [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Always remember to wrap up your joystick.

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[–] Rakosman 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I co-op with a group of friends that I know in person; often during LAN parties. I find it boring to play the same game for too long, so I never stick with something online to be up to par with people I might play with. Though even the couple of MMOs I've played I rarely had "in game" friends.

Incidentally, I've been really disappointed with the quality of co-op games in the last few years. What happened to campaign co-op? Even the staples like Halo have become "okay" games - though, that's a problem with the game, not the co-op; Halo remains an excellent example of how co-op should work.

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[–] ChillyHellion [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

That's a good point about playing with friends you know IRL: they're usually about the same relative skill level at a new game, whereas playing online can be a little daunting depending on the game. I remember fumbling around Splinter Cell: Blacklist a lot more with my buddies than the handful of times I tried (and failed) to do well online. The playerbase in that game is very skilled.

There's been a handful of co-op games, but it does feel like a light year for co-op. Rainbow Six: Siege will be out (minus campaign, unfortunately). A new Rockband and Guitar Hero are on the horizon if you like music games. Payday 2 recently had a re-release for current gen consoles, and Castle Crashers had a remaster as well. SMITE is out for consoles and has a variety of co-op modes. Halo 5 looks to feature more of a team-based co-op, which should be interesting since it sounds similar to the squad based gameplay of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier or Rainbow Six. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 will have co-op campaign, which is something they haven't had since World at War. So there are still some good co-op games coming out this year, they're just a little further under the radar than usual.

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[–] Rakosman 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

A point against playing with friends is that we all have a fairly predicable relative skill level so when we play competitively the score board will almost always be the same rankings on any particular game.

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[–] Heli0s 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I also co-op with your mom.

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[–] ChillyHellion [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Someome beat you to this one. I'm afraid you'll have to bring your own four-port adapter.

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[–] ChillyHellion [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I usually play with a small group of buddies that I know in real life. I have met some cool people online, but we never seem to stay in touch for long. My brother is my usual co-op buddy, but our group includes our cousin, brother-in-law, and a few friends that we know offline. I like to play with strangers when no one else is online, but there's nothing better to me than playing co-op with a group of buddies you know.