Weekend Q&A — 17 Oct 2010
In this week’s installment: BioShock pumpkin, the best split-screen co-op story, GTA: San Andreas, Pixar’s Up, Borderlands and Fable III.
Hit the jump for all the Qs and As.
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Q: best split screen co-op story
A: A tough one! I’m sceptical there is any objective answer to this, but let me tell you my own preferences. Personally, I like Left 4 Dead. It has a very bare-bones plot that serves as the framework for the story you and your teammate(s) weave through your actions. The game’s design facilitates you to live through a classic zombie story with all the chaos, horror, wondering and hopelessness this entails.
Q: how to split screen in grand theft auto sanandreas
A: You can’t. The co-op is same-screen only.
Q: ninja gaiden xbox coop splitscreen
A: No, single player only. Ninja Gaiden II on the Xbox 360 is also single player only. On the PS3 Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 has online co-op, but no split-screen.
Q: Pixar’s up split screen co-op
A: No, the co-op is same-screen only.
A: No, the split-screen feature is for two players only, but up to four can play online or via LAN/System Link.
Q: split screen co-op play in fable III
A: There will be no split-screen option, but there will be offline co-op for two players on the same screen.