Ok, now that everyone's calmed down, we can have a cool, rational conversation, right?
This week, Adam takes on one of everyone's favorite topics; multiplayer. This aspect of gaming has added so much to our experiences, but it may have gotten a bit out of hand. It appears that a lot of games add on multiplayer as an afterthought, hoping to extend the playability and sales of the final product. Adam takes them to task, explaining that the resources they put into multiplayer would be more welcomed if worked on the single player experience -- tightening up the controls or fine-tuning the gameplay.
What do you think? Do you have a large collection of games that you play online regularly? Or do you just stick with the big three and forget that many of the other games you own even have a multiplayer aspect to them?
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