When did online co-op become such a big deal? It’s as if game developers have forgotten about the simple joys that playing against someone in the same room can bring. Well we haven’t forgotten, and have dug around for co-op games that don’t need the damn internet. Our definition of co-op is any game that forces its players to work together towards a common goal. Let’s get right to it.
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Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers — NES
This is a classic, through and through. Like many games of the NES era, Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers was defined by it’s pixel-perfect platforming, catchy music and candy-coloured graphics. Also, I believe this was the first co-op game that let you pick up your partner and chuck them into a cactus.
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