Well, if they make the maps big enough and go for something closer to a battlefield game than halo deathmatch, then I won't worry about that aspect. Getting 8 people to play well together through a full campaign online sounds about as easy as getting 8 people to play some D&D without one of those dipshits trying to munchkin things up.
I think I heard the sound of the Killzone 2 development team shitting their pants in unison when this article came out. Unless they can get their game out well in advance of Resistance 2, it just became irrelevant.
Seems like the argument against 8-player co-op is "my friends suck", and while I agree with that sentiment I am also glad we have the opportunity to give it a try. Beats "this game don't got no co-op" complaints.
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I would agree if I were a normal person, but I'm not normal. I'm a completion whore and the thought that there's a tasty campaign that would require me to rely on other people to complete is frustrating to me. FFT for the psp is pissing me off right now for this very reason, because to get the onion knight shit I need to do the multiplayer battles and I know nobody else that has this game. It doesn't matter that the onion knight is complete ass, I am broken and I need that gear.
I would agree if I were a normal person, but I'm not normal. I'm a completion whore and the thought that there's a tasty campaign that would require me to rely on other people to complete is frustrating to me.
It requires 2 people offline or 2-8 players online. Just because 8 people can play it together doesn't mean you have to go through it with 8 people. I'm sure you'll be able to find 1 person either online or offline to play that campaign with.