Recommend Local Multiplayer FPS or RPG

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Aug 8, 2010
  1. JustChillin1414
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    I'm looking for any FPS or RPG wii games (Wiiware or Disk games) that have local multiplayer. Can you recommend any?
     
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    Tales of symphonia 2 has local multiplayer, though only in the battles. As for FPS, I'd say Red steel 1 and Metroid prime 2. Don't know whether the wii version has the local multiplayer or not.
     
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    Quantum of Solace is a fun split-screen FPS.
     
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    Agreed. The game is a lot better than people say it is >_>
     
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    I'd wait a few months to get either Call of Duty: Black Ops, Conduit 2, or Goldeneye007.
    They all are going to have splitscreen.
     
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    Secret of Mana has coop, Tales in battles, like said earlier.

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare also has coop (with 1 actually moving around). I can really recommend all the railshooters, had a lot of fun with those with others. Especially House of the Dead: Overkill. Not sure if you'd count those as FPS though.
     
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    The resident evil chronicles games!!!! They have awesome multi-player.
     
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    @ZeroTM Tried Tales of Symphonia before and didn't really like it, I prefer spectrobes for that type of multiplayer. As for RS and MP2 I liked MP2's multiplayer, but for non fantasy shooters, I like Medal of Honor: Vanguard better.
    @fudgenuts64 and SFenton I'll try that game out soon [​IMG]
    @WiiThoko I'm actually really excited for those games to come out
    @commdante I'm gonna try Secret of Mana, but I'm not really a fan of railshooters [​IMG]
    @ChuckBartowski I'll try those game out too, which one of those games did you like best?
     
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    It's not split screen though, is it? [​IMG]
     
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    I like darkside chronicles quite a bit. They are not very long, so you might end up getting the other anyway. Also, the graphics are quite amazing for a wii game.
     
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    Yeah it is. And it's not nearly as bad as people paint it to be, it's just a CoD4 engine with a cover system that works pretty well. I had fun playing it.

    I'll go with Chuck and recommend some light gun shooters. House of the Dead: Overkill and Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles are probably the best.
     

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