There is a massive list of monsters to kill for this achievement. Are these rare monster spawns completely random in the world or are there set locations that I should look? If so, has anyone compiled a list?
[Side note: I noticed this achievement when my buddy got it in Co-OP and I did not - As I was not by him at the time. Be sure to be near your co-op buddy when you down the rare]
Yes. These monsters only appear in certain areas, but they are not guaranteed to appear every time.
Most of the otherwise non-randomoverworld has this - non-random terrain, with randomization variables; monsters and dungeons that may or may not appear.
her here; Ch. 7 Smash TV - Break 11 test chamber monitors - You know what he's got too many of? Monitors! Loads of 'em Co-Op Achievements Completion Achievements You will get these achievements... GLaDOS in front of a camera in each of the five co-op courses - No explanation needed Rock Portal Scissors - Win 3 co-op games of rock-paper-scissors in a row - Good luck! Friends List With Benefits - While playing co-op, hug 3 different people on your friends list - Awwww
In LittleBigPlanet Karting, is it possible for two people (on one PS3) to create/edit a track together in co-op multiplayer? I have been unable to find a way.
Possible Duplicate: Does Multiplayer improve loot or just increase the amount of enemies and loot drops from them? Now when it's said that loot quality is better when playing co-op, does that mean the best guns will only be found in co-op? It really comes down to two things. Is loot equal in quality between the two but harder to find the best stuff solo? Are guns dropped in co-op actually better than single because of the increased difficulty?
Lego Batman has a "Sidekick" achievement, for completing a level in co-op. I don't have anyone I want to call on to play with me, so I'm looking to complete it myself. (In the same way, I completed the equivalent "Aye-aye, captain!" achievement from Lego Pirates of the Carribean on Port Royale.) What's a good level to do this on? It would be one where most of the puzzles / tasks can......), and where the second character warps to me when I switch rooms, so I don't need to navigate the room with each character separately (so I don't have to keep switching controllers).
I have downloaded the Portal 2 DLC from the PSN and then installed the DLC onto my system. When I go to play the game, the only new thing in any of the menus is "Download Free DLC" in the main menu. When I choose that, it says "there are no new items to purchase". When I go into co-op, the new area that is supposed to be open is not. I have completed both the single player and co-op parts of the game. Anyone have any idea why I can't access the DLC?
Whenever I try to join a game, campaign, or co-op I sometimes click the BF3 Icon thing and it looks normal but after a short period of time it freezes. If I dont click on it, it will just do the same thing. The screen will go white for both ways after a period of time. I just finished installing everything, and did the punkbuster setup with adding the game to the list.
I will buy a XBOX 360 FPS game for my brother for Christmas. Because we play oft together, I would like to buy a FPS which supports co-op offline playing. We have had a lot of fun with COD MW2, COD World At War (a little bit frustrating that it didn't save our progress in co-op mode though). I am looking into a series of lists, but the problem is that they always consider online co-op, which is not what we want. Do you know any lists of Xbox 360 FPS games with offline co-op mode?
When purchasing ammo at the ammo box in co-op, will other players also receive the ammo?
Is it possible to activate stereoscopic 3D in co-op in Epic Mickey 2 on XBox 360?