Is it possible to activate stereoscopic 3D in co-op in Epic Mickey 2 on XBox 360?
network outside of Xbox Live? Additionally, if there are multiple ways to engage in co-op play, do the types of co-op play available vary depend on which method is utilized? ie. Campaign co-op is only available through xbox live, but you can run around with a friend blowing stuff up in couch co-op. ...I realize the answers to this may differ depending on which platform the game is being played on. I'm interested in the Xbox 360 version myself, but if people know for the other platforms, feel free
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?
Possible Duplicate: Can we play Portal 2 co-op on one iMac? According to this article and this steam forum thread, it's possible to set up a split-screen co-op in Portal 2 on the PC. To clarify: This is having 2 people on one PC with the same steam instance of Portal 2 both controlling their own character in the co-op campaign mode of the game. It's not supported out of the box by the menu interface. However, many have apparently gotten this to work by having either an XBox 360 PC USB controller or a gamepad controller that is configured to emulate one. The original forum post
In Forza Motorsport 3 for the XBox 360, the only place where I can see a "Splitscreen" option is in the single race mode. Can I start an offline, splitscreen co-op career mode?
Has anyone had any luck playing portal 2 offline co-op on Mac? My controls are messed up for controller 2 (xbox controllers) and it seems like it's not only my problem. Any tips on how to get it working?
I've been playing co-op Guitar Hero 3 on my Xbox 360 recently and have noticed something a bit odd. I have two guitar controllers, the Les Paul that came with Guitar Hero 3 and the Xplorer that came with Guitar Hero 2. The Xplorer always seems to perform worse, no matter who is playing it. A lot of the time, when you to hit a note the flame graphic on the note shows but the "clunk" sound for missing a note plays as well. I just did an experiment with the two guitars in single player. Same song, same difficulty. With the Les Paul I got 99%, 200+ note streak and only missed three notes
In gears of war 3 for the xbox 360 how do i see what levels i have completed on arcade and at what diffculty ? I know on the level select menu it shows the stars for highest diffculty you have completed the level on from any mode and people in the bottom right corner to show the largest co-op group you have completed it on but i cant see any arcade specific stats, are they elsewhere ?
On the XBox 360 version of Lost Planet 2, each screen in splitscreen co-op mode only takes up a quarter of the screen, with the other quarter being taken up by each player's minimap. Is there any way to change this, or is it an inherent flaw in the game? Does the PC version have this limitation?
I recently got the game (thank you humble bundle), and I was going through the settings and this caught my eye: Question is, what is it? What does it do? On the main page it has an option to create a co-op game already, so why do I have a separate option to enable a "Co-op Partner Locator"?