Best Overall: Borderlands 2
The first Borderlands game, which was made by Gearbox Software and put out by 2K Games in 2009, is a classic that you can’t miss. Everything about the second movie is better. This open-world role-playing game gives you a wide range of weapons and lets you explore the world as one of four different characters, each with their own set of skills and way with weapons.
In the game, you get missions and tasks from NPCs that help you build your character and learn how to use your weapons. Even though you can play the game by yourself, it’s more fun when you play with another person via split-screen. But don’t think that adding another player to Borderlands 2 will make things easier. The game automatically changes how hard the enemies are to fight based on how many people are playing at once.
Overall, Borderlands 2 is a fun game if you like the idea of running around in a post-apocalyptic world ruled by a big company and full of chaos.
Best Puzzle: Portal 2
Does it excite you to figure out how to handle a tough situation? Then try Portal 2 with a friend. It’s one of the best puzzle platformers ever made. It was made by the geniuses at Valve and came out in 2011. It’s a mix of dark humour and portal manipulation, and the cooperative mode lets two players take on the roles of ATLAS and P-body.
As two robots, you have to work together to get through five different sets of test chambers. You can move around the Aperture Science Labs by using advanced portal guns. The co-op campaign is made so that two players must work together to get through each level. This is the best example of how to work as a team.
If you don’t solve the puzzles in Portal 2, your robots might die, but there are a lot of dead bodies around. When your friend goes home, you can keep having fun with the game’s great single-player story.
Best First-Person Shooter: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Even though the first Modern Warfare came out more than ten years ago, it is still the best and most influential first-person shooter ever made. But even though there are a lot of Call of Duty games, we chose Call of Duty 4 because it is a true classic that deserves to be known. This online first-person shooter was made by Infinity Ward and released by Activision in 2007. It was a huge hit right away and kept people busy for hours as they killed enemies from all over the world.
But you don’t have to play online multiplayer to get a taste of the action. Just start up split-screen multiplayer and battle your friends in your living room. You can grab your favourite weapons and go head-to-head on maps like Vacant, Shipment, and Strike.
Best Racing: Blur
Blur is our top choice for a split-screen racing game. It was made by Bizarre Creations and released by Activision in 2010. This neon-styled racing game has physics like an arcade game, so anyone can play. With a wide range of cars, from muscle cars to Ford Transits and even exotic cars, you can take on the roads in any way you want.
With tracks in places like California and London, you and your friends can cruise around the world in style. Jump into World Tour mode for a quick challenge when playing split-screen with a friend, or set up Team Racing for more detailed play with up to eight players on the same screen.
Best 2D: Castle Crashers
Just talking about the 2D beat-em-up game Castle Crashers will bring back memories for anyone who played and liked it when it came out in 2008. Castle Crashers was made by The Behemoth and was first released for the Xbox 360. It was later released for the PlayStation 3 by Sony Computer Entertainment.
In a made-up mediaeval world, four knights fight a dark wizard who has stolen a magical gem and is holding a group of princesses captive. The four knights of different colours must work together to save the princesses, get back the gem, and defeat the evil wizard.
The fun can be shared by up to four people, who are represented by knights of different colours and other bonus characters. As you build up your knight, you can enjoy the side-scrolling action with your friends and take your first steps into the world of RPGs.
Best Horror: Resident Evil 5
With a friend by your side, it’s sometimes easier to deal with a scary apocalyptic situation. Resident Evil 5 is the sequel to the first Resident Evil game, which came out in 1996. Capcom made it and put it out in 2009, and it still gives you the kind of scares that can only come from mutated creatures jumping out of the shadows. Some people think Resident Evil 5 is more of an action game than a horror game, but we think those people probably have very strong nerves because this game is sure to make you jump.
Resident Evil 5 is also the first game in the series to have a mode where two players can work together. With two players, the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance agents Chris Redfield or Sheva Alomar can be controlled.
Be close and work together to get rid of bio-threats. If you fall to the ground with low health, only your teammate can bring you back to life. Just make sure you move fast enough before the mutated creatures get to you.
Best Kid-Friendly: Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
Even if a game is made for kids, that doesn’t mean that adults can’t enjoy it too. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is the first third-person shooter in the Plants vs. Zombies series. You control plants like peashooters, sunflowers, and more to fight off waves of zombies. In Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, which is a mix of a third-person shooter and a tower defence game, you have to keep zombies from taking over important points.
You can play by yourself, but we recommend using the split-screen cooperative mode to take things to the next level. In the main mode, Garden Ops, up to four players defend their garden from hordes of zombies. In the Boss Mode, players can take on the roles of Dr. Zomboss or Crazy Dave and help players on the ground. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is a lot of fun no matter how you play it.
Serious Sam 3: BFE
Serious Sam 3: BFE is a First-Person Shooter video game that can be played alone or with other people. It takes place in Egypt in the future in the 22nd century. Serious Sam 3: BFE lets you play a fast-paced, action-packed game in which you fight a huge number of enemies in an open world. You can have all the old and new weapons you want, and you can kill your enemies by attacking them and then counterattacking. Different types of enemies have different levels of defence, so the weapon you choose is very important. Every time you kill an enemy, the game gives you experience points that you can spend on upgrades. Serious Sam 3: BFE’s main game play is very similar to that of Serious Sam, and it lets you experience an amazing mix of old and new game settings and environments. This game is a great shooter game with a super-fast and addicting game play. It will give you an amazing FPS gaming experience.