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  • Hello, my name is SNES Man. Today I want to talk to you about Super Nintendo games with

  • awesome 2 player modes, the kind of games where you team up with your friend and just

  • obliterate everything in your way. So, without further ado, let's get down to my top 10 Super

  • Nintendo Co-Op games!

  • First is Joe and Mac 2. This sequel is a little better than the first Joe and Mac game because

  • of a smoother two player mode and better graphics. It's really fun to slaughter dinosaurs with

  • your teammate and there are sometimes puzzles to solve. The only downside is it gets really

  • hectic with two people running around so there will be some instant death situations. But

  • overall, this is an excellent side-scroller and a great choice for primitive action.

  • At number 9 is Secret of Mana. Secret of Mana is a big, sweeping Square Soft RPG in the

  • vein of Final Fantasy except with an action-based fighting system instead of turns. Since multiplayer

  • RPGS are really rare, this game is unique and it's a fun experience. Now, why didn't

  • I put it higher on the list? My main problem is the magic. It doesn't work well in co-op

  • mode: it's boring to see your friend sift through a bunch of menus just to use one attack.

  • But otherwise, this is an excellent choice for a two-player game.

  • At number 8 is Super Smash T.V. This is a classic example of mindless entertainment

  • made to rot your brain. No puzzles, no platforming adventures, just gritty, fast-paced shoot

  • 'em up action. Because it's so straight-forward and to the point, it's an easy game to pick

  • up and play with your friend. Also, its difficulty slowly increases as you go so you can get

  • some good experience before you face the real carnage. So, if you're in for in for a quick,

  • fun time, then pop in Super Smash T.V.

  • Number 7 is the Donkey Kong Country Series. Everyone likes the Donkey Kong Country trilogy.

  • They're some of the best games to grace the Super Nintendo. And even though the multiplayer

  • isn't simultaneous, it's still really good. Unlike many other alternating 2 player games

  • (like Mario), you can switch characters during the level at any point in the Donkey Kong

  • series. Also, if your partner dies, you can find them in a barrel and rescue them, letting

  • them run right back into the action. It's a nice tag-team adventure and a great way

  • to experience these awesome platformers.

  • At number 6 is Zombies Ate My Neighbors. Zombies is a fast paced, easy to learn game. Just

  • pick up a controller and start shooting zombies with your trusty water pistol . . . and try

  • to survive. The learning curve is pretty gradual so this is a good choice for a 2 player game,

  • even if your partner hasn't played it before. The only thing that would make it better would

  • be a split-screen option. If it let the players roam around more, this would be a perfect

  • co-op game. Even with this flaw, though, it's a great adventure that I'd recommend.

  • Number 5: Super Double Dragon. This game isn't too popular mainly because of the slow game

  • speed and the old-fashioned graphics. Personally, though, I think it's a great game for co-op.

  • It's a classic beat em up similar to Final Fight. You have lots of moves at your disposal

  • so the action doesn't get stale and the slow pace actually gives you time to think and

  • get into the groove of the game. If you're introducing someone new to this game, they

  • have enough time to learn the ropes before the hard stuff kicks in. It's a little more

  • methodical and laid-back than the other games on the list but that's not necessarily a bad

  • thing. Check out Double Dragon if you've never played it before. The 2 player mode is truly

  • great.

  • Number 4: King of Dragons. Like Double Dragon, this is a great 2 player beat em up. What

  • makes this game better,though, is that your characters are way more interesting and powerful.

  • You can unleash spells, collect items, and level up your character . . . and of course

  • bash in some heads. It has a nice quick pace and you have lots of lives and health. The

  • enemies and stages are much more varied than most beat em ups so it won't get repetitive;

  • instead of the typical thugs, you get to fight orcs, wolves, slime creatures, and of course

  • dragons. This is a brilliant cooperative adventure.

  • Next is Contra 3: The Alien Wars. This legendary shooter is a great game all around. The difficulty

  • might make it a bit too hard to play with newcomers, but it's a great game to play with

  • someone else who's experienced if you can find them. The thrilling action, absurd bosses,

  • and sky-high challenge are even better if you have a friend at your side to help mow

  • down the aliens and attack aggressively. Few games in this era have the same intensity

  • of Contra 3. It's a real classic.

  • This has the best 2 player mode of any beat em up on the Super Nintendo. The lives are

  • plentiful, the action is quick-paced, the difficulty is fair, and the levels are a blast.

  • The pace is perfect for a two player setting: it moves fast but it's not overwhelming or

  • hectic. The turtles have a wide array of attacks to chose from including throwing enemies at

  • the screen -- so you won't get bored or sick of the game. This adventure is too great to

  • play by yourself. It has to be shared.

  • And now number one, the greatest Co-Op game on the Super Nintendo is . . .

  • Sunset Riders is my all-time favorite Co-Op game. It's essentially Contra in the wild

  • west. It has great controls, fun level design, and overall, the best 2 player mode around.

  • What makes its multiplayer so great is its perfect blend of challenge and fun -- it may

  • be hard at certain parts but there're always plenty of lives and continues to help you

  • pull through. The game is the perfect length for a 2 player game too: short and sweet.

  • And how could you not love a game that lets you play as Cormano, the coolest guy in the

  • wild west? If you haven't played this game before then get it now! That is an order.

  • So those are my top 10 favorite co-op games. Thanks for watching. This has been a SNES

  • Man Review and I'll talk to you again sometime soon.

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    阿多賓 posted on 2013/04/12
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