5 Amazing Co-Op Video Games You Should Play With Your Friend


We love playing games because of how enjoyable they are and how we as a player can get lost in the world of a game that we play. But 2 is always better than 1 and thus we have Co-op Vidoe games. Co-Op video games have been around in the industry for a long time and they still have a really good market when it comes to sales and revenue. There is nothing you can complain about if you play a good Co-op game with a GOOD friend.

Today we are counting down 5 best Co-op games you should play with your friends

5. Army of Two

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Army of two deserves the wait and buzz all around it. It is a true one of a kind experience when it comes to looking out for your buddy in the middle of a war. – MEGamers

The slick presentation and intensely fun co-op play has made a believer out of me even though gameplay can feel sloppy at times. If you love shooters and are looking to play an interesting campaign mode with a friend, then Army of Two is a must-buy. – Cheat Code Central

The co-op gameplay is both Army of Two’s savior and burden, but the end result is still an enjoyable experience that fills a void not just in the Q1 doldrums, but in the shooter scene as a whole. – DailyGame

4. Diablo 3

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Getting online and into the game though, rewards players with one of the most engaging single-player and co-op experiences in the business, so if you have patience and can look past Blizzard’s biggest oversight, you’re in for one of the year’s best games. – AusGamers

It may not be the action-rpg-messiah that some may have expected, but it easily matches its predecessors… Blizzard’s new creation defends the throne with a mix of proven gameplay and tons of features. – Eurogamer Germany

With all those dungeon randomisations, boss events, challenging difficulty, co-op play, loot gathering and the general mayhem of monster slaying, Diablo III is a ride that may tire if binged on religiously but one that’ll haunt your dreams long-term to get back to it, just like its predecessor. – GameWatcher

3. Overcooked

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Aside from the local-only consideration and some inconsistencies with the scoring criteria and stage layouts, man, what a game. Overcooked is the best co-op experience I’ve had in recent memory, and despite going back through to fully clear every level, I wish there were more. Don’t overlook it. – Destructoid

Overcooked nails local co-op multiplayer gaming perfectly. It’s incredibly easy to pick up and play, yet coordinating its myriad of seemingly-mundane tasks requires its players to constantly communicate. What transpires is riotous and often hilarious gameplay that’s simply great fun to play. Unfortunately, it’s not quite as entertaining as a single-player experience, but if you have friends and family to play with, Overcooked is highly recommended. – USgamer

2. Portal 2

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Portal 2 is a masterpiece, a work of art that you will love for its ingenious story pop-culture, references to logical puzzles and co-op multiplayer. Definitely a candidate for game of the year. – LEVEL (Czech Republic)

Sporting some of the best writing and voice work in years (as well as some deviously designed puzzles), Portal 2’s single-player campaign is superior to its predecessor in every way. It’s the co-op mode, however, that makes this 2011’s first must-play game — even for those gamers that don’t like first-person or puzzle games. – GameSpy

The game’s quality stays consistently outstanding throughout; there isn’t a minute of filler content to be found anywhere in single-player or co-op. – Game Informer

1. Castle Crashers

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It’s one of the must have original titles on the Xbox Live Arcade – go and get it. – BigPond GameArena

Castle Crashers is a fantastic addition to XBLA, and a must-have for your collection. There are few games on the service that can match the depth here, and those that come close do not offer Live co-op. – Planet Xbox 360

 While Castle Crashers may have been the victim of some unfortunate online issues that hurt the game’s great co-op potential for now, Behemoth seems committed to making sure these issues are fixed and put to rest as soon as they can get a patch out to the public. – Gamer 2.0

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