Reason #1 I don't want a hyper-realistic Zelda. Not to mention, this pretty much sums up my thoughts about the Skulltula.
I'd assume you could split a two players between two screens/monitors.
But more than 8 players, especially 16 on 1-2 screens sounds pretty impractical.
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Oh shit you can come up with completely irrelevant facts to the current discussion at hand? Damn I had no idea.
You can blame consoles and their migration to online multiplayer for that trend. Even despite the lack of local multiplayer support in most PC games, PC gaming has always had a strong local multiplayer culture (i.e. LAN parties, gaming cafes) that non-Nintendo consoles haven't had since the PS1's launch.
That depends on where the consumer keeps things. The basement area where we keep the Tv and games in our house can accustom well over 16 people at once, (not to say its a common occurrence). Some people have the space, not to mention that might accommodate those who have LAN parties.
Haha. Actually the best surprise of all came when I bought the Cadillac and discovered bullets — bullets, not casings — in the spare tire well. I still have em.
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if gaudy is your thing then this is great