@impynickers I remember trying Baldur’s Gate multiplayer once. It was novel at the time, but I didn’t like it. I don’t really remember why either. That game is so finely tuned as a single player experience that it may have just been the presence of someone else’s will that threw everything off (which I admit, is weird since it’s a D&D game). There’s also a lot text to read, inventory to fuck with, and menus to go through that MMOs have since managed to streamline in a multiplayer setting. Then there’s the whole problem of actually getting it finished, it’s a long game. Good luck!

@unmanneddrone I did. I Steam-traded Amnesia and Serious Sam HD: 2nd Encounter and got Assault Squad for one of my buddies. It’s just as fun, except you can actually micro more with another mind roving over the battlefield. The only really stupid thing about it, is that the person who calls in a unit, doesn’t necessarily get control of that unit. If you have more units than the other guy when you call it in, the other player will just get control automatically. This leads to weird situations where you call in a squad and 2 out of the 8 guys will be under the control of the other player, or you call in some armor, wonder where the hell it is, and realize it’s sitting on the edge of the map. The saving grace of this is that you can give control to the other player, thank god, so it’s still playable.