Serious Sam is cheap, and has Co-Op. Sounds too good to be true.
> That's kinda poor....hmmm.
Trust me it's not. There was a lot more going on in the background but I'm not saying what that was because it'd spoil the game.
> True enough, look at Perfect Dark and all the fun things they made
> that engine do.
> Thing is Deus Ex has a lot of things happenning at once, I threw 4
> spider mines at 3 troops, one of them attacked the spider mines with
> a flamethrower...
> All this was too much for my humble Xbox/the game and the system went
> back to the xbox dashboard before re-loading the game.
That's kinda poor....hmmm.
Anyway, Deus Ex is a single player game through and through - all about yor choices and your decisions.
Thing is Deus Ex has a lot of things happenning at once, I threw 4 spider mines at 3 troops, one of them attacked the spider mines with a flamethrower...
All this was too much for my humble Xbox/the game and the system went back to the xbox dashboard before re-loading the game.
Like I said it really pushes the boundaries at times, ever try playing co-op on the villa level in Perfect Dark? The slow-down was ridiculous! Good thing was that they left all the options in and let people decide individually how much slowdown the could tolerate.
In deus Ex if you use 4 spider mines in one go expect the frame rate to take a hit while they're all active - chuck in a co-op mode and you're screwed. :D
> Why is it that unlikely?
The game does a lot and has a lot going on in each area, because the areas are so small it wouldn't suit co-op and there'd probably be disagreements about which path to take.
In short it's a bit too complicated for a good co-op mode to be implemented, both characters would have to stay in close proximity because I doubt the game could handle player being on opposite sides of a city talking to different people.
That don't count.
> Deus Ex + Co-op is like Mars crashing into Venus.
> Just (might) wouldn't happen
Might = Mars crashing into Venus. That is actually more likely.
Not Deus Ex co-op.
Just (might) wouldn't happen.