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Poll: Which makes a game more enjoyable? |

It’s time for a new poll, sorry I was a little late getting this new one up. As usual vote in the sidebar. If you have any ideas for polls please respond to this forum topic, so we can change it up more often.

JimmyMagnum had the idea for this poll

Here are the results of the last poll.

How important is multiplayer support?

  • I want Split-Screen/Co-op – 47 Votes 38% of all votes
  • I want it all – 36 Votes 29% of all votes
  • Focus on single player only – 19 Votes 15% of all votes
  • Not important at all – 12 Votes 10% of all votes
  • Focus on online gameplay only – 7 Votes 6% of all votes
  • I want “tacked on” multiplayer – 3 Votes 2% of all votes

Total Votes: 124
Started: December 28, 2009

No Kill Tayler had the idea for the “How important is multiplayer support?” poll.

Keep those poll ideas coming! 🙂

  • matt

    For me it depends on the game. Bioshock was great and didn’t need online at all. Final Fantasy, Dead Space, and Uncharted are some other examples of great single player experiences that were/will be well worth the $60 price. Uncharted 2 brought multi-player without ruining the single player experience. That is a rare feat anymore.

    I think Racing games and certain franchises depend on online. I always wonder how good Modern Warfare could be if the Single player was 20 hrs and they weren’t concerned with multi-player. Call of Duty 2 was a fantastic game that I played a few times through. Haven’t done that with a COD game since. That said I bought MW2 just for multi-player. Depends on what I want out of a game and if the price is worth that experience.

  • Trieloth

    Man you should have devided up Split screen and Co-op. I really like co-op but hate Split screen.

  • Darrin

    None of those options fit. I play some games for single-player, some for multiplayer, some games ride on clever use of technology, others have an addicting hook to them… I wouldn’t single out any one of those things as the most important thing though.