View Full Version : good 4-player games for xbox?
12-28-2004, 07:19 PM
i'm getting sick of getting games that *say* "1-4 players" on the box and, lo and behold, it really only does one or twqo players, and you need to link to another system for 4 players. what are some good 4-player games... that can actually play with 4 players?!?!?! i'd like a good racing game.... we've got halo2 and xmen.... what else is good? i'm generally not into sports games, btw.
12-28-2004, 09:21 PM
ohhh, WFL, you really need to play halo2 with the hubby in co-op. its much more fun to leave him behind and distract the NME while you hide :P
12-28-2004, 10:34 PM
Mario Party 6!
Oh wait.... :)
If you're one of those "I don't like to have to press more than 2 buttons" people, Fuzion Frenzy is a great 4 player game. Considering you can get it dirt cheap at this point, it's probably great either way. Check ebgames.com and find a preowned version, then use CAG15 for a discount and ....the free shipping code escapes me, but there is one.
12-29-2004, 01:26 AM
oy...this is harder than I thought...the xbox really isn't known for many good 4 player games. Madden 2004 (and all sports games) have 4 player support.
Other games off the top of my head? Kung Fu Chaos...hmm...i'm out of ideas...I would assume a lot of FPSes have 4 player support, but none are really outstanding other than Halo 1+2 (and even that is debatable).
Honestly, the xbox is not a good multiplayer console if you exclude the Halos. The best console for 4 player action is the gamecube (mario party, smash bros, mario kart, f-zero).
X-Men Legends. Really fun, really simple. It has really only 2 buttons you use for the most part and the graphics are sweet. So is the story.
12-29-2004, 03:16 AM
i like shrek party.
X-Men Legends. Really fun, really simple. It has really only 2 buttons you use for the most part and the graphics are sweet. So is the story.Yeah I thought X-Men Legends was a great multiplayer game too (though you did say you already have it, so it isn't much of a recommendation). Enough RPG to sate my thirst for such games, and plenty of generic drones to obliterate with everybody's favorite mutants.
I know you said no sports games, but NFL Street 2 is a lot of fun, especially with the create-a-player (Own The City) and create-a-team (NFL Challenge) modes. Maybe it's just me, but I'm big on custom character creation. Nothing encourages trash talk like leaping off a wall over your opponent's diving tackle and then styling into the endzone.
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