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10 Awesome Addictive Couch Co-op Games on PlayStation 4

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Playing video games is not an alone activity anymore it has become a social event, but sometimes you want the variety of experience that requires players to be sat together in the same room and then play the game on a split-screen like the good old days.

Playing with other people via the internet is fun and all, but nothing defeats the excessive fun of having a friend or family actually there beside you. And luckily, there are a lot of games that support a two-player couch co-op on PS4.

So, if you’re in the market to discover such games that allow you to sit together and play on the couch with one or more people and work together as a team, look no more. We’ve collected a great list of the best couch co-op games available on PS4.

Unravel Two

Unravel Two

It is pretty and all and it is a direct sequel to the awesome Unravel, couch co-op play is integral to Unravel Two. You can play it in single-player, but Unravel Two was intended to be enjoyed with a friend, with many of its puzzles emphasizing collaboration.

Unravel Two is fairly laid back, for the most part, enabling you to take things at your own speed. There are times where you’ll be running for your life, and you’ll be happy that you’ve got an extra player by your side to help you let you through obstacles.

Honestly, if you like couch co-op games, you need Unravel Two in your gaming library. It looks gorgeous too, particularly when played on a PS4 Pro.

Blazing Chrome

Blazing Chrome

Blazing Chrome is the most skilled run ‘n’ gun shooter published in years, and it also comes with a couch co-op play for two players.

You have to work as a team, you’ll eliminate a wide range of robots and aliens as you annihilate your way through level after level. Chances are you’ll kill a lot of times at the start, but as you start to learn enemy attacks strategy and level layouts, you’ll find that everything gets much more comfortable. And once you’ve finished the game, you’ll get new characters to play as and open some new modes.

Blazing Chrome is an excellent game to play in couch co-op, the only thing that lets it down a few is that it’s not drop-in, drop out. If you’ve got a single-player game going on, you’ll have to leave the session to start the game in co-op.

Alienation

Alienation

Alienation is a twin-stick isometric shooter and it is an absolute blast, but to e really enjoy it needs to be played in co-op with the second player.

Patched to support local co-op play, you and up to 3 friends can fight alien packs whilst displaying your slick reloading abilities and picking up loot. You’ll be happy for the company too, as Alienation can get very exciting indeed as you go further ahead into the game. With its stunning visuals and addictive gameplay, Alienation is a couch co-op adventure that you don’t want to miss, try it now.

Diablo III: Eternal Collection

Diablo III: Eternal Collection

Diablo III is the most amazing couch co-op experience. The game is exactly the same if you play in a single-player or multiplayer and it’s seamless, meaning players can enter or drop out at any point of the game without interrupting anyone else’s session. Up to four people can play on the same screen for some severe monster-hunting insanity.

The hardness of Diablo III scales depending on how many people are playing in the game, so with a complete roster of four, your enemies are going to be extremely tougher than if you were facing them alone in the game. The only downside to sharing a screen is when one player opens their list, everyone else is left moving their thumbs until they’re done with it. Even with this, it’s nevertheless our all-time favorite co-op game to play, so grab a friend and set off on a courageous journey to the pits of hell…

A Way Out

A Way Out

A Way Out is a very rare game to experience as a co-op. It’s a game that can only be played in co-op, either with two people sat side-by-side, or multiplayer over the internet but it has to be played with two people.

With no single-player option at all, working with the second player is absolutely essential to the A Way Out experience. After breaking out of prison you’ll be happy for the change of scenery. But you are on the run, you’ll rely on the co-operation of your partner to escape your pursuers, rise from firefights unharmed, and finally get your revenge. And of course, there are many other fun mini-games to join in along the way.

Team Sonic Racing

Team Sonic Racing

If you are a fan of kart racers, you should definitely get this amazing game Team Sonic Racing.

Unlike earlier Sonic kart racing games, Team Sonic Racing requires that you work collectively with two friends to race to success. And those teammates can be sat with you on the couch if you wish, as the game support the local multiplayer for up to four players.

It comes with 21 tracks and 15 racers each with their own customizable car, Team Sonic Racing has a good bit to offer kart racing enthusiasts. And its co-op racing mechanics really add to its gameplay. Definitely get it if you’re after some local co-op kart racing entertainment on PS4.

LittleBigPlanet 3

LittleBigPlanet 3

If you’ve played any version of LittleBigPlanet earlier, you’ll immediately be accustomed to LittleBigPlanet 3. Sackboy is back again, though this time he has a lot of sacky friends with him, each coming in with a little something extra to the gameplay.

This side-scrolling platformer can be experienced in single-player or in local co-op, but with a friend, by your side, you’re compelled to have more fun bouncing, leaping and running your way around each of the elegantly detailed designed levels. The fun doesn’t end here, either, as there are many user-made levels that you can download have fun in.

Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition

Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition

The game was originally released on PlayStation 3, the Apocalypse Edition of Housemarque’s wonderful Dead Nation packs the base game with all the DLC while giving everything a tiny gorgeous HD upgrade.

A twin-stick shooter with much depth, Dead Nation has you struggling your way to safety out of a zombie-infested city across a terrifying ten-level campaign. While the game is an enormous amount of joy in single-player, it’s greatest enjoyed in couch co-op with a mate sat by your side, allowing you to cover each other’s back or just trash thrash them when they get overwhelmed by a pack of zombies.

With a broad range of enemies, fast action and a boatload of upgrades to get, Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition is an excellent way to kill some time on the couch with a buddy. It’s definitely one of the best couch co-op games on PlayStation 4.

Capcom Bet ‘Em Up Bundle

Capcom Bet ‘Em Up Bundle

If you know the classics side-scrolling beat ’em ups such as Final Fight, you need Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle in your library for sure, it is a lot of retro fun.

Seven side-scrolling beat ’em up classics are comes in the pack and each and every one of them can be played on a couch co-op. Some of them are a little dated, sure, but even if you only get one game that really catches your attention it’s well worth it. Our preference is Battle Circuit, which has never been made available except arcades. It’s insane, but that’s why we like our games and plus do try out Final Fight.

Borderlands: The Handsome Collection

It comes with Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, You have to get The Handsome Collection if you want a serious local co-op session. We didn’t even know how many hours we’ve played this game in split-screen it is a shooty mayhem in Borderlands.

Both games are packed with tense action and funny dialogue. Even if you’re not a huge FPS fan, the comic value means its an excellent introduction to the genre – and the endless plunder and RPG details add lots of value for money. You’ll still be busy searching the wastelands after a good 100 hours, trust me.

Super Bomberman R

Super Bomberman R

Bomberman is an all-time classic, and Super Bomberman R maintains its legacy.

While the most enjoyable thing about Super Bomberman R is its intense bombing campaigns, which you can take part in as a unit, it’s its story mode that is most suitable played in couch co-op. With many worlds for you to make your way through and explore, you’ll need to work with a mate to defeat enemies and finished tasks. And of course, there are more than several wicked bosses for you to fight off.

Whether you play it against or cooperatively, Super Bomberman R has a lot of giggles in store for you. It’s surely one of the best couch co-op games obtainable on PS4 right now.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2

If you like LEGO games, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 really comes with its own style in co-op.

You have to work your way through the game’s missions is more pleasure when you’ve got the company to give you a helping hand, but it’s when you’re searching the open world that you’ll really enjoy having a friend by your side.

Solving puzzles and mastering challenges is more relaxed when you don’t have to do everything by yourself in the game, which makes playing LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 on the couch co-op the way to go.

Resident Evil Revelations 2

Resident Evil Revelations 2

Do you like working cooperatively with a friend, battling off a mixture of nasty zombies whilst unraveling the secret of why you’ve been abducted and left on a remote island? Of course, you do! And that’s why Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is the best game to play in the coop.

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 did wonders in couch co-op due to it requiring you to make the best use of each duo of characters’ skills to move ahead. Only one player at any time will be able to use guns to kill the undead, and the other player to act as a supporting character, confusing enemies and reaching hard to reach areas that the other player can’t. The only caution for you is an awful split-screen implementation that won’t provide you the best view of the fighting, but it’s worth playing for the quality co-op gameplay.

 

 

 

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