created in 2015
last scan 6/13/2019
Local multiplayer games are video games that are played on one system (console or computer) among multiple players, either single or split-screen. Here you will find discussion of new and upcoming local multiplayer games, strategy, events, Let's Plays and Let's Players looking for such games. Please note that although we love LAN gaming as well, this is NOT a community to post about Local Area Network gaming.
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