I think I'm going to let the game go on sale first before I pick it up, though. I'm not in that much of a rush and I can't fall behind anyone because I ONLY plan to play with my wife. I never knew the first Borderlands had co-op, but my wife and I love to shoot s*** up in games and this seems like the perfect snuggle together and blast the baddies game. From what I heard so far: this game will be just like the first one but with some nice improvements.
And, who knows...maybe the game will put us both in an amorous mood and we can take things to another room afterwards. --- L-Block > Snake ... L-Block > Cloud ... L-Block > Link L-BLOCK > ALL
#2LazarusNecrosisPosted 9/13/2012 7:00:19 PM
Good luck with that! ^_^ I hope my wife likes this game too. She doesn't play video games and I hope this will be the game to change that. --- XBL GT: LazarusNecrosis The best techniques are passed on by the survivors. --Gaiden Shinji 1E 490
#3darkdragongirlPosted 9/13/2012 7:01:06 PM
Why even switch rooms when you have "couch co-op"? --- GT: Embrace Regret Nerf all the classes 2012
#4SAGETISMYSAVIORPosted 9/13/2012 7:02:11 PM
As long as you don't have a plasma, why take it to the other room? --- See the Turtle of enormous girth, on his shell he hold the Earth.
My wife may like video games more than me. She's played all of the Mass Effects, most of the Elder Scrolls series, and she plays Sims probably too much. Oh, and we're probably neck-and-neck as far as hours logged into Fallout 3. Together I'm sure we're topped over 1,000 hours with all of our play-throughs.
Why even switch rooms when you have "couch co-op"?
Our couch isn't very comfortable, and it's fun to knock s*** over on the way to the bedroom. --- L-Block > Snake ... L-Block > Cloud ... L-Block > Link L-BLOCK > ALL
#6MalfuntcionJUNCITOMPosted 9/13/2012 7:17:58 PM
I bet your wife's up for some co-op. --- It's not God I hate, it's his annoying little fan club I can't stand!