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If anyone wants me to narrow it down, I disliked SC2 since the team games are really bad, the map pool sucks, and 2 arranged players can play against full arranged teams just like you can when you are even playing by yourself which is really imbalanced, so we have to instant leave in 3v3 and 4v4 against any full ATs or people who are masters or higher and play hours every day, I just found it a dreadful game compared to WC3 and BW. It rewards mechanics more than player creativity and you can't do much that's very exciting with the units you have, they're all plain and too samey. BL and DI felt kind of hollow to me and like they rely on you just playing with a friend you like, kind of like MMOs, didn't seem to have much substance and were really easy. Then Rome II was too historically inaccurate that it was annoying to even play, never did try the co-op though.
But I really liked the advanced sniping mechanics in V2 and its at times difficulty and how you sometimes need tactics (so far of what I've played), and Civ V is really historically inaccurate for a history based game but overall pretty good with a lot of focus on player creativity and strategy, even if it doesn't let you customise a lot and the MP is really broken compared to SP (no mods, no animated leaders, worse AI, etc). Though if the MP had mods and I could tweak all the stuff I dislike I'd probably never stop playing it.
Anyone got any suggestions of good co-op games from what I've said? Or even just stuff you liked and I'll look into it. Appreciate any replies.
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watched some gameplay for Sniper Elite and it seems to be the opposite end of faster-paced games like CoD and Battlefield.
With that in mind I recommend SWAT 4 since it's also about being a bit 'meticulous'--except as a SWAT team member instead of a Sniper.
Kind of a puzzle game and twinstick merged together but it was still a heck of a lot of fun; Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.
FEAR 3 or F3AR isn't as bad as some people make it out to be and the different players powers allow for some decent amount of tactics.
Payday 2 isn't bad with friends. Doing a mission stealthily takes some teamwork and tactics. Too bad its 95% just cover shooter as things rarely go well.
Arma series online requires immense teamwork to do well during some scenarios.
Of course if you feel like turning OFF your brain, Saints Row 3 and 4 offer quite a variety.
I'm sure I'm missing a ton I've enjoyed but I'm just killing time as GTA5 installs XD
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All of them need a regular co-op partner to be fun, though.
Find a good group and play ARMA.
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You could try Civ 4. Civ is one of those series were instead of just "upgrading" the previous game the new game always has a different feel than the previous one. I still don't know whether I like Civ 2, 3 or 4 the most. I think the consensus is that the multiplayer is better in Civ 4. The animated leaders in Civ 5 are awesome but I prefer playing Civ 4. This game has it's quirks too and the gameplay still gets pretty weird/bad in the later eras but it might still be worth trying.
L4D2. I purchased this game a few months ago and it's very good. I was reluctant to try it as I find the standard zombie stuff very uninteresting but it's still very enjoyable. The gameplay is very challenging and interesting. Controlled chaos describes it perfectly. Both the PvP mode and the campaign mode are nice. You can play the campaign co-op with 2 bots and it's still very enjoyable but some maps can be more difficult. Both the campaign and PvP are very tactical and voice communication can help a lot.
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