The Escapist's own Editor-in-Chief examines the obstacles gamers face when trying to make the jump from single player to co-op in real life.
My Player One and Only
When it comes to videogames, you don't have to be holding the controller to enjoy the experience. Josh Hilley explains why some single-player games are best played with more than one player.
The better single-player games tend to be gripping, pleasurable and have an explosive climax. So it's no surprise the years have borne witness to a number of titles where you only need one hand to play. Peter Parrish analyzes the puzzling gameplay of Artificial Girl 3.
What happens when you venture into a multiplayer world with the sole purpose of playing a single-player game? In one player's experience, you find a pretty cold reception. Jon Glover chronicles his lonely trek through PlayStation Home.