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Splitscreen Multiplayer RPG

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Ok, so here's my idea. It's not really what it sounds like, but that's the best way I can describe it. So, my idea is a split screen warfare game. Medieval, and have huge battles. S you and your 3 other friends can be anywhere, or all 4 be together fighting them off. Maybe, like leading squads of soldiers while your at it, maybe try using some tactics. Just a faint idea, this is a good place to keep it to remember it.

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Sounds like Dynasty Warriors to me, although that only had two-player available via splitscreen. Fun stuff, but not without its flaws.

I haven't played the new-gen versions, but on the PS2 it struggled to keep the masses of enemies on the screen, so you'd be in a throng of 80 guys, only see 12 at a time, and more would pop up as they died. Do a super-move and kill everything within 20 feet, and then *bink* there are more guys there, who had the good fortune to be in hyperspace while your purifying fire scorched the earth.

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Lol. That changed. Same company made a game called Bladestorm: The Hundred's Year war. Same idea, just it worked. Well. Amazing graphics. But, the only reason I thought my idea sounded anything like that was because of squads. Not too much like that, more like Kingdom Hearts 2 splitscreen. That would rock. But, if you've played it, the thousand heartless. I was almost thinking more along the lines of Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, except not all on one screen, and less objective based. More large scale fighting. And that you can lead squads. So, if you've played either of those games, you'll know what I mean.

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