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Gears of War - Xbox 360
LittleBigPlanet - PlayStation 3
Up to 4 players off or online.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii - Nintendo Wii
Up to 4 players.
Phantasy Star Online: Episode I & II - GameCube
Action RPG with a fairly unique scifi-theme of the long-running series. The game is primarily a kind of an MMO but can also be played offline. Up to 4 player splitscreen multiplayer but it's not possible to do quests. Still great fun even that way.
Sacred 2: Fallen Angel - PlayStation 3
Metacritic average: 70
Project Eden - PlayStation 2
Metacritic Average: 71
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance - GameCube
Action RPG with emphasis on the action. Not much of a story and the RPG elements are kept fairly simple (more simple than Diablo for example). Turns out to be quite a fun game to play together even if it doesn't really compare to Diablo 2, which you cannot play on a console cooperatively anyway. Up to 2 players offline co-op.
The less-praised followup which is still apparently a fairly solid Action RPG.
Champions of Norrath - PlayStation 2
An Action RPG set in the Everquest universe using the BG:DA engine. Little buggy but has a more advanced skill system with a skill tree & possibility to hotkey abilities. 4 player offline and online co-op.
Champions: Return to Arms - PlayStation 2
Up to 4 player offline and online play possible.
Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel - PlayStation 2
Another action RPG with the BG:DA engine, this time with a scifi setting lifted from Fallout instead of the usual fantasy. Very light on RPG elements since you only pick feats as you level.
The Warriors - PlayStation 2
Metacritic average: 84 (PS2), 85 (Xbox)
Games with full 2+ players offline co-op capability.
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