Namco Bandai's upcoming lightgun extravaganza Time Crisis 4 supports 2-player, splitscreen play. Yay! Oh, wait...belay that yay. Rather than let you enjoy some good times with your friends, Namco Bandai would instead like to hold a knife to your throat. See, instead of allowing consumers to purchase a second, individual Guncon - for multiplayer, as a replacement, whatever - they've decided the only way you can get additional guns is to...buy additional copies of Time Crisis 4. At $US 60 a pop. Way to screw over your loyal fanbase, Namco Bandai. Real smart.
Time Crisis 4 Supports Multiplayer, But You Can't Buy Seperate Guncons
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