Watch GoldenEye 007 Teach Teens The Joys Of Split-Screen Gaming

Watch GoldenEye 007 Teach Teens The Joys Of Split-Screen Gaming

With the release of Halo 5 leaving at least one of our writers yearning for same screen multiplayer, Fine Bros.’ React channel uses an N64 classic to ensure six photogenic teenagers never forget its fractional majesty.

Over the past decade and change we’ve moved from cramming as many players onto one screen as possible to actively attempting to get gamers to use more than one screen for themselves. GoldenEye 007 is an excellent vehicle for taking youngsters back to the days of dial-up internet and local friends.

Of course we can’t see what sort of television is being used for this video, so for all we know they’re playing on a 60 inch big screen, giving them each of them 30 inches to play with during the three-player grand final. For ultimate nostalgia value they should (in my experience at least) be huddled about a 27 inch tube television with burnt-out reds.

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