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Is Open Season for xbox 360 a single player game?

I bought this game hoping both my kids could toddler just doesn't understand taking turns yet. I thought I read somewhere that it was a 2-4 player game but now that I have it I can't find an option to add another player...?

LittleBigPlanet 3 offline multiplayer?

Complete the Introduction and Tutorial levels; these must be completed before Multiplayer mode can be played. These levels begin as soon as the game is started for the first time. You must play through these levels before reaching the Pod that serves as the game's main menu.

Once completed, select "Story" and then a level to start playing. After choosing a level, you have the option to "Play Online" or "Play."

Choose "Play Online" to invite friends from the Playstation Network to join you. After selecting "Play Online," select "Friends" and then choose a friend you want to invite. Select "Invite to Game."

Choose "Play" to begin a level by yourself. Additional players can join this offline game by pressing the "PS" button on a second, third or fourth controller. You will be prompted to select a PlayStation user profile, which can be any profile saved on the console or a guest profile for players without a saved profile. This also works in Online mode if the game does not already have the maximum of four players; only the first player must have a PlayStation Network account.

I hope this helps you!

Ark Survival Evolved Single Player?-Xbox One?

Ok so I really want this game,it's like what I always wanted A game to be ever since I started playing games as A kid.My concern is if the single player will work for me or not.I have really bad internet so playing games with online multiplayer is almost impossible for the most part.So does the single player act like an online server in A way that it will be affected by lag just like online multiplayer servers?If so then getting the game is kinda pointless...and yes I know the games main thing is playing with others but I rather play it by myself anyways so I don't mind the multiplayer not working,just need single player

Do you prefer single player games or multiplayer?

I much prefer single player games over multiplayer for a few reasons:I like a more structured experience, following a story, missions in order, etc.Single player games offer more freedom, in my opinion. You don’t have to join other people, compromise on anything, or think about others. You just do whatever you want for the hell of it.No squeaker kids in single player. If you don’t know what squeaker kids are, they’re kids who are typically younger than 13 and have higher voices, and yell into the microphone in voice chat. They often rely on insulting your mother to… assert their dominance?No pressure to do well in single player. I don’t mind playing most games online (after I have completed the story mode), but I absolutely hate online shooters because of how competitive it is. You have to play all the time and get really good or you won’t be able to kill anyone.By far my favourite game that I’ve ever played through is Grand Theft Auto V. It has a fantastic story, character development, and gameplay. The game made over $1B USD on the first day. Insane. After playing through the story 4 times, I can see why.There are a few exceptions to my preference though. I love playing World of Warcraft, an MMORPG style game. It’s playing entirely online, no story mode, and there’s a thriving community of millions playing on tons of realms.Another game is Minecraft, which I’ve played for almost 6 years. I do love the single player aspect of the game but the multiplayer (on small servers) has always been a good experience for me. I feel like you can form really good friendships over online games sometimes, and that’s good.

I pirate games because I can't afford them. I only play single player. Am I immoral?

The problem with your question is that you are making a number of inherent assumptions in your statement.I can’t afford to play video games.Now, I’m more than willing to believe that even if you have SOME form of funds, you can’t afford to play $60+ a pop on the next AAA title. And let’s be honest: anyone with that kind of money is a very privileged person indeed.However, the thing is that, even with a $0 budget, there are more than enough experiences out there for the shoe-string budget gamer. Just type in the words “free to play” in any gaming search engine, and you’ll get HUNDREDS of fantastic titles. There’s no shortage of excellent shooters, and you can even find a title for pretty much every single niche genre.Okay, but I NEED to play THIS game right NOW.I know this may be a bit of a whiplash from the previous paragraph where I tried to offer an olive branch, but frankly I find this attitude complete bollocks. Gaming is a luxury, not a right. You are not entitled to play a certain title the moment you want it, regardless of your ability to pay for it.Don’t want to pay full price for a game? Don’t buy it, then. Wait for that $40 game to go on sale for a fraction of the price, and pick it up then. Hell, you say you bought Stardew Valley after pirating it; I’m not sure how I feel about the whole “I’ll buy it if I like it when it goes on sale” attitude since I’m skeptical that pirates DO purchase the game eventually, but hey, I’m not your warden. If you can be honest with yourself like that, that’s a reasonable attitude.

Should I buy Need for Speed rivals? How is the multiplayer?

Need for speed rivals is an open world racing game (for those who dont know) where you and people around the world race as a cop or racer on a big open world map. I bought the game brand new for 69.99$ on PS3 (dont judge me the PS4 is coming, its out of stock everywhere in my area lol) And i know people who have it for PC who experience the same issues. im about to go on about.

The portions of the games key features of online open world playability are OK, when it works which through personal experience is only about 50% of the time, which makes it completely worthless which (because again in my opinion) the online open world multiplayer is the only reason to buy the game.The game is laggy as hell, has a lot of bugs and glitches, constant connectivity issues, there has been countless times it actually dropped me out of the game in the middle of a race to a loading screen while it migrated hosts! I started a hot pursuit once and upon starting it all the opponents dropped off the map... literally disappeared... making me the new record holder among my friends, with a total time of 9.67seconds to take out 4 racers??... Leaderboards are inaccurate, textures drop in and out, on PC its locked at 30 FPS, i have literally seen police and racers pop out of thin air in the middle of races causing for some hilarious and extremely frustrating situations. Nothing quite worse then having 300,000 Speed points being at critical damage, and losing everything and getting caught by the police when you drift around a broad corner and nail a traffic car that literally came out of no were.

Arguably, i shouldnt be surprised, this is an EA game after all... EA with there stellar reputation among people as being close to if not one of the worst companies on the planet everything they touch turns to excrement. If your wondering if you should buy it? Id recommend saving your money. Its another half finished product of EA that they pushed out the development door with a 60$ price tag.

Do I have to update every game before playing it on Xbox One?

Not every game requires an update each time you play. Updates are only released periodically, usually no more frequently than once a month or so. However, once a game update is available, whether you choose to update a game depends on the game and how you play (i.e., single player vs multiplayer features).Both the Xbox One and PS4 require that you update your games to the latest version to utilize networking features. If you’re wanting to play multiplayer features, then you will need to update. If you’re playing single player campaign mode, you usually don’t need to update. If you choose not to update, the game will not be able to play any multiplayer features and it may be prevented from accessing any networking features, including downloading DLC through the store.However, it is recommended to update your games because bugs could prevent progress at certain sections of the game. This is especially true when it’s a day one newly released game. Day one patches are usually very important in solving important game play bugs. However, you can usually start the download in the background and continue playing single player campaign until the game update has completed downloading.Background downloading does not prevent you from beginning your game while you wait for the patch to finish downloading. However, day one games do require you to copy the game to the hard drive before you can play. This installation can take a while. In this case, you might as well let the game update download at the same time the game is being installed. The installation may finish before your download is finished, depending on download size and your Internet speed. You can then begin playing your game while waiting for the patch download to finish.It’s all really up to you based on how you play your games. The console will tell you what won’t work if you decline to update when starting a game that needs an update.You mentioned Injustice 2 as the game you want to play. You should be able to play this game without updating. Some games do require an internet connection to function. However, based on this Injustice 2 Quora answer, it seems that Injustice 2 will work fine without an internet connection.

Will Blizzard's Overwatch have a single-player mode?

I assume this question was asked pre-release of the game. Seeing as I've been asked to answer, I imagine I am not answering the question “Will Blizzard add a single-player mode to Overwatch in the future?”Well, there is no mode for single player exactly, but if you really like the game you can play a custom game with just AI on the enemy team and your own team as well. They also have the practice range which is single player. But these “modes” are boring-at-best.Overwatch is a multiplayer online game. It just is what it is. They don't plan on adding any single player mode. Maybe sometime they will add another Player vs Computer mode like Junkenstein’s Revenge. But that would likely come with the next event. And seeing how an event just ended a couple weeks ago (and the even before that ended just a couple months ago), who knows when the next event will be?Blizzard wants Overwatch to be a community game. They've succeeded. They don't want people to buy this game and play it by themselves. At least, in an offline mode. They actually encourage you to solo-queue or duo-queue for games, especially competitive.So if you like a single player game to just get immersed in, Overwatch is not the game for you. GTA V, Arkham Knight, Fallout, Mafia, and games like those could be more up your alley.

Do you need the Internet to play Xbox One games with the disc? If so, how? If not, why?

Depends what game.Most games on any platform nowadays tend to be more online, however, there are still a lot of games out there you can play that are offline. To answer your question, I am quite sure that you can download a disc game with or without internet (but any updates will need to have internet) but if it is an online game, you cannot. If the game connects to a server before starting, say, like Rainbow Six Siege you will not be able to play it.To simplify, the game’s disc is just a way of storing information, much like a movie disc, and therefore, it can be played offline, if there is a single player option. If you are in a store and checking to see if it is an online or offline game, look at the back cover. In the fine print, it will tell you if you can play offline.Here you see a game box. You can see it says that Xbox live is only needed for part of the game, not all.Sorry for the extended response, I may have over complicated it a bit. Lol