Emulators have always been magical to me. I vividly remember the first time I fired up an NES emulator and ran Super Mario Bros. on my 486DX. It didn't run fast, and the experience wasn't great, but it was magical. As Pentiums replaced the 486s, emulation became more viable and
My wife and I enjoy playing co-op games together. Unfortunately, it seems that split screen couch co-op games are exceedingly rare, and most require you play co-op with two consoles linked over the network.
We have two Xbox One consoles for this reason. With one digital copy of a game