I'm sure everyone has experiences of playing video games with their friends and family in the same room. With the invention of the internet and the de-evolution of games like Rockband; co-operative gameplay has had a massive decline. Nowadays there are more people playing Call of Duty and World of Warcraft with people they've never even met, as opposed to sharing a gaming experience in the living room.
Don, Casey, and friends discuss that paradigm shift in gaming and wax a little nostalgic about the days where you'd unplug your friends controller just to win at Mario Kart. Enjoy.
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