If you’re like me, you have fond memories of plugging four controllers into a single box so you and your friends could beat each other down or lift each other up in games with local multiplayer. Maybe you and a buddy were the ultimate team in a first person shooter, or you and your siblings battled for supremacy every week in a fighting game.

There’s a powerful feeling that comes from having your co-op partners and/or opponents sharing the same space with you, and it’s a feeling that can be all too rare nowadays. But not everyone has ditched local multiplayer for online, and this past weekend at PAX South 2017, I spied four in particular that have me itching to host a game night with friends.

Take a look and you might just feel the same inspiration:

Just Shapes and Beats 

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