14 Video Games That Prove Local Multiplayer Is The Best
13. WWF No Mercy
While pretty much any wrestling game will be fun to play with friends, No Mercy holds a firm place in our hearts for being the most memorable. It offered an unrivalled level of customisation in its create-a-wrestler mode when it released on the Nintendo 64 in 2001. Players had a wide range of costumes and faces/body types to choose from on top of a customisable move set that allowed them to pick every single move in their repertoire - including their finishing move! Thankfully there were many match types perfectly suited for multiplayer shenanigans. From the expected tag-team and triple threat matches, to deadly ladder matches and hardcore fights that could go backstage, there was no shortage of ways to beat the cr*p out of your friends on No Mercy. No Mercy is a solid arcade-style wrestling game that holds up very well today. Its weak and strong grapples and punches, countering system and variety of weapons give it a surprising amount of depth. So dust off your Nintendo 64, find your friends, grab some controllers and put this bad boy in. You're almost guaranteed to have a good time.