3. Rocket League
Rocket League is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows, OS X, and Linux which is one of the best family-friendly games featuring both local cooperation and online multiplayer. Rocket League is a pretty simple game like playing football but with cars and a jet engine attached to the back. Up to 4 people can play together at the same time which can goes up to 8 players online, making it the this greatest party game. Besides, who doesn’t like driving around like crazy and flying into the air and smashing the ball into a goal from distance away? Rocket League is also great for both PC gamers and Xbox gamers to play against each other online.
Death Squared is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows, and it’s suitable for either two people or four people to get crazy into at a party. You cooperate to guide your troop of robot to a particular colour goal whilst severe hazards along the way such as spikes, pitfalls, or moving blocks around, etc. Sometimes the hazards will be activated by other members of your team, which requires you all to communicate and work together to avoid exploding violently. If one member of your team dies, you all have to restart from the beginning of the level, so this is only suited for the patient members or those that doesn’t take the results too seriously.
A bit of an old but goldie, Castle Crashers is available on the Xbox 360 and One, PlayStation 3 and Windows and OS X. If you love to beat-em-ups with a side-helping of RPG elements, then Castle Crashers is perfect for your party. Up to 4 players can play at the same time to beat up enemies across levels. Along the way, you’ll all get the chances to upgrade your characters as long as you’ve all got a unique team to help beat the cooperative campaign.