This post will be a bit short, as I have been incredibly busy lately and not feeling very well.
The recent release of Scott Pilgram vs. the World: The Game on the PlayStation 3 (and releasing later this month on the Xbox 360) has me thinking. What has me wondering is why there is offline multiplayer, but no online modes? One would think that in the online, technology driven age we live in that pretty much all games need some sort of online option. Especially one that would benefit so much from having an online multiplayer option. Now, I still really enjoy the game and I feel it is one of the best downloadable games I have played since Castle Crashers, another side-scrolling beat-em-up game. While Pilgram is still amazing, I just feel that it could have been so much more had online modes been included.
So my questions to you, my dearest of doves, is what you think. For those of you who have played it, does the lack of an online option hinder the game or do you think this is kind of a moot point? Do most games need an online element to survive in our current age? Tell me in the comments!