25 years later, this museum figured out how to stop cheating on screen in GoldenEye



Screen cheating has always been the bane of split-screen gaming. There’s nothing like sneaking around corners only to find your opponent was there waiting for you. Not by any deduction or skill, just the ability to look at your part of the screen. GG really.

This was notoriously bad in the days of the much-loved GoldenEye in 64. The game with such a strong cultural influence is the Arecibo Observatory has become an icon. According to Ars Technica, 25 years later, a museum has finally fixed screen cheating issues without the use of modern hardware.




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