Let me further explain...
I had two Xbox 360's, and I LOVED playing "LAN Co-Op" Campaign games such as the Halo series. Whoever I played with had their own TV, sound system, headset, zero lag, etc. in my house.
Now I have two PS3's, and I notice that pretty much all co-op-type games from this point on have "Online Co-Op" instead of "LAN Co-Op", but here's my issue... I have SLOW internet. It's called IDSL, it's the fastest option in my area (out in the middle of nowhere), and I only get about 120kbps up/down.
Check out this list of upcoming Co-Op games: http://www.co-optimus.com/system.php...&direction=ASC
Take Resistance 3 for instance. Notice how when you hover over the icons it has the icon for "Online Co-Op" AND it has the check mark for "Co-Op Campaign".
I'm wondering if I buy two copies of this game how well it'll work. If we're both "online" will it sense the LAN as well and use the shortest path of resistance and best connection and just operate over the LAN, or does it have to go from my PS3 downstairs, all the way out to the internet in a different city/state, and then all the way back to my second PS3 upstairs?
Opinions and facts are welcome!