2Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
The Super Smash Bros. series may be known for its competitive battles, but it does also allow players to work as a team.
In Classic Mode, two local players can work together to overcome a series of challengers. Thanks to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s hectic action, it’s rather fun. With the game’s 2.0 update, however, up to four players can play as a team in Spirit Board mode, battling to unlock new spirits. The only caveat is that if one player dies, the challenge is failed.
It doesn’t have the most extensive couch co-op features, sure, but if you like having a brawl with friends by your side, you can’t go wrong with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.