A Humorous Exploration of Whether Split Screen Video Game Cheating Would Help in Real Life

In a recent episode of Immersion, a video series from Rooster Teeth, hosts Burnie Burns and Gus Sorola test out whether the traditional split screen view often used in local multiplayer video games would give an advantage in real life. Looking at an opponent’s screen like this is considered cheating and often referred to with phrases like “screen peeking” among others.

via reddit, The Awesomer

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