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British museum spent $10k to split up GoldenEye’s split screen

A British Museum has managed to split up GoldenEye’s split screen, but it cost them $10k.  

Having a bunch of friends huddled around the same TV is arguably the best way to experience multiplayer games. But split screen also has its disadvantages, most notably screen cheating. The shady practice involves glancing over at your opponent’s screen so you can pinpoint their location, giving you an unfair advantage in a multiplayer match. Screen cheating has been particularly popular in GoldenEye 007 since it launched all the way back in 1997. But 25 years after its release, a British museum has figured out a way for fans to enjoy the game without the fear of screen cheating, but it didn’t come cheap. 

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