I must say, I'm a little f****g pissed right now. I've been following the Inquisitor Martyr for a while now, looking for a nice couch-coop game. I resigned from buying the Day One version as I saw it only had a very limited local co-op which was, in essence, a single player experience with the possibility of another player joining as an NPC. When I saw the 2.0 version, I was stoked as the patch notes said: The whole Martyr campaign is now playable in Co-Op except for the vehicular missions. So I had bought the damn game, and I got f***d, because both the PSN Store and the designers forgot to mention the co-op campaign is playable only online, and not in local co-op mode. Now, the PSN declines my refund, even though there's a clear disparity between what the game's supposed to offer and what it actually offers. So if you're planning on buying this game for local co-op DON'T. It's only a half baked c**p in which one player is the actual hero, and the other is just a non-important tagalong.