At the K-12 youth center that I frequent, there's an Xbox 360 room and most of the kids (boys and girls) are only into split-screen multiplayer on either Call of Duty: World at War or Halo Reach, and never wanna play anything else (even their other Call of Duty games). I liked these games a lot and this normally wouldn't bug me so much, but it gets really freaking boring only playing those same games all the time. They have Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe & Injustice: Gods Among Us, which are arcade-style fighting games, but NONE of the kids over there ever wanna play them; they all think they're junk. Occasionally, if I'm the only one playing, I can find someone to play MK or IJ with me, but when there are more than like 3 people, it's WAW or Reach only. How can I get them to believe that those other games are cool and worth playing a lot so that the monotony of same-game-all-day is broken?