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Is the Age of Single Player Dead?

Two games series consumed massively by the masses, but not exactly for the single player. Lackluster and desensitizing sum that experience, but only in multiplayer games have I ever clocked over 200 hours on a single game. Why? It’s not new stuff.

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Axonometri1827d ago

No.
At least not in my book. Certainly things have changed, a lot, but great single player games are surely a viable genre.

Hellsvacancy1827d ago (Edited 1827d ago )

I bought Max Payne 3 a couple of weeks ago, I finished it yesterday, the mulitplayer really doesnt interest me the least bit, thats why ive not tried it

I shall play through it one more time then trade it in

I did however buy the new maps for BF3 today, so I do like multipalyer games, IF the game is made for multiplayer its different

I do prefer a good singleplayer game, Demons/Dark Souls is PERFECT, more games should be the same

Saryk1827d ago

No, why would it? I like playing solo, I like playing in LAN and I hate cheaters.

jambola1827d ago

no way
if i had to invite someone over, go to someones house or go online to play games i would probably go near stopping playing games alltogether .
it's nice to be able to play games alone or in peace.

Scenarist1827d ago

or on the road.. or when the internet connection is down

ravinash1827d ago

Playing solo tells a story in a way that you just can't do with multi player.

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