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Gamebase USA Announces Advanced Networking Support for Gamebryo 4.0 through RakNet Integration

RALEIGH, NC –December 4, 2012– Gamebase USA, a subsidiary of Gamebase Co. Ltd., announced today it has integrated RakNet networking technology into Gamebryo 4.0, the latest version of its industry-leading game engine.

“We are excited to add RakNet to the Gamebryo framework. The RakNet C++ networking integration is one of the many ways we continue to enhance Gamebryo,” said Gabriel Liberty, Technical Director at Gamebase USA. (Gamebase, RakNet, Tech)

mynameisEvil  +   1089d ago
Yuck. Sorry, but can anyone tell me a game that people didn't groan about after finding out it was on Gamebryo? It's a buggy, ugly, outdated engine now and was outdated as soon as every version came out.

*sigh* Hate this damn engine.

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