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Submitted by -Mezzo- 591d ago | news

Gamespy Says, No, They Totally Did Not Cut People’s Multiplayer Games Without Warning

Kotaku - Earlier this week, Sniper Elite developers Rebellion posted a message claiming that the termination of their game's online multiplayer was the result of providers Gamespy pulling the plug without warning.

Their claims were echoed on the provider's Facebook page, where gamers began complaining that some of their favourite titles had suddenly and without warning had their online modes cut. (Culture, Sniper Elite V2)

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