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Submitted by -Mezzo- 753d ago | opinion piece

Blurring The Lines Between Single Player And Multiplayer Is A Good Thing

Kotaku - In the future, there may not be any more single-player games—but that doesn't mean what we seem to think it does every time some big publisher opens its big mouth and tells us that single-player games are dead. Epic, story-driven campaigns aren't going away; it's just that new forms of multiplayer are evolving in tandem with those experiences, rather than in opposition to them. (Culture)

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