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Submitted by mathsman 780d ago | article

4 Things to Keep in Mind When Renting a Game Server

Microsoft recently released a retail version of Minecraft in the UK, following the success of the Xbox LIVE Arcade release. If the console version of the videogame has given you the urge to hop on to your computer and set up your own Minecraft server, you can do it simply with your desktop computer and home internet connection. However, if you want to run a server that can support a lot of traffic, massive world maps and a lot of players, you need something a bit more upscale. When you’re searching for a videogame server to rent, here are some considerations to keep in mind. (Culture, Minecraft, PC)

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