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Submitted by incognito248 372d ago | opinion piece

Do the Titanfall’s of This World Need Single Player?

Gamemoir's Paul discusses whether a mutliplayer game needs to have a single player mode. (Culture, TitanFall)

Activemessiah  +   373d ago
Short answer? Yes.

If was a designer, i would want my games to be played by generations and not secluded to this one... people are still enjoying games from the NES today because of that longevity... once your friends have moved on and the servers have been removed, that game you love so much is as useful as a wet toilet paper.

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