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Submitted by Columbo 2183d ago | article

OXM: Dead On Live

OXM writes:

"We've enjoyed a phenomenal line-up of multiplayer games in the last few months…but what about games that weren't born yesterday? We dug into our rack of semi-recent games to see if anyone is still kickin' it on the titles that were promoted and praised for their online potential. At random times of day over the course of a week, we checked to see if the older communities were blossoming or booming. The results surprised even us." (Ace Combat 6, Frontlines: Fuel of War, Grand Theft Auto IV, Quake Wars, Shadowrun , Strangehold, The Club, Xbox 360)

hippo24  +   2183d ago
I might have to fire up some shadowrun, i thought it surely would have died.

Now there's a game with a twist.

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