Atari shut down Test Drive Unlimited Server

Atari will shut down the Server for the original Test Drive Unlimited in January 2011 ...

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Blaze9293121d ago

BIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITCHES! What's the point in paying for something if you aren't guaranteed you'll be able to play it whenever you want? Stop pulling an EA.

Swoon3121d ago

Exactly. I was planning on picking this up for cheap. I heard that in the 2nd game it has the Hawaiian island from the first on the disc, too. Maybe that's why?

Perjoss3121d ago (Edited 3121d ago )

im pretty sure it as an offline mode anyway, I remember playing this before I had a connection in my house.

AAACE53121d ago

What are you talking about paying for something you can't use, it's free to play this online. And even when they shut it down, there are still tons of activities to do in this game.

And to the other guy, how much cheaper did you want it to get? I was able to find a copy for $10 last year!

I really hate how TDU was overlooked, considering it was a good game. The problem with it was it was basically an updated version of the Ps2 game and the graphics didn't look as good as they could have. It only took up a little over 3 Gb's, which I was shocked at considering how big the island was.

I wanted to see how long it would take to make it around the entire world riding the coastline, and it took me over an hour in real time just to accomplish this! I expect part 2 to be something wonderful, and I hope they fix a few small issues I had with the game.

PhilipLarkin3121d ago

Halo 2 comes to mind....*sniff*

siyrobbo3121d ago

you can still play halo 2 online on PC

Sneak-Out3121d ago

However, waiting for TDU 2 .... :)

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