Uncharted 3 Subway Multi-Player Experience Opinion

GamerFitNation's Gregory Laporte talks about the Uncharted 3 Full multi-player experience from Subway. "Uncharted 3's Subway Multi-Player Experience has just launched recently and I've been putting in a ton of time in the beta. I'm currently at level 35 and have about 10 hours in the beta so far. I've been able to play the beta and get a lot of what Naughty Dog has got to offer come 11-1-11. Many of you that played the previous beta this past summer will notice large amounts of change in this multi-player experience."

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trainsinrdr2922d ago

I'm away to get a veggie patty now mmmmm.

fluffydelusions2922d ago

UC3 MP is quite fun but I think most of my MP gaming will be in BF3 for a while.

Dropdeadll2922d ago (Edited 2922d ago )

its my favorite PlayStation only mp shooter too bad its p2p

BakedGoods2922d ago

p2p? As in Pay2Play? As in $60 at retail? Or are you talking about having to buy a sub for early access?

frnkyl2922d ago

I think he meant Peer to Peer instead of Dedicated Servers.

xtheownerzx2922d ago

yea I was confused by Dropdeadll's statement as well.

BakedGoods2922d ago (Edited 2922d ago )

Well if it is Peer-2-Peer I don't see that as being a problem at all...unless you're one of those guys who scream "LAGG" after every death.

Microsoft (and to a lesser extent Sony) has done well with server-side matchmaking and peer-2-peer hosting, so the technology is there. Not to mention both the UC3 beta and subway early access ran smoothly.

Dropdeadll2921d ago (Edited 2921d ago )

okay i am wrong :)

dead_eye2922d ago

I'm really enjoying it and I don't normally like TPS online. The only other one I've ever liked was warhawk

TheGamingArt2922d ago

you seriously think I'm going to take a guy with a horrid mustache in a tank top on his webcam seriously.... I mean common.

Dropdeadll2922d ago

don't judge a book by its cover

TheGamingArt2922d ago

So don't judge seriousness off of professionalism?

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