Chromehounds Needs to Join the Mech Rebirth

RA "Back in 2006 there was not much to play online with your brand new Xbox 360. You had Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter, sure, which was great, but other than that the online realm was pretty limited. That is, however, until the summer of that year came and SEGA and From Software's Chromehounds hit, an online-focused mech shooter that featured an ever-evolving three-way war, known as The Neroimus War. It featured a huge emphasis on customization, and each nation had their own distinct advantages."

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SOD_Delta4220d ago

Chomehounds was awesome I miss that game. Hopefully it makes a comeback some day. I'll buy it day one.


Mechwarrior's Future w/ Russ Bullock

An interview with piranha games president Russ Bullock about MechWarrior Online and MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries.

256d ago

Fans Resurrect Hawken For PC Platform

Expect the game to only work offline right now.

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AuraAbjure1139d ago

It's pretty inspiring when the community does this kind of stuff.


Where Do Games Go When They Die?

As we trend ever deeper into a world of games that require servers maintained by the developer or publisher, we see more and more games disappearing from the world. What happens when these games are shut down? What does it take for a game to survive beyond this point?

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NecrumOddBoy1455d ago

Alamogordo, New Mexico "RIP E.T."

ApocalypseShadow1455d ago

I was going to say that. Lol!

Actually, "Just ask Atari where ET is."

But basically the same joke.

vikingland11453d ago

It depends on how good they are :-)

Profchaos1453d ago (Edited 1453d ago )

Most modern games that have online components like destiny rely so heavily on co op between players that even if you had a full disc version popping it in and playing won't be a fun experience as you can't play the actual game after hitting a wall with difficulty levels of they even boot

But classic titles like vice city will still be the same in 2049 as they were in 2001 provided you play on a disc not stripped down digital versions that have the soundtrack cut out ten years later

Traecy1453d ago

They don't die,they just become irrelevant. Multiplayer games are another story.

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