Get ready for a blast from the past as Mplayer.com, the '90s-era online PC gaming and matchmaking service, is making a comeback after going dark nearly 15 years ago.
The fallout from GameSpy’s decision to shut down its online multiplayer hosting network continues as Electronic Arts recently released a list of 50 games across multiple platforms that will see their online components go dark on June 30.
GameSpy, the mobile networking technology that provides multiplayer support for a number of mobile titles across several platforms, will be shutting down on May 31 according to a notice on the company’s website.
Ziff-Davis, owner of IGN Entertainment, recently announced they will be closing three very popular video game websites in their network: 1UP, GameSpy and UGO. The decision is also leaving a number of people looking elsewhere for employment as the company…