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The more the merrier? Of course, when its time for Multiplayer!

This episode of Point Streak talks all about Multiplayer gaming.  What makes for a great multiplayer experience?  How much has it evolved from the early days of console and PC gaming to the present?  Why is it so often that single-player and multiplayer game design and marketing end up on such divergent paths? Grab a spare controller and join in as Jeff, Vernon and Tony team up to tackle this topic together.

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Point Streak is a podcast where we discuss varying topics involving the gaming industry. Jeff (Baron Fang) selects a team to handle some topics that either are avoided by others or aren’t popular enough to be discussed by mainstream video game news. It is, indeed, a podcast based on opinions and should be taken as such.

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3 Comments ON " Point Streak: Multiplayer "
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    Gmandam August 8, 2014 at 09:33 - Reply

    Evolve sounds like fatman zombie mode from Halo 3 custom games. One fat zombie, who is invincible but slow and everyone else is normal humans. The fatman wins by infecting the humans and turning them into super vulnerable but fast zombies.

    Some of the techniques you develop in the mode are funny and surprisingly effective, shame the community wasn’t how it was on the game.

    Edit:- Destiny is a MMO, even if they say it isn’t. Bless them for trying thought.

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    Baron Fang August 8, 2014 at 13:58 - Reply

    Yeah it certainly has a lot of the trappings of an MMO, but without the monthly fees I’m happy to go along with their creative word-play :P

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      Gmandam August 8, 2014 at 19:31 - Reply

      Try Guildwars 2, it’s a great F2P MMO that doesn’t really gouge you.

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