Posts Tagged ‘server shutdowns’

The Fall Of Earthrise

By Craig Pearson on February 10th, 2012.

Join us in remembering the good times.
You’re probably in trouble if Richard Cobbett hasn’t heard of you. When I mentioned to him that Earthrise, a sci-fi based MMO, had closed its servers, he responded with a dismissive shrug, trying to casually hide his missing knowledge in a stance of indifference. But I spotted a bead of sweat forming on his forehead, and knew that Masthead‘s MMO’s failure to make an impact with him had truly damned it.

The servers were shut off yesterday after a year online.
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EA Closing Mercs 2, LOTR Conquest Servers

By John Walker on February 17th, 2010.

No more co-op for you, matey.

EA is closing down its online support for late 2008’s Mercenaries 2: World In Flames. As of March 16th this year, you’ll no longer be able to play a multiplayer or co-op round of a game that’s been out for just seventeen months. This is part of another wave of EA gaming shutdowns that includes games barely a year old, as detailed on the rather optimistically named “Service Updates” section of EA’s site.

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