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Sony is removing the rug from under the feet of multiplayer-only games. In result, Sony is removing the rug from under the feet of gamers who still play (or might enjoy) those multiplayer-only games. Throughout the early first quarter of 2014 there will be a number of games that will cease to exist, forever.
The rumors were true: Zipper Interactive is closing its doors for good. Today Sony confirmed that they're shuttering the studio, best known for creating the PlayStation exclusive shooter series. The company has about 80 employees.
Zipper Interactive, creator of the SOCOM military shooter series, may be closing its doors soon. A new report suggests that Sony, who owns Zipper, is planning to shut it down due to unknown reasons.
Tomorrow marks the first anniversary of PS3 multiplayer shooter MAG's release. Zipper Interactive will be celebrating the occasion in three different ways.
Zipper Interactive released the massive 2.0 update for multiplayer shooter MAG today. The patch includes support for PlayStation Move.
Sony has added seven recent releases to their PS3 Greatest Hits Library. These games are now available in North America for $29.99 and sport new packaging.
Patch 1.07 for multiplayer shooter MAG is now live. In addition to fixing bugs and adding a faction neutral version of Suppression game mode, the patch introduces a "Happy Hour" mechanic.
Since MAG's release earlier this year, Zipper Interactive has been releasing new content in drips and drabs. However, now they're gearing up to release the game's first expansion pack, Interdiction, on June 22nd.
If you're an online shopping addict, your willpower will be sorely tempted today. GameStop offering several big releases from late 2009 and early 2010 at a discounted rate.
Zipper Interactive is celebrating the release of a new downloadable content pack in the traditional manner. They plan to hold a double XP event this weekend.
Multiplayer shooter MAG is about to get another helping of free downloadable content. Starting Thursday, April 29th, players will be able to download the Fast Attack Gear Pack.
Next week the first downloadable content for MAG will arrive. Surprisingly enough, it won't cost you a cent.
To help ease the over-anxiety of waiting to pick up the game from retailers, Sony has released the official launch trailer for MAG.
PC/Xbox 360 role-playing game Mass Effect 2 and PS3 multiplayer shooter MAG both hit North America on January 26th. Instead of taking sides in the console war, GameStop will be holding a midnight launch for both.