Irish-headquartered middleware networking firm DemonWare has announced that it is working with Atari to deliver networking on a number of titles that will be launched on next generation console platforms, including PSP and Xbox360.
Specifically, Paradigm Entertainment, a wholly owned subsidiary of Atari, and former developers of Pilot Wings 64
and Terminator 3: The Redemption
is currently working on integrating DemonWare's network technology, which includes the DemonWare State Engine and DemonWare Matchmaking+, into their games.
DemonWare has a range of network products tailored to the needs of modern multiplayer gaming, and its technology is currently featured in titles including Starship Troopers
and Stacked With Daniel Negreanu
. The company recently opened its Vancouver office to provide additional customer support to its North American customers.