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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 ...

Nich Maragos, Blogger

September 15, 2005

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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.

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