Above: No one is playing this
Number of people playing this game: Zero (0).
Above: No one is playing this either
Number of people playing Dark Sector and Prey online: Zero to the power of nobody.
Above: Yeah, there’s no one here, either
Number of people playing The Darkness, Dark Sector, and Prey online: How many crustaceans have won the Nobel Peace Prize?
While its multiplayer was pretty fun, again, it’s too old to have enough active players to make it feasibly enjoyable without a group of friends. Those who are still playing are either very good enthusiasts, or just killing time.
Above: It’s still fun, if you can find anyone to play
Chance we’ll joke that the planet is so lost, no one can find it: 100%, we just did.
Beautiful Katamari: Shockingly, we rocketed into an active world on our first try, played a couple matches, and actually had a good time. We could have sworn that when we tried a year ago, the game was as desolate as Dark Sector. Perhaps it was a fluke?
Above: Maybe it was…a few hours later and the universe was abandoned. Still, this game is too damn cute to bash
Rainbow Six Vegas: While it was stupidly laggy, there were still plenty of players online enjoying all kinds of tactical death-dealing. Rainbow Six Vegas 2 was likewise active.
Above: Stupidest-looking characters ever?
FarCry 2: Not only were there plenty of players at 10:00 a.m. PST, the bit of deathmatch we played was actually fun. It wasn’t quite as polished and intricate as some of the more popular online shooters, but it did its job well enough, and we played a few more rounds than we actually had to.
Above: And it looks pretty too
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