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Being a gamer in the modern age is very different from being one 10 years ago. Gaming is no longer widely perceived as a hobby of the teenager or reclusive nerd. Today, games are overshadowing major Hollywood productions in terms of revenue and each major title release is given the same reception as a highly anticipated blockbuster. When considering what the future might be for multiplayer gaming, it's important to take a look at the past, and see where things have been going. After all, you might be surprised how many old concepts are set to make a comeback in the modern computing world. With MMOs seeing a decline in numbers and paid subscriptions, perhaps the smaller, more community-driven gaming world is beginning to see signs of a second wind.
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