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Various PS3 and PSP game servers being shut down soon-ish

EA's not the only publisher that shuts down servers.

Sony has announced plans to shut down the servers for a few PSP games, as well as one PS3 game.

As of August 31st, you'll no longer be able to play The Eye of Judgement Legends online. Then, later, on October 1st, Sony intends to shut down the servers for SOCOM: Fire Team Bravo 3, Motorstorm: Pacific Rift, and Motorstorm: Arctic Edge.

Naturally, you'll still be able to play these games offline, but if you finally want to try online play in Eye of Judgement, now's the time to give it a shot.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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