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Comment Re:Was it EA..... (Score 1) 386 386

I don't think so. It makes sense for games where users share a "realm" (=> multiplayer games) - so all its computations are done at one place. But if every user needs his own "instance" of data and its processing, there is not much to be gained from centralization - the processing power needed would be multiplied by number of users.

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