Computer action games/3D shooter URL's
QUESTION: Hi Hank,
I would like to know the URL's of 3D first person shooters like
Digital Illusions CE
Atomic Planet Entertainment
EA Los Angeles
GSC Game World
Looking Glass Studios
Could you please help me to get them?
ANSWER: id Software - www.idsoftware.com
City Interactive - www.cigames.com/games/
Valve Softeware - www.valvesoftware.com
Raven Software - www.ravensoftware.com/
Monolith Productions - www.lith.com
Digital Illusions CE - www.dice.se/
Gearbox Software - www.gearboxsoftware.com/
Zombie Studios - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zombie_Studios - http://rsigaming.com/
NovaLogic - www.novalogic.com/
Jarhead Games - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piranha_Games - http://piranhagames.com/
Rebellion Developments - www.rebellion.co.uk/
Ubisoft Montreal - montreal.ubisoft.com/en/home/
Atomic Planet Entertainment - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_Planet_Entertainment
Infinity Ward - www.infinityward.com/
Sega - www.sega.com
Techland - techland.pl/?lang=en
Treyarch - www.treyarch.com/
Action Forms - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Action_Forms
Bungie Studios - www.bungie.net/
Capcom - http://www.capcom.com/
Capstone Software - www.pasco.com/capstone/
EA Los Angeles - www.ea.com
Electronic Arts - www.ea.com
Epic Games - https://epicgames.com/
GSC Game World - www.gsc-game.com
Looking Glass Studios - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Looking_Glass_Studios - http://web.archive.org/web/20000620143131/http://www.lglass.com/
Lucasarts - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LucasArts - http://lucasfilm.com/games
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QUESTION: Hi Hank,
thanks a lot for your answer!
I fear I did not pose the question correctly; I need the URL's to which the games of these companies connect to when playing.
It seems that they are different than the official URL's.
Example: Battlefield 3 from EA does not connect to www.ea.com, but to ...?
Any chance to retrieve this?
This is a very difficult question to answer mainly because companies normally do no publish this info to anyone or any where out side of the company I would imagine. Plus for most FPS multiplayer games, like Battlefield & Counter Strike and such, you only really use company servers for match making and then a lot of times once you have found a match/game you want to play you then end up connecting to a different server on a different networked that is rented/owned by someone outside of the game making company. Sorry, this is the best answer I can think of.