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DS and PSP N+ Servers Down for Good

With the closing of SilverBirch Studios, and the game being declared a financial failure by Atari, players will no longer be able to enjoy multiplayer or level sharing.

When SilverBirch Studios closed doors earlier this year, the servers for N+ on the DS and PSP were also turned off. Atari has been attempting to recover this data and return the servers to their former glory, however it appears the data is now gone for good.

According to metanet software, due to the data being corrupt and the game being "more or less a financial failure," Atari has decided to permanently close down the N+ servers.

Players will no longer be able to share data via their DS or PSP, nor will they be able to partake in any multiplayer matches. While this is unfortunate for handheld N+ owners, N+ on XBLA will not be effected.


 

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