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i might've just missed it, but has there been any word on whether or not joining matches will be quicker than in the first? i know hvs says that connecting to games takes awhile cause of nintendo wifi's restrictions, but in call of duty reflex I could have games found and started within 5 seconds of searching for one. this is pretty much one of my only worries for the game, cause it was really a let down to wait 30 minutes for a match to connect to a match in the first conduit. but other than that i'm psyched for this
yeah i saw that earlier, but i'm curious as to how treyarch was able to make connecting so fast, in a port none the less. cause if it can be done in a watered down port, i don't see how it could be so hard to achieve in a game with a really hard working dedicated wii exclusive dev
Treyarch uses Activision's Matchmaking Servers if I'm correct. Also, they're using the IW COD4 engine which is a beast and they have much more experience regarding games with a heavy load on the servers.
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i'm pretty sure reflex uses nintendo wifi, seeing as it says nintendo wifi on the box. games like monster hunter and medal of honor that don't use nintendo wifi do not have the logo on the box. but i guess the fact that activision and iw specialize in online multiplayer management would make it faster
i just double checked my copy of medal of honor and monster hunter, and sure enough, neither have the logo or mention it anywhere. nintendo wifi connection is the official name for nintendo's servers, so why would they have it on a box of a game that didn't use it?