Right section, right? Anyways, Viacom sold Xfire off. This is the latest broadcast message from the Xfire Team:
Xfire was bought by new owners today. Most of the team that has built Xfire over the last six years is leaving. We enjoyed working for you for the last 127 releases and wish we could stay to create the next 127. Good bye, good luck, and game on. --- The Xfire Team
No other details have been released by the new/former owners.
29th January 2005
Xfire doesn't seem to have the same status it used to have. I haven't really used it all that much anymore, but I guess that's because its redundant considering many of my MP games are on steam.
Probably about the same reason I haven't logged on in about a month. I don't need duplicate programs messing with eachother while I'm trying to play a game. :|
23rd October 2007
I like Xfire more than Steam, don't know why, but I usually have all my chatting programs open at once, MSN, Xfire, Steam, Skype, etc.
I have too many open at once, so losing Xfire wasn't a huge deal, especially when my Steam/Xfire friends list was pretty much mirrored.
I believe in magic
29th May 2007
I have a lot of games that aren't on Steam, but they can still be tracked by Xfire.
22nd September 2005
People still used Xfire?
29th January 2005
Xfire was acquired by a small company known as "Titan Gaming". Judging by that, it's safe to assume that the total amount xfire was acquired for was relatively small in the business sense, and obviously much smaller than what Viacom had paid to acquire it.
SCHOFIELD DID 4/30
10th August 2004
Billz1282;5371678People still used Xfire?
That was what I was wondering.
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Cooters on fire off the shoulder of General Discussion. I watched spittle-flecked posts glitter in the dark near the Pub. All those moments will
19th May 2008
i used it before ... but last time my pc was laged by xfire :( it was not so bad programm :P