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I hate to say "I told you so"... Well actually I like to be right but not about this. I saw that AA would fail even before the beta test ended. The problem is the game had no single player value and they wanted too much money for online play. The game is fun for a while but gets very repetitive. I could see lots of possibilities with the engine but the developers apparently didn't. The game was nothing but drive and shoot and get a bigger weapon.
Now I just hope they put out the developer's kit and a public server application so Auto Assault can at least live on. It has a lot of potential for other games to be based on it like racing games, demolition derby games or whatever. Just look at games like Quake 1 and Half Life. People are still playing those games online. I know they're not MMORPGs but they are action games like AA.
Now I think even if they don't release a public server application, hackers will develop one.