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A review on the best server hosts out there for Minecraft
A review and comparison on the most well known server hosts for Ark: Survival evolved
A review on the most suitable server hosts for your Rust server
A review on the most popular and well known names in the Terraria server hosting industry
We've all been in this situation: you come across a killer deal on ebay for the thing you've been looking for. You get jittery and jumpy because you've been waiting for the time when this item would be affordable to you. Then you look closer... $100 shipping. Now this isn't the same with server hosting but there is a catch.
It is a common misconception that all servers run the same and are the same speed. To put it simply, they aren't the same. If you went out and brought a $50 server you should expect that the server runs well and that you get what you payed for. That is most certainly the case. You cannot expect a business which makes a living off of people like you buying servers and has rooms full of servers which cost $100s a month to keep running to just sell you a server for a single dollar.
Therefore, the cheapest deals you find, aren't always the best. But what you can do is continue to navigate our website to find our reviews on server hosts for your favourite games.
1) Affordable but performable
You don't want a $50 from some average performing server. You want what you're paying for. This is one of our musts in a server host.
2) IP configuration
Most good server hosts will provide a way of changing your server's IP address from say 126.96.36.199 to myminecraftserver.net. This is one of our musts when looking for a server hosts as it adds a form of professionalism to your server and is memorable for people wanting to join.
If you plan on playing a Minecraft server with your friends one day and an Ark server the next then you will want a server host which supports changing your server from game to game. Many good server hosts allow this and therefore this is one of our musts.
4) Player capacity
If you plan on opening your server to the public you will most likely need a large amount of player slots. This is one of our musts when looking for a game server host as you do not want to have an expected 50 players playing your server but your server host only has capacity for 10 players.
Here at Server Hosting Reviews we certainly do not like overpriced servers. You don't want to paying $100 for a server you could be paying for $40 somewhere else.