DK Online Returns... On Steam Greenlight
DK (or Dragon Knights) Online, a more old-school style MMO that was once published by Aeria Games and went away for a while, is returning. The game -- which now appears to be being published by Masangsoft, Inc. -- has been listed on Steam Greenlight.
Admittedly, this might seem a bit odd for a game that already existed and was closed. But it seems like a good way to determine if there is an interest in it... either from those who used to play the game or newbies.
Judging from the comments on the Greenlight page, there seems to be a good bit of interest from former players. Whether or not this will be enough to get a Greenlight approval waits to be seen. If you'd like to vote for -- or against -- DK Online, you can find its page on the Steam site.
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