You can't keep a game down. In fact, it's almost like game developers don't want to let games die... even if the game in question wasn't theirs to begin with. Case in point: RaiderZ is apparently making a return thanks to Masangsoft, who acquired the game from MAIET Entertainment. Inc.
According to a post on the RaiderZ page on Facebook, Masangsoft has spent a good deal of time looking at the game and whether it's worth the effort to bring it back. According to them, the biggest factor in this decision is how much the fans seem to love it.
It’s true that RaiderZ is an old game that isn’t sophisticated enough to satisfy the gaming industry’s trends, technology and users’ point of view. However, the interest and affection of users is invaluable and important motivation for developing the game. We know that many people are curious about this game.
They go on to say that before they can bring the game back, there's more details they need to look into. They want to provide a better experience, so apparently, they're going to be taking their time.
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