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RaiderZ is a Free-to-Play Massively Multiplayer Online RPG (or MMORPG for short) in which players engage in battle against colossal and powerful beasts in order to save the world of Rendel from destruction.
Release Date: Jan 14, 2014

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Reviews

“The combat system is dynamic and enjoyable.”
93 – Ten Ton Hammer

“With action combat and very good monster/zone design, it's one of the better MMOs on the free-to-play market at the moment.”
74 – http://www.mmorpg.com/gamelist.cfm/game/604/view/reviews/load/245/RaiderZ-Equally-Fun-Frustrating.html

About the Game

RaiderZ is a Free-to-Play Massively Multiplayer Online RPG (or MMORPG for short) in which players engage in battle against colossal and powerful beasts in order to save the world of Rendel from destruction.

Experience action-based gameplay, join a hunting party, and team with up to 15 other adventurers to beat back the monstrous forces of destruction. In RaiderZ, you must hunt together, or die alone.

There are no set classes in RaiderZ. You are free to pick and choose from among different weapons and skills and their associated combat styles. Mix sword and shield with destructive magical forces, aid your allies with healing spells, or specialize in wielding two-handed hammers. The choice is yours!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP2 / Windows Vista / Windows 7
    • Processor: Dual-Core CPU at 2Ghz or faster
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c level GPU (GeForce 6000 or Radeon HD1000 series or newer) with 512MB Video RAM or more
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c level compatible sound card. DirectX 10 or 11 preferred
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7® (64-bit)
    • Processor: Quad-Core CPU 3Ghz or faster
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 11 level GPU with 1GB of Video RAM or more
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c level compatible sound card. DirectX 10 or 11 preferred
Helpful customer reviews
407 of 593 people (69%) found this review helpful
75 products in account
3 reviews
0.3 hrs on record
This game. Ohhhhh let me tell you about this game.

After spending about 15 minutes attemping to make an account, and the website giving errors everytime I tried to finalize - it apparently was creating accounts. So not only am I now the proud owner of about 3-4 accounts, I have to deal with this torment in my email for the rest of my life.

After drowning myself in anguish after the hassle of creating an account for this hell cursed game, I decided I'd give it the benefit of the doubt and give it a shot.

After attempting to log in, and waiting for 10 seconds - it kicked me off the game. Excellent. I figured "hey, let's try it again! Maybe it was just having a network error on their part".

Well, I got to log in, only to see the gawdy character creation that is the downfall of the artistic values in this game. I figured "let's click the COG at the top right and change some settings - only to see some poorly designed Low/Medium/High buttons". Of course with my computer, I naturally press "high" ancticipating an entire graphical benefit and change. Not even a little bit. Still looks as if someone threw up crayons onto a block of wood.

I throw myself into the game, and as soon as the loading screen completes, I am rudely yelled at by the Narrator screaming at me to press WASD to navigate. But during her mid sentence she was rudely interuppted by the hardcore 'intense' music that this game offers, at full scale volume. How unfortunate.

After speaking to my NPC and listening to his stale as hell voice, which sounds about as monotone as a giraffe or-gasm - I decided to give it even more hope. I attempted a strike on a few enemies. At that point, I re-evaluated my entire existence on this game and removed it immediately.

Best game - Game of the Year every year. 0/10
Posted: January 26th, 2014
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43 of 62 people (69%) found this review helpful
17 products in account
4 reviews
88.1 hrs on record
Me being a huge MMORPG fan, these types of games normaly come to my attention quite early in Beta. This one just slipped through, and me not knowing about it tell very recently. I've put 60 hours into it in the last 2 weeks. I've basically stopped playing every other game just to play this one. This game is very addicting, although kind of slow at the beginning. Now, I know what all the hardcore players will be saying. 'WoW was the first and best RPG.' Not true. Other people like other things, yes. So I urge you monster hunting fans to give RaiderZ a go. One huge turn off to me is that it came with a gamegaurd, probaly the worst one too. nProtect Gamegaurd. I'll get to that later though. Being an addicting game, RaiderZ will appeal to all monster hunting fans. It isn't a toolbar bashing game either. It can be, but it mostly is pressing a button to combo most of your attacks to one big one. Now, playing 60 hours in 2 weeks is kindof alot right? Well, considering of how much time I've played in the last few weeks, I haven't came across any game breaking bugs. Which is suprising, honestly. The level cap is 40, which doesn't seem like a whole lot. But me putting 60 hours into the game got me to about level 25. Meaning, its hard to level.

Some features of RaiderZ-

- 5 classes (Defender, Beserker, Cleric, Mage, and Assassin) and theres been some talk about a hunter
- Interesting looking armour for each class
- Great PvP
- Great leveling system
- Skill tree is interesting
- If you mess up your skill tree you can reset and and get all your skill points back
- Can mix classes (meaning you can have a tank who also heals)
- Warzone once you reach level 23
- Amazing monsters
- Great boss battles
- Challanging dungeons
- Good community

Now, back to Nprotect Gamegaurd. Yes there are some bad things that come along with it. But the worst thing is it breaks Google chrome while your playing RaiderZ. Which isn't really a big deal, if your like me and like to listen to music while doing some quests. Just use either a mobile device or another browser. Simple. (:

Of course, it being a game in general it has some annoying aspects aswell like...

- Once your reach warzone, level 30-31's kill you while your level 23
- Once in a while grinding of mobs and dungeons
- Most Clerics (healers) don't know what their doing
- Not as many mounts as I'd hope to be
- Kindof pay-to-win
- Monster textures/skins re-used
- NPC textures/skins re-used
- Voice acting is kindof weird
- Random frame drop while in Ingen and while PvP'ing

If those don't matter to you, because they don't matter to me. Then this game is for you. I completely reccomend this to anyone who wants to try another RPG because you won't be dissapointed. If anyone would like some ingame tips, my name in game is.

- Alfani - Level 25 Defender (at time of review)
- Arcadium - Level 13 Cleric (at time of review)
Posted: February 2nd, 2014
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15 of 17 people (88%) found this review helpful
41 products in account
1 review
62.5 hrs on record
Ive been playing this game for about a week now , the game style is good what i expected from a game made by perfect world not surprised you grind to lvl 15 then thats when the group play starts ... i get that "learn the game before letting other ppl carry you through it", that has never bothered me. i Love the Style combos the huge monsters and, fighting eye candy. its a beautiful game plz dont let a few bad experiences ruin the chances this game has to offer. GameGuard is nothing to be scared of , im running windows 7 on a computer that is 5 years old and i can alt tab out and nothing crashes.... all the reviews where ppl where talking about how awful the game runs , i just dont get it, i read the bad reviews AFTER i started playing this game is a see 0 resemblance to any bad reviews posted here i dont know what game they are talking about , but in my opinion it isnt this one.

The reviews where ppl are unhappy with the way the games play all i have to say is 'to each his own' and leave t at that , at least they tried it

1. i had no problem making an account
2. Had no problem logging in
3. i LOVED the detailed character creation
4. Nothing runs slowly or crashes while playing this game
5.i can ALT TAB out and google info i need with no problem

i suggest trying the game and seeing for your self
Posted: February 2nd, 2014
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15 of 19 people (79%) found this review helpful
643 products in account
372 reviews
3.7 hrs on record
RaiderZ is a very fun action-oriented MMORPG. With action combat and very good monster/zone design, it's one of the better MMOs on the free-to-play market at the moment. Although it is not without faults, it still makes for a very enjoyable casual experience.RaiderZ may not be able to go head-to-head against some of the bigger free-to-play MMOs on the market, but it does offer a fairly unique monster-hunter experience and fast-paced action combat that will keep you hooked for hours on end.On paper, RaiderZ might seem like an easy game to simply dismiss out of hand. Let's be frank: the name is kind of silly, and it's coming out of a market that is kind of notorious for producing less-than-stellar games. But the combination of charm and challenge is a winner.
Posted: April 14th, 2014
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
98 products in account
24 reviews
1.8 hrs on record
after TWO HOURS PATCHING THERE IS THREE preset options for quality, thats IT
and i crashed trying to load the game
and i crashed making a charactor
and i crashed after making a charactor
and i crashed loading the world
and i crashed loading the world
and i crashed loading the world
and i crashed loading the world
okay im uninstalling now.

(fun fact that crashed steam)
Posted: June 4th, 2014
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2,368 of 2,905 people (82%) found this review helpful
23 products in account
1 review
0.2 hrs on record
A warning that this comes bundled with nProtect GameGuard, a rootkit, would have been nice. GameGuard, according to wikipedia "hides the game application process, monitors the entire memory range, terminates applications defined by the game vendor and INCA Internet to be cheats (QIP for example), blocks certain calls to Direct X functions and Windows APIs, keylogs your keyboard input". Now I have to make sure that uninstalling the game removed the damn thing.
Posted: January 15th, 2014
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