I know the game very well, I helped test it before pre launch at R2 games when I was working there.
Yitien closed because of a lack of player interest and the developers moved on to new projects.
Thats hard on players but to be fair, it can take a lot of cashing players just to cover the costs of running the game and development and if a game is not covering costs then the developers are not getting paid to do updates and patches on the games.
its the harsh nature of online gaming and why so many games last 2-3 years before they fade.....many of them never break even or cover the costs of running and development, its generally the bigger games that provide the cash flow that keeps the smaller games running
Kitwritten: Veteran gamer. Started gaming in 1976. First computer TRS 80
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Gamer: a person who becomes the character they play,
They bleed energy drinks when hurt, their life is measured in bandwidth,
They age according to time online.
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