RaiderZ Previews - PC

Game Description: RaiderZ is an action MMORPG based on a non-targeting system, where players will have direct control over their characters and progress during battle versus the traditional "point-and-click" gameplay style. Players can look forward to battling and hunting a myriad of huge monsters that require strategy, skill, and in most cases teamwork.
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    RaiderZ PAX Prime Gameplay Preview -- Merciless Monster Hunting

    RaiderZ is all about monster hunting, and in our first-look at the FTP MMO we check out some of the weapons and abilities you'll have at your disposal in order to take out the strongest of bosses.

    Posted: Sep 7, 2012

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    RaiderZ PAX Prime 2012 Gameplay Preview

    RaiderZ is an action MMORPG game with a non-targeting system and G4tv was at PAX Prime 2012 to talk with Mark Hill, Senior Producer on RaiderZ, about the "monster-like" gameplay mechincs behind the game.

    Posted: Sep 5, 2012 | 1,396 Views | 02:38

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    Posted: November 1, 2012

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  • RaiderZ PAX Prime 2012 Gameplay Preview

    Posted: September 5, 2012

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  • RaiderZ PAX Prime 2012 Trailer

    Posted: September 3, 2012

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