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Entire MMO vanishes from the internet

An entire MMO has been wiped from the internet after the game’s server was damaged beyond repair, according to translated reports.

It has emerged that Japanese firm Sankando had shut down its MMO, called M2, late in October to perform emergency maintenance on a set of servers.

Despite efforts by Sankando, and the game’s South Korean operator Hangame, M2’s data could not be restored.

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