I saw your post here and made a wiki account just for this as I've also been trying to track down these games for quite a while now. It might be possible to get some info about these games (and even the long lost episode 7?) if we can find someone who can speak Japanese to get in touch with original developers.
Beyond the name being the same, Google translate indicates that this duo previously worked at Bandai Namco games, the same company that brought CS:N to Japan, leading me to believe that this is indeed the team that brought us the original games. On a side note, 我也是华人， 每次看日语能看得懂汉字可什么别的都不懂真讨厌。
Edit: I think this pretty much confirms that they're the developers of WM
Ah, cool. I did quite a bit of research a while ago but struggled to come up with anything because I was getting a bit overwhelmed by the research I need to do and compile. This is a useful source that I will be definitely checking out later.
Seems like this domain was only registered well after they released those CS:N games. I tried searching it with google's site search but couldn't find anything relating to CS, maybe you'll have better luck. Also, this domain expires in a couple of months so I took the liberty of archiving it in case it goes down in the future.
Not sure how Contraz got the secondary preference. Since they buy a random pistols either. There's only few exception when they're low on funds and has pistol preference. Than they will buy the preferred pistol. But otherwise if they respawn with enough money. They will buy a random pistol with a preferred primary weapon.
Explanation about members are boring, because they are text-only and have almost similar style with other members.
Well, nothing we can do about the similar style. But I think we can make the explanation more interesting by adding individual picture explanation. I mean the result should be look like this: http://left4dead.wikia.com/wiki/Left_4_Dead_Soundtrack (replace soundtrack audio with picture about individual bots).
Ok. This was discussed a while ago. Wikia doesn't support multiple category searching per page, so the categories are intentionally concise. You cannot search (or more accurately, sort) stickers and global offensive, so you have tiered categories. It was a move we made a while ago to make it easier to browse via categories.
i don't think the latter two categories for both should even exist because stickers and containers are only in csgo
This is for future proofing, in case another CS game pops into existence, or stickers are suddenly supported in other CS games.
As for the extra category Counter-Strike: Global Offensive stickers and just Global Offensive stickers, it should only be the latter. We reduced all long category names this way to keep shorter titles. Not fixing those was an oversight on my part.