All trolling aside now. You keep saying "research it yourself" etc etc, but you are the one making a claim. The burden of proof is on you. You say you found orphan .dll files, but cannot tell us where you found them. You say they are keeping ports open but cannot tell us what information is being sent/received. Basically, your statement comes down to "I found this stuff somewhere that I don't remember and it's doing stuff that I think is bad bud don't really know what it's doing. Prove me wrong!" Shifting the burden of proof: a common logical fallacy.
Anyways, logical fallacies aside, just for fun, I dug a little deeper. I have been completely unsuccessful in locating the mystery .dll files, with and without Shaiya, Ignite, or any other AGE game or software installed. (Search was done directly and also using Advanced SystemCare 6.1 Pro.)
With all Aeria products uninstalled, and before running any type of scan, I used a small utility called CurrPorts which allows me to view all open ports on my computer. Nothing out of the ordinary there.
Furthermore, after game.exe initially flagged as a generic trojan agent, I contacted Malwarebytes support and provided them a copy, asking if they could check for a possible false positive. While they have not replied to me directly, at this time nothing within the Aeria Games folder on my PC is coming up as a virus.
Are you sure that these .dll files you found came from AGE? I did a quick google search of "ijji.ava.dll" and the only results that came up were links to your posts here on the Shaiya forums and some links discussing hacks and cheats for the game A.V.A.