Expounding on the premise of the original CrimeCraft, Bleedout adds more tweaks, more missions, and sets a far darker tone than its advertisement-laden predecessor. But can it stand on its own? Read on, won’t you?
You know what gangs are good at? Shooting at each other. And pretty soon, you can pull out a burner and murk some fools of your own in the persistent online shooter CrimeCraft. The game’s out on August 25th – in the meantime, check this article every day for the next five days for a new exclusive video, each featuring a demonstration of one of the game’s killtacular skills, weapons, or devices.
Editors Brett Elston and Chris Antista took some time last week to interview representatives from some of the biggest games Comic-Con 2009 had to offer.
Editors Brett Elston and Chris Antista snuffed out the raging nerd-flames that demanded they stay on the move at last week's Comic-Con and sat down for some some 'professional' discourse with some of this year's biggest developers. The entire collection of interviews can be heard in the TalkRadar Comic-Con special, but if you're picky, you can listen to any of the individual interviews here. Allons-y!
Chris Antista and Brett Elston spent their weekends slaving away over hot laptops to bring you this very special episode of TalkRadar, which delivers all the Comic-Con game coverage you could possibly care to hear out of ear buds.
While the often-delayed Huxley has long proclaimed itself the premiere MMORPG shooter, it seems a new contender is emerging in hopes of claiming that particular genre-hybrid crown. Vogster's urban gang-themed CrimeCraft is gunning down a very similar path, offering the mouse-and-keyboard crowd a dedicated shooter covered in an appealing MMORPG paint job.
The Horde hates the Alliance. When there’s a downpour downtown in City of Heroes, the villains don’t give the good guys a ride to work. A high elf archmage in Warhammer Online wouldn’t take a goblin shaman to prom. Conflict sustains MMOs.
CrimeCraft has one of the most boring names we’ve ever heard. But it’s also guilty of being the prettiest free game we’ve seen in a while. We don’t usually associate free-to-play titles with impressive visuals. If anything it’s just the opposite. But developer, Vogster Entertainment’s upcoming shooter/MMO, CrimeCraft looks ready to raise the bar across the board for genre in terms of graphics.Check
We don’t usually get excited when we hear the words “free” and “MMO” in the same sentence. That is, until we saw the free-to-play third-person shooter/MMO, CrimeCraft. The game’s rather straightforward title doesn’t do much to distance itself from the glut of second-rate free-to-play games flooding the online market these days. But after checking out an early build, we have to admit that it’s
The MMO movement gets another shot in its great big arm as the distressingly-titled Vogster Entertainment announced CrimeCraft. Its a sort of MMO GTA where thousands of people walk the shadier path of life, running shady businesses and generally getting up to no good - killing, robbing, smashing stuff, that sort of thing. Easily the best thing to come from the Ukraine since the Chicken Kiev, were