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Krater
Krater

PC
Genre: Role Playing
Developer: Fat Shark Official Site: http://www.kratergame.com
Publisher: Lace Mamba
Release Date:
12th June 2012
Krater

Genre: Role Playing
Developer: Fat Shark
Official Site: http://www.kratergame...
Publisher: Lace Mamba
Release Date:
12th June 2012
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Wednesday, 24 October 2012
Post by Eorl @ 11:01am 24/10/12 | 0 Comments
Developer Fatshark has announced today that the long-awaited Co-Op mode for their hack-and-slash post-apocalyptic title Krater is now available for free to anyone. The new mode was included today in a post detailing bug fixes, tweaks to loot and more importantly performance issue resolutions.
"We are very happy to bring co-op to the Krater universe. The download is free, and will also include a large number of updates to the single player content." says Martin Wahlund, CEO and Executive Producer, Fatshark. "While the main game admittedly was released to fair success, that hasn't changed our commitment to our fans and our universe".

Krater is a retro-flavored post-apocalyptic top down RPG where you control a squad of free-diggers through the perils of an open game world. It is not your generic action RPG clone - it is lush in its colors, hardcore and got a different vibe to it. The base pillars are crafting, exploration and consequence. Consequence brings not only the ability for the characters to level up and improve themselves, but also permanent injuries and death.
Fatshark has also released a new trailer for the Co-Op mode, which has an uncanny resemblance to StarCraft 2's intro cinematic, even down to the robotic armour assembly which you can check out below.

Wednesday, 3 October 2012
Post by Dan @ 10:33am 03/10/12 | 0 Comments
Swedish indie dev Fat Shark has announced an October 23rd 2012 launch date for the promised co-operative mode for Krater, their ambitious action RPG that landed on Steam, perhaps a little prematurely (AusGamers 5/10), back in June.
“The co-op DLC will be available on October 23, 2012 via Steam. The download will be free, and will also include a large number of updates to the single player content.” says Martin Wahlund, CEO and Executive Producer, Fatshark. “Shortly thereafter there will also be new character DLC’s with some nice vanity flavor to them if you want your character to look the best when playing the game.”

Krater is a retro-flavored post-apocalyptic top down RPG where you control a squad of free-diggers through the perils of an open game world. It is not your generic action RPG clone - it is lush in its colors, hardcore and got a different vibe to it. The base pillars are crafting, exploration and consequence. Consequence brings not only the ability for the characters to level up and improve themselves, but also permanent injuries and death.

“The game experience from day one to now is very different. We have listened to the player feedback. There is a lot things adjusted and added to the game.” says Robert Bäckström, Producer, Fatshark. “If you played the game at release, and play it on October 23rd, you will get a whole new experience.”
A pair of co-op screenshots can be found over on the official site.
Friday, 22 June 2012
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:14pm 22/06/12 | 0 Comments
If you need to get your action-RPG on outside Diablo III or plain waiting for Torchlight 2, indie-developed Krater could tide you over, thought it's certainly not without its flaws, as Kosta found out during his review duties.
It’s a shame then that Krater is fundamentally flawed from a design perspective, and worst of all thanks to a laundry list of bugs and glitches, feels more like a beta release than the final product. The question of where exactly the problem lies with Krater is a difficult one, but can be found when you try and distill exactly what it is that makes an action-RPG -- a genre that thrives on repetition -- keep players coming back for more and more.
Click here for his full review thoughts.