CrimeCraft is a massively multiplayer game developed by Vogster Entertainment for the PC. The game was released in Q3 2009.
The folks at Vogster Entertainment have had their hands full over the past few months, and rightfully so. CrimeCraft came to the frontlines of the video game market at the beginning of September, its glossy package design promising 'gripping, action-packed shootouts' and 'role-playing elements exclusive to today's hottest MMO games. Read More.
Previews and Features
MMO's have always posed a challenge for the modern day game critic. With constantly evolving content, the game is actively changing from day to day, and it's difficult to accurately assess a game that's in this constant state of flux. One needs to not only critique a game in its current state, but also make an educated guess as to how much potential it has moving forward. Read More.
CrimeCraft is an upcoming persistant world shooter looking to give the player a little crime and danger in their life. The basis of the game is a world set in the future when cities have been walled-in to decrease new dangers that have presented themselves due to ecological disasters and a full-on crash of the world economy. Read More.
Vogster is pleased to announce the implementation of their previously announced Unlimited Free Trial Program, new Tiered Subscription model and the first major Content Update for CrimeCraft, its Persistent World Next-gen Shooter (PWNS) for the PC. Now gamers will have the freedom to play CrimeCraft for free for as long as they like, or unlock the full set of game features and game options with the flexible Standard or Premium subscriptions. Read More.
THQ and Vogster announced the Persistent World Next-Gen Shooter CrimeCraft, has shipped and will be available for purchase at exclusive retail partners Best Buy and Future Shop. Gamers can now form online gangs and compete against each other in the gritty, urban world of CrimeCraft, where guns, numbers and skill determine who climbs to the top of the heap and rules the streets. Read More.