Crimecraft review:Developed by Vogster Entertainment for Windows.
CrimeCraft is a 3D third-person MMO shooter that combines the best aspects of a Shooter and a MMORPG to Create an unprecedented action packed vibrant world of competition, economy and community. Crime Craft is set in a gritty fictional city of the near future, following an ecological disaster of unprecedented scale, where the price of life is far less valuable than one’s reputation. Join thousands of players online as you learn the rules of the street, build your own gang and do whatever it takes to survive amidst the chaos. Earn a reputation. Build a gang. Kill the competition.
FREE TO PLAY AND PAYMENT MODEL
- Unlimited Free Trial
New CrimeCraft players are able to experience the majority of game features for free for as long as they want.
- Seamless Transition
Players can seamlessly convert from a free trial to a paying account and switch between subscription levels. Features will be placed “on hold” or unlocked based on the current subscription level.
- Varied Subscription Options
In addition to playing for free as long as you want, CrimeCraft introduces a new Standard Subscription for $4.99/month in addition to the current $9.99/month Premium Subscription option. More casual CrimeCraft players can gain access to all the major features the game has to offer through the Standard Subscription, while the Premium Subscription is targeted at the hard core players that want to immerse themselves fully into the larger gang warfare meta-game.
The US stock market crashed to record lows, on a day called “The Last Black Friday”. So catastrophic was the fall that many believed the market would never recover, and it precipitated the worst economic crisis in US history. Investment firms and banks lost billions. The majority of the large corporations that survived the initial shock were forced to cut jobs, leaving millions of US workers unemployed and deepening the crisis. Farming and produce prices fell as commodity prices plummeted. Jobs were few and far between.
The economic collapse in the US continued unabated for over a year, with all government efforts to stem the destruction coming to naught. Outraged by the failure of the federal government to resolve the situation, citizens staged nationwide protests that all too often descended into riots, looting, and other acts of violence. Already struggling under the weight of the economic collapse, the federal government was unable to overcome the wide-spread hysteria of the citizenry, precipitating a national emergency. In the midst of this chaos, gangs and crime organizations were able to freely exert themselves on the streets of the nation’s cities and towns, plunging the nation even more deeply into a state of lawlessness. Businesses were plundered, homes were destroyed, and the once great cities of the US became war zones. Paramilitary organizations and corporate security forces also took advantage of the power vacuum, and the country could no longer hold together. As the federal government disintegrated, the nation was quickly divided up by the most powerful warlords, creating new nations and new frontiers.
Left isolated against the growing violence, local governments and their sapped police forces struggled to retain their authority. In desperation, many local governments erected walls around their cities, hoping to keep the violence from consuming them whole as they struggled to build an autonomous economy. Small, well-guarded safe areas were created where privileged citizens and businesses could live away from the violent fringes of the city.
While the walls kept the violence of gang warfare out of the city, the lives of everyone had changed forever. Gangs and violence were now a way of life. In an effort to retain a semblance of normalcy, a strict code of non-violence was mandated within the walls of every city, even as the world outside the walls was ruled by gangs who governed with bullets and blood.
- Turf War; Also known as TURF, Turf War is a PvP game mode that pits two teams against each other in an effort to control a map. There are 5 key locations on each TURF map, which teams can capture by standing on an interactive control point location. Each match begins with 1 home point per side, and 3 neutral points which can be captured by any side. Capturing progressive points will lock previously captured points, preventing enemy capture and moving the battle lines closer to the opponent’s base point. The match is won when one team controls all five points, or by whichever team controls the most points when the timer expires.
- Snatch N’ Grab; Also known as SnG, Snatch N’ Grab is a PvP game mode that pits two teams against each other in a point-scoring competition. Each team has a single flag at a base point that must be protected from the enemy. This flag can be picked up by the opposing team, who then tries to run it back to their base point. If one team can successfully return the enemy’s flag to their base point without having their flag picked up by the enemy, that team will score a point. The team that has the highest number of points at the conclusion of the match will be victorious.
- Robbery; Also known as ROB, Robbery is a PvP game mode that pits two teams against each other in an effort to steal as much of their opponent’s cash as possible. Each team starts with a bank of 100K, located in a safe at their base point. Teams must fight their way across the map to the opponent’s safe, where money is stolen by standing on the interactive point. The longer a player remains at the enemy safe, the more they can steal. However, these thieves must then make their way back to their safe while being unable to sprint or roll to evade the enemy. The match is won when one team steals all of the other team’s money, or by whichever team has the most money in their safe when the timer expires.
- Shootout; Also known as SHOT, Shootout is a PvP game mode that pits two teams against each other in a fight to the death. Each team has one goal: kill as many of the enemy as possible to rack up the highest number of cumulative team kills before the timer expires. Whichever team ends up with the highest final kill count at the end of the match is the winner.
- Riot; Also known as RIOT, Riot is a PvP game mode that is, essentially, every man for himself. There are no teams and no allegiances. In RIOT, it’s kill or be killed, and the goal is to rack up the highest number of points over the match timer. Whichever player ends up with the highest final point count at the end of the match is the winner.
- Safeguard; Also known as SFG, Safeguard is a PvE game mode that tasks a small group of players with defending a weapons cache against on onslaught of enemy bots. The weapons cache is an object with its own health pool, and it will take damage from any attacks made by the enemy bots. To win the match, players simply need to keep the weapons cache from being destroyed by the swarming enemy during the time allotted. This is a task easier said than done, however, as enemy bots will make use of almost all types of weapons in their effort to destroy the cache.
- Stockpile; Also known as STK, Stockpile is a PvE game mode that sends players into the field to recover valuable supplies captured by enemy bots. There are no teams in this game mode; instead, each player fights for him or herself. The goal is to accumulate as many weapon, armor, gadget and medicine crates as possible by the end of the match, while also accumulating points for kills scored against enemy bots. Players do not fight each other in this mode, just enemy bots. The crates a player recovers in this mode can be opened when the player returns to the city for a chance at valuable items.
MEDICINES AND BOOSTS
Fighting is hard, and sometimes the difference between victory and defeat is that little pick me up that keeps you going when the chips are down. Medicines and boosts are these pick me ups. They can heal you, they can make you stronger and they can make you tougher. There’s a wide variety of medicines and boosts available, and these consumable items can often save the day in tough battles.
Gang hideouts are available once your Gang has reached level 3. Hideouts are private areas where your Gang can hideout, and prepare for their next battle. Hideouts may be transformed with trophies earned in your battles. Vendors may be hired to perform their services within the space and top tier crafting areas are an addition reserved for only the best.
It offers three different monthly subscription fees. As such, it gets a $4.99 subscription in addition to the $9.99, but also get an unlimited free trial version. Players who choose the free trial version will be able to experience most of what the game has to offer, except maybe for winning an actual fight. The $4.99 and $9.99 subscriptions will have a faster experience gain, added skill slots and expanded inventory space as well as additional customization options.
OS: Windows XP / Vista
CPU: Pentium 1.6 GHz
RAM: 1024 MB
HDD: 5.5 GB
Graphics Card: GeForce 7600 / ATI Radeon X1600
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