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Fortresscraft: Evolved Survival Mode Update Released

Fortress Craft Evolved was released on Steam’s Early Access over a month ago, since that day, gamers have been begging ProjectorGames for a Survival Mode. ProjectorGames have finally answered that question, with a yes.

“A survival mode was always in the plans, but the players asked for it so frequently and adamantly that we bumped it up on the schedule so we can give them what they want now.” says Sawkins.

In this new survival mode, players will have to gather resources and build machines to stay alive and keep hypothermia from setting in. This new mode still has the “creative spirit” that the rest of the game does, but not players will have to survive. Keep in mind that survival mode is not completely developed, ProjectorGames wants to implement some more mechanics and also invading robots as they have promised. Take a look at the Survival Handbook and some survival mode gameplay below.

Survival Handbook

Environmental hazards such as heat, cold, toxic air and more require the use of the state-of-the-art suit you are wearing to stay alive, too bad your suit uses a lot of battery power sustaining life support! Here is what you’ll need to do to survive:
During the day, your suit is designed to absorb sunlight and power the battery.

Press ‘=’ to enter the Block Manager and check the box for ‘Machinery’ to see what you can make.
You have one Central Power HUB block in your inventory, use it to turn harvested resources into power to charge adjacent machinery.
Build Torches to heat your suit during the night time.

Dig deep for rare resources such as Gold, Lithium and Iron.

Pay close attention to the battery discharge rate on your suit, a Blue Bar indicates that extreme cold is affecting your suit whereas a Red Bar indicates extreme heat. When the bar is Green your suit is not currently being drained to maintain a livable temperature.
Use of the Jetpack and the Headlamp items cause faster depletion of your battery.
Watch out for mechanical spiders!

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Daedalic Updates Blackguards Early Release With Chapter Four

Deadalic Entertainments continues to update Blackguard Early Access (our hands-on Preview Here) with more chapters. Earlier this week, chapter 4 was released for download. Deadalic will continue to add more chapters into Blackguard until the official release

Available for $24.99 is the Standard Early Access Edition of Black Guards. Or players can purchase the Early Access Deluxe Edition for $34.99 which includes a 150 page artbook, and access to developer interview videos with six exclusive wallpapers. The Blackguard Early Access Contributor Edition is priced at $49.99; It includes an appearance of the buyer’s name within the game’s credits, as well as the first Blackguards DLC and a copy of the The Dark Eye point & click adventure Chains of Satinav for free.

All the editions includes all chapters for PC as they become available, and the full PC and Mac versions after the official release.

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Join Kickstarter and be an Early Tester for Victory by Petroglyph

Victory is a World War II strategy game being developed by Petroglyph. Early backers of their kickstarter program, which can be found here, will be able to not only play the game early but also become early testers for Petroglyph helping to shape the game’s mechanics as their feedback is factored into the design. Need more convincing? Check out the comments being made by the people behind the project below:

If World of Tanks, StarCraft and League of Legends had a baby, it would be Victory.”
– Oksana Kubushyna, Victory Project Lead

We’ve already found the Victory prototype to be very fun to play, and we’re just getting started. Even though we have a legacy of making award-winning RTS games, it’s exciting to branch out into a new and different strategy gaming experience.”
 Chuck Kroegel, CEO

“We’re thrilled to be creating Victory for our fellow gamers, and that the project is on Kickstarter! We’ll be able to take in community feedback right from the start of the campaign. Thanks to crowdfunding, we have an incredible opportunity to bring this amazingly fun game to our backers and fans.”
– Michael Legg, President and Cofounder

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Updated: Full Starhawk Beta Schedule, Release Date Announced

PlayStation Plus members gained access to the Starhawk Public Beta yesterday! Now you can play the upcoming third person shooter with real time strategy mechanics and experience X-Play’s Best Multiplayer Game of E3 for yourself. You can look for Starhawk to hit stores May 8, 2012 (hopefully before the world ends). As for those of you holding Starhawk beta codes from the Uncharted 3 launch week copies, your access goes live January 31.

Beyond the private beta’s features the following have been added:

  • Classic Arcade Flight-Mode: Private Beta players asked for it and we’re happy to include the classic arcade flight from Warhawk.
  • Host Migration: When the host leaves the game, the hosting duties transfer to another player and gameplay will continue, provided the option is checked.
  • Language Support: European and Japanese languages are included. Korea, China, Latin America and Brazil will be in Japanese…but these will include the appropriate languages for the full game.
  • Skills: Players will be able to collect unique Skills to use in gameplay based on their performance. PlayStation Network Friend Integration: Friends status, messages, and friend requests.
  • Bug Fixes: Lots and lots of bugs have been addressed.

Check out StarhawkTheGame.com for more details on the game and see below the official Starhawk Beta Schedule.

Check out Starhawk on Facebook to get more information on the game from the development team themselves.

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