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Basement Crawl Becoming Basement Brawl… Free Makeover for PS4 Indie Game Coming Soon

So it’s no secret that we were more than a little bit excited for the release of a certain PlayStation 4 indie title called Basement Crawl which released a while back after much build up and our own RGN Interview of the dev team. This title which was set to be a multiplayer only re-imagining of the Bomberman style of gameplay landed to much harsh critical review. Our own experience with the title was not very good either. But we were promised something big was coming for those who had invested in the title. That something big is finally beginning to take form over at Bloober Team, the development studio responsible for its release.

Basement Crawl will receive a massive update that Bloober promises will upgrade the game in many ways and give it a completely different offering to gamers. If you already have Basement Crawl then you’ll get to experience all of this for free, since Bloober feels bad for making so many people upset with the initial release.

Once this update drops, Basement Crawl will no longer exist. Instead, Basement Brawl will be the new name of the game. Over the next few weeks videos will be released to show off exactly what is changing and how it looks, but here is a bulleted list of what was told to me in regards of what to expect from Basement Brawl – a new beginning for Bloober on PS4.

  • Single Player Campaign added to give back story to characters and the universe they inhabit.
  • New build on a new engine.
  • New gameplay mechanics (more details on this soon).
  • Beta before release (this might only be available to press though).
  • Plenty of user feedback incorporated, including many manually retrieved from user forums and online websites (so speak your mind and the devs will find your speech and attempt to translate that into this makeover of the game).
  • Q4 2014 release window expected.

Stay Tuned for More info on Basement Brawl as it becomes available.

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Basement Crawl – Gameplay Trailer [HD 1080P]

The Gameplay Trailer of Basement Crawl is presented below in Full 1080P High Definition.

 

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New PS4 Basement Crawl Screenshots Released By Bloober Team

You may recall that not too long ago I sat down with Bloober Team to discuss the upcoming PlayStation 4 indie title Basement Crawl which has had its placeholder icon appear on the PlayStation Store this week. Soon the game will be released and RealGamerNewz will have our very own multiplayer review for our audience. If you missed the Exclusive RGN Interview be sure to check it out now and enjoy the following screenshots below which were released today by Bloober Team in anticipation of the game’s incoming release.

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Deals: A-Men 1+2 Bundle Announced For PS3 + Vita

Bloober Team are releasing their A-Men 1+2 Bundle in North America next month (January 2014) for $12.99 and it is now available as of today in Europe for 12.99 EUR. As you may recall, Bloober Team did an Exclusive Interview with us recently about their upcoming PlayStation 4 title Basement Crawl.

In this bundle gamers will be scooping up two titles in one at a significantly reduced price on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita platforms. The side-scroller focuses on a mix of action-oriented gameplay mechanics and light-hearted humor and has previously released at nearly twice the cost it’s being offered at now.

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RealGamerNewz Interviews PlayStation 4’s Basement Crawl Developers Bloober Team

Although we have had a little bit of trouble tracking down Bloober Team and securing an interview with them, our recent Basement Crawl Article previewing currently released information on their exclusive PS4 title Basement Crawl (releasing soon) caught the attention of Marc Colhoun who actually contacted us in the comments section of that very post leading to the following interview taking place. *Answers are unedited and uncensored thoughts of the developer, questions asked by myself, Jon Ireson (Editor-In-Chief).

RealGamerNewz: What’s it like working with Sony?

Bloober Team: Sony has been really great with us throughout the whole process of development with any questions that we had and even helping us with marketing.

RealGamerNewz: In what ways does Basement Crawl deviate from the classic retro game that inspired it?

Bloober Team: Basement Crawl is definitely inspired by a few things, we all love Bomberman here and we did take some inspiration from there but we were also inspired by grindhouse movies and I think that it shows in the final product. The way we set out to change this is that we have really brought this nostalgic feeling into a modern setting with modern mechanics and a very nice graphic style. On top of all this we really wanted to create the best multiplayer experience possible, so be it online or local, our game will fill the gap where the current titles out there seem to be falling short.

RealGamerNewz: How many hours have you personally put into playing the game while developing it?

Bloober Team: That is a really tough question actually… I have no idea, but really a lot. It is really addictive.

RealGamerNewz: What’s the most hilarious moment that occurred in development of Basement Crawl?

Bloober Team: Probably the day after GIK (http://gamesinvestkrakow.com/). Watching a full office of people hungover attempting to work is pretty great.

RealGamerNewz: Does Bloober Team have any interest in creating Basement Crawl DLC some day? If not, how about a sequel?

Bloober Team: We are currently discussing the future of Basement Crawl and what we feel we should do to support those who choose to pick it up. We aren’t sure exactly what just yet… but we will support the game with extra content after the release.

RealGamerNewz: Will Bloober Team work on New IPs after this game? (spoiler alert: RealGamerNewz LOVES New IPs)

Bloober Team: We are working on something extremely unique and really exciting that I, unfortunately, can’t talk about right now. (expect some content very soon though).

RealGamerNewz: Are there any hints at all (even a one word obscure tease) which you can provide for the project your team will provide after Basement Crawl?

Bloober Team: Half.

RealGamerNewz: What is your favorite game of all time?

Bloober Team: I really am not sure about this… I remember the feeling I got the first time I played Deus Ex and it blew me away, so I am tempted to say that but generally anything that gives me a bow and arrow gets much love from me.

RealGamerNewz: How did you discover the RealGamerNewz article about Basement Crawl?

Bloober Team: At Bloober Team we think that if someone has written about our company or one of our games, the least we can do is write to them and thank them as well as talking with their community and answering any and all questions that they have for us.

RealGamerNewz: Thank you for your time, one last question! When is the release date of Basement Crawl!? 🙂

Bloober Team: Basement Crawl will be released for PS4 at the beginning of 2014, we will fill the gap in really addictive and fun local and online multiplayer games.

***Editor’s Note: If you have any questions for the devs at Bloober Team be sure to leave them in the comments section below and we’ll do our best to get them answered! RGN over and out!!!

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Basement Crawl PS4 EXCLUSIVE INDIE Preview – RealGamerNewz

Basement Crawl is a PlayStation 4 Exclusive Indie game hitting the PlayStation Network very soon which takes influence from the classic age of gaming. In this polish developed title the gameplay consists of multiplayer madness in which players find themselves navigating mazes such as the one seen above. Online up to 8 players face off (or in your living room up to 4 on one console) setting traps for each other and trying to avoid them in Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch modes with specific abilities and characters of their choosing. There is also an artificial intelligence that can be faced as well. Overall, the game is clearly one that should look very familiar to many of us gamers who’ve been around the block a few times, and have been gaming since the start of this glorious industry.

Bloober Team, who are responsible for creating this title, have stated in previous that the Xbox ONE and Wii U are not the home for this title for one simple reason: hardcore gamers are on the PS4. While the development firm has respect for all of “the big three”, Basement Crawl is a game that should be played by the most gamer of gamers. I personally couldn’t agree more and have already been enjoying my time spent on the flood of PS4 indie titles both already released and coming soon (which I’ve been privileged enough to play early in some cases).

In Basement Crawl the character you select acts as a class and each will have different abilities that make it important to find and select the most beneficial character according to your play-style. This is a concept being done very well in many new games and in Basement Crawl you can expect to see things like proficiency of healing in one character against another. This game comes in at 1080P graphics set and performs with a solid engine at 60 frames per second, but I think it’s clear to see that the main feature of Basement Crawl will be the fun factor. We look forward to providing our audience with more on this game as we are able to.

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PS4 Exclusive Basement Crawl Gets New Screenshots

Check out the following screenshots released for the upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive Basement Crawl which we’ve shown before in Teaser Trailer format. The game is set for a release any day now as developers continue to promise a 2013 next-generation launch window release date. We’ll be in touch with more information as the game approaches its release as well as developer interview and review as they become available right here on RealGamerNewz.

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PS4 Indie Launch Title Basement Crawl Gets Teaser Trailer [HD]

Basement Crawl received the following teaser trailer today in high definition presented by RealGamerNewz. If you have any questions about this PlayStation 4 indie launch title be sure to let us know so we can direct them to the developers.

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PS4 Launch Window Title ‘Basement Crawl’ Gets Box Art

Basement Crawl was first spoken about on RealGamerNewz a little over a week ago. Today we present you with the Box Art (key art, or whatever you want to call it) for the game. We look forward to providing you with more information about Basement Crawl as it becomes available. Here’s an excerpt from the Official Press Release below:

“As we get close to the PS4 launch, it seems that more big-name launch titles are slipping into next year.  Luckily for those of us grabbing the system Day 1, Sony’s support for indie devs is still bringing the games, and Bloober Team’s Basement Crawl will be there.  The game is expected in the 2013 launch window, and it will give ya’ll something fun and different to play with on your shiny, new PS4s.”

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‘Basement Crawl’ Indie Launch Title for PlayStation 4 Getting Teaser Video Soon

Basement Crawl is an independently produced game coming out of Krakow from developer Bloober Team who will soon be revealing a detailed overview of this next-gen launch title as well as a teaser video. Just after the PS4 releases you’ll be able to get into this game which is set to feature multiplayer classes, and is currently being described as a dark twist on “Bomberman meets Spy vs. Spy”. Stay tuned on RealGamerNewz as we plan to deliver an interview with the developers behind this title and find out exactly what Basement Crawl is all about once and for all. For now, please enjoy the concept art provided above and below this text. 😉

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