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This special edition of Krater costs $10,000

Perhaps you've considered plunking down $15 for a pre-order of Fatshark's upcoming action RPG Krater and thought to yourself, this just isn't expensive enough. If your deep, deep pockets yearn for something more, Fatshark is ready to deliver – literally. Pay $10,000 (or €7,999) for...

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Krater gameplay trailer looks cool, interesti -- whoa, that's a shark

We're sure Krater, the top-down post-apocalyptic RPG from Fatshark, looks like a great game. We assume it does, but we can't know because there's a vicious shark in the intro of the above gameplay video and we about died and couldn't watch the rest. If you're brave enough, give it a go yourself....

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'War of the Roses' and 'Chivalry' wage war without all the nonsense

Of all the games I played this year at PAX East, two unlikely contenders stood out. They weren't indie darlings or supported by the donations of Kickstarter enthusiasts. And they weren't first-person shooters, nor character action games set against historic backdrops. Both games – Fatshark's...

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Dig into Krater for Windows on June 12, for Mac in July

Fatshark's post-apocalyptic crater-crawler is launching on PC this summer, the Swedish publisher has revealed. Krater, which means "crater" in Swedish, involves a military base hidden inside of a massive cr – okay, you get it. It's a traditional top-down RPG with a crafting system, explorable...

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Fatshark announces Krater, a post-apocalyptic RPG coming to PC in 2012

Believe it or not, Fatshark has had the same game on its mind for ten years. It's called Krater, a top-down RPG focusing on crafting, exploration and consequence. "Consequence brings not only the ability for the characters to level up and improve themselves, but also permanent injuries and...

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'Project Postman' is War of the Roses, a medieval multiplayer melee actioner

"The focus initially is gonna be on the PC," Paradox Interactive senior producer Gordon Van Dyke told me in an interview last week about the next title from Lead & Gold devs Fatshark. "Project Postman," now known as War of the Roses, was announced earlier this year by Paradox head Fredrik...

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Hamilton's Great Adventure (finally) coming to PSN August 23

You probably won't be surprised to hear that Fatshark's PSN explorer-and-bird treasure hunting expedition, Hamilton's Great Adventure, won't be arriving on time -- because "on time" would have been April and that deadline has passed. A subsequent July release date also sailed on by. Today,...

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Ex-Battlefield lead Gordon Van Dyke joins Paradox Interactive as senior producer

After exiting the dev battlefield of DICE back in 2010, Gordon Van Dyke recently left his second EA gig at Visceral Games in favor of a different Swedish game company: Paradox Interactive. Before wild accusations start flying, know that his reason for leaving was rather heartwarming. "During my...

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'Project Postman' is a 'dream game' for Paradox and Fatshark

As recently as 2008, Paradox Interactive was only able to sign on for the projects it could afford to pay for at the time, rather than looking at what was best for the publisher and what fit with its goals. "Just three years ago ... we signed whatever we could afford," CEO Fredrik Wester told me...

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Paradox CEO outs Fatshark's next project, codenamed 'Project Postman'

Fatshark's next game is "primarily a PC title to begin with," Paradox CEO (and head of snappy haircuts) Fredrik Wester told me in a recent interview at Joystiq's NYC offices. "We're doing a new game with them at the moment, which is also multiplayer-focused," Wester added. "Project Postman" is...

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