Posts Tagged ‘action forms’

Snow Joke: New Cryostasis Demo

By Jim Rossignol on April 30th, 2009.


Creepy, clunky Cryostasis now has a proper demo, and it’s available here for a modest 1.1 of your gigabytes. The demo seems to be somehow connected to Nvidia drivers or somesuch technical promotion. I believe it contains the initial chapter of the survival-horror FPS, which is okay, but not great, as I outlined in this Eurogamer review.

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Cryostasis: A Little More Information

By Jim Rossignol on August 1st, 2008.


While I was out at the KRI game developers summit in Moscow I had a chance to play a number of games from the East European theatre. One that stood out was Cryostasis by Action Forms. This survival shooter has already caused a bit of hopeful muttering and anticipation round here, so I thought I’d go into it in a little more detail, as well as briefly talk to one of the leads on the project, Dmitriy Kozmin.
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Cryostasis Gallery

By Jim Rossignol on July 22nd, 2008.


Action Forms have released a bunch of new screenshots for their upcoming frozen-waste-time-hopping survival-shooter Cryostasis, and I’ve posted the best of them after the jump. They show a number of different aspects of the game – your frozen, undead opponents, the dog sled, and some of the beautifully creepy ship interiors. Click on the letterbox images for the full sized shot.
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Cryostasis Trailer

By Jim Rossignol on June 10th, 2008.


Cryostasis is one of the most promising Russian games currently in development, and publishers 1c know it. They were allowing hands-on play of the opening level at this year’s KRI (Russian’s GDC) in Moscow last month. Needless to say, I was there and… well, I’m going to preview this in some more depth in a the coming weeks, along with an interview from developers Action Forms. So let’s just take a look at that trailer for now. The Bioshock influence is strong here…
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