Neocore - All News
Monday - February 09, 2015
Neocore - Deathtrap Launched on Steam
Neocore Game announces their tower defense game based off Van Hellsing called Deathtrap is now officially off Early Access on Steam. Here is the new trailer.
Finally Deathtrap came out of Early Access and launched on steam at its full pride and glory! It’s also 10% OFF, just to make your day even better – so now you can get ready to venture beyond the veil of this world, where a chain of strongholds were once built to keep the horrors of the void at bay. Now that the monsters are returning from the depths to conquer and kill, take direct control of either the Sorceress, the Mercenary or the Marksman and rebuild / improve the ancient traps to stop the monsters before they break through to the world.
Try all 4 gameplay modes (PvP, Endless, Single Player and Cooperative Campaign), complete 5 scenarios, play through 13 different campaign maps on Tiers 1-4, use the built-in Map Editor, choose from 3 classes, build the 25 basic and 15 special traps and defeat 40+ enemy types from 3 monster races. But before you rush to Steam to buy the game, watch this trailer first, ’cause you know, every view counts Defenders! Get ready for action!
Tuesday - December 30, 2014
Neocore - What happened in 2014 & Thank You
Neocore Games posted a look back at 2014, and say thank to all their supporters.
Hey folks,in this post we would like to wrap up the year 2014 and say a huge thank you for all your support, feedback and kind words to us.
Friday - March 21, 2014
Neocore - Editorial @ Budapest Times
The Budapest Times has written a new article about Neocore Games. The article talks about the rise of the developer, and their latest Van Helsing games.
From being a garage game development studio founded by a few roommates, indie developer NeocoreGames has emerged to be the most successful Hungarian company in the field and has achieved international success and acclaim.
Friday - January 17, 2014
Neocore - Van Helsing Video Content
NeoCore has a new post about Van Helsing content that you are allowed to use.
We have been getting the question whether our gamers are allowed to use our content for various purposes, so we have decided to make a statement and settle the confusion once and for all!
NeocoreGames hereafter referred to as “the publisher,” grants the following rights to the community:
Using the guidelines below, the publisher grants permission for users to make videos (walkthroughs, Let's Play, reviews, etc.) with the publisher’s game content, images, audio, music, and/or cutscenes and publish to YouTube, twitch.TV, or similar digital services.
* Do not take assets from our games (e.g. voice, music, items) and distribute them separately
* Do not charge or restrict users from access to your videos
* Do not sell or license your videos to others for payment of any kind
* Absolutely no racist, sexist, homophobic, poor taste, or offensive content
* Keep videos focused on gaming and away from overtly controversial topics
Failure to abide by these content guidelines may result in the publisher having the video removed. The publisher will, at its sole discretion, determine if a video does not comply with these content guidelines.
You are free to monetize videos via the partner programs with YouTube, Twitch.tv, Justin.tv, Blip.tv, Ustream.tv, or similar services whereby a website may pay you for views of a video if you are accepted into their partner program.
The publisher retains all ownership and rights of its produced content, and may terminate or change the terms of this agreement at its sole discretion.
Wednesday - August 08, 2012
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing - Interview @ RPS
RPS caught up with Neocore to ask about their hack'n'slasher, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing:
RPS: There’s been a recent resurgence in action RPGs, helped by Diablo III. What does Van Helsing bring to the genre that no one else has?
NeocoreGames: Fundamentally we follow the traditions of the action-RPGs. You can fight, explore, loot, level up your character and your follower, talk to NPCs and fight a multitude of different enemies. On the other hand, we have also implemented plenty of unique ideas into The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing. The setting and the world is very special: the city of Borgova is like a metropolis taken from a gothic-noir tale with dark, scary, imposing buildings and various locations resembling a 19th century European city. You can explore ancient bathhouses, great avenues, beautiful theatres and brick tunnels. We put more emphasis on the story and the characters. You have to make serious decisions in the sidequests, and the whole game has more RPG elements than most similar projects. Tactics are also important because of the diversity of the enemies and their special abilities. I could also mention your own secret lair or the power up system: you gain Rage points as you kill more and more enemies, then you can spend these points to enhance your skills and spells and combine these spell boosts in several ways. Another important feature in the game is the humorous, sarcastic narration and dialogues.
Monday - June 11, 2012
Neocore - Broken Sea - "Tactical RPG" Revealed
I'd seen this somewhere previously and forgot to post it...Rock, Paper, Shotgun has news that Neocore (King Arthur, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing) is also working on a "tactical RPG", titled Broken Sea. There's only this to go on so far:
“Broken Sea follows the classical traditions of RPG adventures. Putting a party together in search of the truth is a tale anybody can get behind. Thanks to the epic story and the unique party-based tactics on offer, Broken Sea is poised to offer something really engaging and immersive to players.”
Source: Rock, Paper, Shotgun