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Saturday - August 15, 2009
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Monday - May 10, 2010

Greed - Review @ Gear Diary

by Dhruin, 20:35

The second of Michael Anderson's articles is a review of the low-profile hack'n'slasher, Greed:

As I said at the top, while I started late with the action-RPG genre, I have really fallen in love with many of the games. And while my personal preference is story and character driven games, I appreciate games that focus on the loot-grinding cycle, as well as strictly combat-centric games. Each sub-genre – when well done – provides dozens of hours of enjoyment. And that is the problem: Greed – Black Border doesn’t know what sort of game it really wants to be, so it tries a bunch of things halfheartedly, and ends up doing none of them well.

Wednesday - February 24, 2010

Greed - Review @ Resolution

by Dhruin, 19:39

Hack'n'slasher lite Greed has been reviewed at Resolution magazine, scoring 5/10.  A bit on dialogue:

That said, while the dialogue begins badly delivered, with atrocious voice acting and ill-explained situations, by the end of chapter two it becomes apparent that the cheesy delivery may have been intentional, and after some in-game jokes regarding the situation and sci-fi convention as a whole your attitude towards the characters and the narrative shifts to a new perspective. Chapter two also sees dialogue between the characters increase in frequency in a natural way, and feels like the two bonding and becoming more confident as the story progresses.

In related news, there was a Steam update for Greed yesterday.

Thursday - January 28, 2010

Greed - Review @ GameBanshee

by Dhruin, 19:48

GameBanshee let us know they have a short review of the hack'n'slasher, Greed:

Greed has a relatively short campaign.  I finished it after 15-20 hours, and I was surprised when it ended.  I thought I had just completed the first act of the game, and then suddenly the credits started rolling.  However, while I was surprised I wasn’t sad.  The game had been so repetitive and dull up to that point that I was thrilled to be done with it.

Thursday - January 14, 2010

Greed - Released on Steam

by Dhruin, 10:33

Clockstone's action/RPG lite Greed: Black Border is now available on Steam.  The demo doesn't seem to be on Steam but see our old news post if you'd like to check that out first.

Tuesday - December 08, 2009

Greed - Demo Available

by Magerette, 17:00

Along with several more screens and the usual general description, Worthplaying  posts the information that a demo is now available for the futuristic sci-fi hack-n-slash title from ClockStone Software, Greed: Black Border. The actual demo can be downloaded here.

Saturday - August 15, 2009

Greed - Screens @ Worthplaying

by Dhruin, 12:46

Four screens from ClockStone's scifi hack'n'slash Greed at Worthplaying.

Information about


Developer: Clockstone

SP/MP: Unknown
Setting: Sci-Fi
Genre: Action-RPG
Combat: Real-time
Play-time: Unknown
Voice-acting: Unknown

Regions & platforms
· Homepage
· Platform: PC
· Released: 2010-01-13
· Publisher: Headup Games