S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky, the survival FPS title developed by GSC Game World for the PC, will not hit retail outlets until September 15th due to a “problem in manufacturing.” Instead of something funny like a coffee spill, it is being reported by Shacknews that the game was recalled. Apparently, GSC Game World forgot to package in one of those pesky CD keys that allow people to play the game.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. is a shooter, an RPG, a trading simulator, and a survival horror game all wrapped up in one. It has a rich and deep game world, but its depth has probably scared away most people from trying to tackle this ambi...more
Last year, it was announced that Ukranian studio GSC was closing and that S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 had been canceled. This week, it turns out that the long-awaited radioactive survival FPS is back on the menu! "The Stalker team ...more
[Update: Bourkovski is not in the employ of GSC, instead saying he is a friend of the company. His Tweet confirming closure stories was deleted, but he still says he has been told the studio's been shut down. That said, ...more