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  • Aashenfox's Avatar
    Today, 10:18 AM · 298 replies and 8642 views.
    As others have said, the ships are not the same, however, even if they were (identical hardpoints, internal layout, etc) and just had a different body, I would still like it. In fact, I support FD making variations of all ships with no real difference whatsoever except body, like we see variations of all cars. They are fundamentally the same but with different bodies. It would add some variation to the galaxy.
  • andysonofbob's Avatar
    Today, 10:18 AM · 0 replies and 0 views.
    Can you filter them in the GalMap? Soz, not at home atm
  • MQC's Avatar
    Today, 10:17 AM · 1812 replies and 103611 views.
    MQC replied to a thread Star Citizen in Otros Temas
    Por mi parte, suscribo una por una la palabras de Viajero, y explican de maravilla mi sentir con este proyecto. Por supuesto, cada uno tendrá su sentir y pensar, pero es indudable que existe un alto porcentaje de gente que sigue este proyecto desde sus inicios y tiene un pensar parecido. Esto no me lo invento, lo saco de las intervenciones de la gente en los foros oficiales de Spectrum, en Reddit, y en otras foros y sitios webs. La gente es cada vez más reticente al avance real del proyecto. Yo, en lo personal, y tal como me autoprometí, dejé de seguir el proyecto de forma activa (viendo los ATV, escuchando podcast, leyendo noticias continuamente, etc...) tras la aparación de la 3.1 y fué, tal como comenté en su día, porque CIG me había prometido (como tantas veces ya en estos años) que el tiempo vergozosamente largo transcurrido entre la release de la 2.6 y la 3.0, y los motivos a dicho retraso inasumible, era la gran cantidad de contenido y, ante todo, mejora en el core del juego, que iba a cotener...
  • Paige Harvey's Avatar
    Today, 10:17 AM · 1 replies and 136 views.
    Awesome, right?! :D
  • Basyan's Avatar
    Today, 10:17 AM · 2472 replies and 96744 views.
    Вот тут разбирали ситуёбину Катер vs Конда. Что за счёт скорости Катер ДИКТУЕТ характер боя, держа дистанцию. Меня вот только интересует немного другой нюанс. Задача Катеру - во что бы то ни стало замочить Конду. У Конды такой задачи нет. То есть Катер в роли именно охотника на более манёвренную цель...
  • CMDR_Elver's Avatar
    Today, 10:17 AM · 58 replies and 883 views.
    Yes good idea! Small ships should have some little niches carved out, I like a few of the other ideas mentioned here aswell. Small pad surafce basis, megaships ships, passgener missions, few dodgy deals etc., would give more depth to the game, for sure.
  • fu9ar's Avatar
    Today, 10:16 AM · 71 replies and 1691 views.
  • andysonofbob's Avatar
    Today, 10:16 AM · 6 replies and 110 views.
    Hi Might I be bold enough to suggest that you try one of my career paths? I think they would be compelling for old new players like yourself as they involve skill and a different way of looking at the game. :)
  • cheesenbiscuits's Avatar
    Today, 10:15 AM · 5101 replies and 275760 views.
    The media are afraid of the backlash from the fanatical backers. They’re waiting for it to inevitably pop and the leash is off.
  • yianniv's Avatar
    Today, 10:15 AM · 53 replies and 1534 views.
    Amazing, just amazing!
  • Navigare Necesse Est's Avatar
    Today, 10:14 AM · 5101 replies and 275760 views.
    By now it is a self-perpetuating project. It pays the bills, it fills pension buckets, it keeps people employed. There is no interest to cut that off and so it runs. On and on. Doesn't even need malicious intent - just neglect and ignorance. But that is just unbeliever talk. I'm sure it's all fine and nice with the pipelines in place.
  • Cmdr-Wotherspoon's Avatar
    Today, 10:13 AM · 5101 replies and 275760 views.
    I think we can all accept that Chris Roberts will never need to work again. And nor will he be able to.
  • Iskariot's Avatar
    Today, 10:13 AM · 298 replies and 8642 views.
    Have you personally experienced these ships? They are not the same. However I would have liked there to be more significant external design differences between the Challenger, Chieftain and Crusader. I think FDev could have done a lot more to add cool variations between those three. To me the Krait is a ship that feels significantly different compared to the Python. I understand there are similarities between the two, but the Krait is definitely a very different ship.
  • Cmdr Eagleboy's Avatar
    Today, 10:12 AM · 5101 replies and 275760 views.
    CIG certainly employed lot of pyramid scheme like approaches during crazy period of 2013 - 2015 where they collected majority of the money. However they mostly preyed on feeling of belonging of gamers. It is not strictly illegal, nor it should be. Sometimes people have their own agency and if they don't execute it, it is on them. I know several friends who bought in heavily on SC several years ago and I could not talk them out of it. Now I am older and hopefully wiser as I understand we each have own failings and they will figure out where it went wrong on their own.
  • Luniticisi's Avatar
    Today, 10:12 AM · 24 replies and 441 views.
    Luniticisi replied to a thread Blame TJ in Dangerous Discussion
  • fu9ar's Avatar
    Today, 10:12 AM · 199 replies and 3074 views.
    lay off the coffee, yah?
  • trollson's Avatar
    Today, 10:11 AM · 10 replies and 245 views.
    There are too many numbers to chase in the game already. This assumes that weapon effects can be put on a simple linear scale. How would you do that for rock-paper-scissors? If it comes down to known simple numbers then it becomes easy to find the optimal solution. Evryone flying in their local maxima. It would also take away something that players could learn for themselves, which is another aspect of game play. This is share community knowledge earned empirically through game play - isn't that a share achievement to be proud of? Silver spoon games are dull.
  • 2plex's Avatar
    Today, 10:10 AM · 199 replies and 3074 views.
    It actually does, that's why astronomers around the globe use a wide array of telescopes, ranging from radio to optical to X-ray, to scan the skies for more and different details. Years ago I called the devs at FDev lazy bums (putting it mildly) for taking the easy route and supply us with an ADS that simply scales in range. But then, Frontier would have had to implement some game use for the gathered details other than just convert them into credits or (now useless) rank. Bad and lazy design decisions ruined much at the start already, even though Frontier promised to fill the gaps later.
  • Zak Gordon's Avatar
    Today, 10:10 AM · 263 replies and 3823 views. one of them! Well as someone that has nearly come of their bike a few times having to avoid the shuffling zombie phone user (and yes we are talking on a cycle path) and nearly getting rear-ended in my car after having to break hard to not run someone like your self over, i would just suggest that 'peripheral vision' awareness you think you have all down, is not actually being as useful as you might think. Just because you have not been hit yet, does not mean you are leaving a trail of near-destruction around you as you shuffle along ;) I'd bet decent money if a drone was to follow you around you'd get to see all the emergency stops people have to do around you all the time. So i would offer to the thread (i'm sure it has been done all ready): People i could live without; pedestrians lost in their phones as they travel, just dangerously irresponsible.
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