Sagittarius Eye magazine has launched

Quick look through and that looks very good. I'll come back to it tonight and have a cover to cover read through. Thanks for the hard work.
 
Wonderful work, congrats!

The layout is great and the artwork is stunning, really get an art-deco vibe from it. Pre-war propaganda!!!

Writing is also great, will now have to practise gasping, after all, in times of great need just do stupid things!!!

:D
 
Very very nice stuff :)

Once again, showing FDev how it's done and showcasing what's possible when writing skills meet imagination & dedication.
Stuff like that is what GALnet always needed to be like.

+1
 
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This is the kind of thing you'd expect the developer to release every month (similar to the way SC does it's ship adverts).

Now that is quality and a half. Well done to the SAGi team! :)
Ah, the pageantry of ripping off gullible sci-fi gaming fanatics.* So, marketing in general, I suppose. Where there's money to be made...

Hopefully that isn't what they're after here.

Thanks. That's high praise indeed - and precisely our aim.
Oh, my mistake then.

As you were. ;)

...

Either way, pretty nice looking digital magazine. Well done, guys. [up]

Cheers.

*Disclaimer: I may or may not be included among those ranks. The jury is still out.
 
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Ah, the pageantry of ripping off gullible sci-fi gaming fanatics.* So, marketing in general, I suppose. Where there's money to be made...

Hopefully that isn't what they're after here.
In-game style ship advertisements and brochures.. :)

As in, the brochure for my favourite ship, the 890 Jump from Origin Jumpworks (not purchasable yet): https://robertsspaceindustries.com/media/dzh8rlhcm9i1dr/source/890-Jump-Brochure-V8-Merged.pdf

Or perhaps the Anvil Aerospace Hornet commercial (purchasable):
[video=youtube;g0gZES2pTWk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0gZES2pTWk[/video]

They're going for an in-game / real world type of feel with their ships commercials/brochures/etc.

I felt Sagittarius Eye was produced along the same vein as the above (especially the 890 brochure).
 
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