The Star Citizen Thread V10

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Hmmm, one of our favourite "interested parties" in SC, has mooted a theory on Twitter that Amazon are preparing to shutter Lumberyard...

That could drop the hand grenade in the Dulux for our favourite networked Space-MMO :/
 
Indeed - and in any game that allows, or indeed depends upon players interacting, there will always be some out there doing things purely for the lulz - because it’s both hilarious and extremely aggravating to some people, who just provide moar lulz. It’s been going on as long as multiplayer gaming has existed. Duplicate channel stream ID’s? Wobbly terminators? Bandwidth collapse? All that and moar has provided entertainment for some over the decades, and Star Citizen is no exception.
 
Hmmm, one of our favourite "interested parties" in SC, has mooted a theory on Twitter that Amazon are preparing to shutter Lumberyard...

That could drop the hand grenade in the Dulux for our favourite networked Space-MMO :/
Chris will simply wave his hands, ressurect Star Engine, and declare they will build their own networking infrastructure, with fidelity and hooks.
 

FTRs view on 3.5.1 and a bit of rambling...darn haters all around :):D
Nothing quite like kicking back of a Monday evening with a glass of Grouse and ice, listening to some guy ripping SC while casually namedroppping ED every few minutes. Its been entertaining for some years now.
 
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Nothing quite like kicking back of a Monday evening with a glass of Grouse and ice, listening to some guy ripping SC while casually namedroppping ED every few minutes. Its been entertaining for some years now.
IKR?

I also consider FTRs videos my "desert" and if you let it stew for a day or two it only gets better hehehe.

Tho I have to say the reactions and uproars have been far bigger when he started this series or rather "changed" his message. I still respect that he praises where praise is due and takes the stance of "hard love" where he wants the project to succeed but will bash it for obvious flaws and mistakes....as it deserves. If more people would ve driven that road maybe Star Citizen would be a much better game now.

Other thoughts....

As the "90 days tops" statement has been the source of so much entertainment over the years I think we can consider it equal to the "SC will release in 2014, anything later and it ll grow stale" :D Both didnt actually happen but both are kind of somewhat there where CIG is hanging by a thread for years and Star Citizen is nowhere near release even in its 5th year after the deadline. Uh nasty ^^

Regarding incorrect articles its true that a lot of them seem to be written by laymen in terms of Star Citizen proficiency when it comes to accuracy. Some are hilarious but I ve long since given up to find any kind of new information in any of these. The Forbes article was a welcome surprise even tho it didnt say much. After that the "real" experts are the hardcores (fanatics and haters alike) who spend so much of their free time on this...discussing and arguing and looking for new information. That they are so opposite doesnt matter, eventually the game itself will prove which side is right and was right all along.

I dont know about you folks but the new 2020 dealine (even tho not realistic) has filled me with new hope that this project will come to an end. It ll be bittersweet because on one side I hate this scam going on for another day but you all know how hilarious SC + CIG can be at times....wont be easy to find a replacement.....even flatearthers are getting less and less coverage /sigh
 
IKR?

I also consider FTRs videos my "desert" and if you let it stew for a day or two it only gets better hehehe.

Tho I have to say the reactions and uproars have been far bigger when he started this series or rather "changed" his message. I still respect that he praises where praise is due and takes the stance of "hard love" where he wants the project to succeed but will bash it for obvious flaws and mistakes....as it deserves. If more people would ve driven that road maybe Star Citizen would be a much better game now.
I do find the fondness for FTR here kinda odd. I'd say 90% of the people in this thread complained about the old flight model and "turrets in space".

FTR is savagely tearing into that point of view, one I pretty much agree with.

Time stamp to the savagery.
 
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