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About Puls0nic

  • Birthday 10/27/1983

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    A myriad of things. Includes space and Sci-fi

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  1. Atleast. But you know what, in a market dominated by big companies who only cares about profit and stakeholders, there is a serious lack of quality games. That is why we need someone like Chris Roberts to make a kick ass game (even if it takes a long time) and CDProjekt Red to bring out Cyberpunk 2077 when it;s ready to blow the lid of people's world view. And this is why I will buy Cyberpunk 2077 even if I don't really play it myself simply to support these types of creative, quality developers.
  2. It's easy if you know. If you don't know, it's more of a "what's the difference". Easy solution is to hide any ships without packages from new accounts that have no package, so when a new user, or an account with no game package log on to buy stuff, then they literally will only see the various game packages. Once it's purchased then it opens up everything else for you to buy. Easy via a account based filter.
  3. Hmm, I can log in, but loading into Crusdaer just gives me a black screen. Arena Commander and Hangar kind of works but either with lag, or other buggy issues.
  4. Yup, I'm not concierge and not a sub. But reason I got in though is probably because I used to submit quite a few bug reports back in the day as well as confirm some bug reports of others. NDA is lifted though so there are a few streamers that has been livestreaming it this morning. I watched a little bit but stopped so I can try it out myself. Downloading has been quite slow though. I think I will create a torrent though so that some of you guys can download it so long until you get access. Then do a quick incremental update to the latest version when you do. Or of someone else can do that who has it downloaded before me and link the torrent that'll be great.
  5. Yup, was just going to post this! For the record, I never got an email, but when I checked under my account I had the gold PTU option to copy my account over, and then got an email with the PTU password to login. Busy downloading the game now. About 38GB in total.
  6. Ok guys, 3.0 is out on PTU and I have access to first wave!Who else does?
  7. Puls0nic

    Pokemon MMO

    I am playing now as well. ALways loved Pokemon games and looking forward to the new Unovo patch coming up. I want my Tepig!! I'm Pulsonic ingame, and my Gf is Kittena. Feel free to add. I'll need to trade Pokemons later for the evolutions so buddies are always needed.
  8. As amazing as that cityscape was, it was kind of the least amazing thing for me. That procedural animation, the new glass shader, seeing fauna ingame for the first time, the subsumption for the NPCs, the new Xi'an artwork and models as well as the langauge progression. Now there were a few things I did NOT like, such as the new Quantum travel look (Too much happening in the scene), the NOX jumping around as the guy was driving with it. But these are mostly non-issues that can easily change over time.
  9. Why is that lately every Game Night I have something planned... I've been itching to join again. Hopefully end Nov 3.0 will be out and I would be smart enough not to have planned anything.
  10. When life gets me down I watch a BBQ Pitboys .com video
  11. I'm playing E:D on and off. It scratches a certain "itch" quite well, and it IS a beautiful game. I think for space exploration it's the only game out there right now that does it beautifully. SO let's give credit where credit is due. Having said that, having visited one Outpost station, ALL other Outpost stations are identical. The only differences are the name, missions and inventory. All planets of a type are the same, one might be bigger, closer to the sun, or have a ring around it. But if someone places you randomly on a planet, best you could do is figure out the type of planet you are on. So if you wish to "count" how many planets you've come across and "explored", then E:D would quite obviously win. In terms of "unique" content, SC will win hands down as they make every procedurally planet unique by throwing an artist and lore writer at it. And they don't even have to handcraft the entire planet. They just do the mayor landing zones, cities, outposts and some POI's unique and leave the rest as is. This is why they call it "procedurally assisted". So chances are very high if someone drops you on a random planet that you'd be able to figure out where you are by looking at the star, moons and any city or outpost you come across. Even playing E:D I sometimes just log into Star Citizen and walk around ArcCorp and sigh wistfully of the day I can actually start playing. Visit new moons, planets and start exploring with the new mechanics that are coming out. I remember Chris Roberts mention last year that if we really wanted to, we could play the game in only one system as there will be enough missions and variety to do so. a 100 systems is ALOT!
  12. I like the overall details and the quality of some of the footage. Personally though I am not fond of the "NewsRoom" style approach as it feels very mechanical and "samey" between episodes. I liked the more natural approach (looking at you Bryan) where it was more of a conversation. The "NewsRoom" style could better work if they did it in universe like they used to with Pete back in the days of Wingman's hangar, but then that wouldn't go so well with the individual studio reports.
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