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WarWulf

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  1. So far there's no indication that there are any being developed for PC, that I've found. And I haven't heard anyone talk about incorporating them into any games. Subjectively, I'd love for this to be a thing. But objectively I know that the people developing the high end controllers, companies like Virpil, VPC, etc. have no experience with these systems. I'm looking forward to seeing where this goes.
  2. Hi Ridcully, I'd be happy to help with this project. You can message me initially using the PM system within these forums.
  3. Is immersion, and are haptics, still relevant? Sony has recently revealed their new controller... and it looks like they've replaced the usual rumble pad with actual haptics and force feedback. In their blog post, Sony detailed the "variety of powerful sensations" haptic feedback can bring to gameplay, like "the slow grittiness of driving a car through mud." Haptic feedback is the same technology behind the Nintendo Switch's HD rumble and we know the Xbox Series X controller will make use of it as well. Probably the most famous haptic controller in this community will be the Mi
  4. Long time planetside player here. Used to lead one of the biggest factions on Cobalt (regularly fielding multiple platoons) and have always loved the MMOFPS aspect of the game which I've yet to see any other game come close to. If I'm honest, it's what intrigues me as a concept for Star Citizen: Large groups of people playing together in an engaging way (Not just right-click, set orbit, press f1, watch netflix till something happens). I re-entered the world of Auraxis (the fictional planet that PS2 is set on) late last year, and if I'm honest not much has changed except slightly lower num
  5. By the time the game comes out I doubt I'll have time to play any other game. Also why the hell are you still a recruit @SPCFS ?
  6. It's been a pleasure to know Trak, he was an intelligent, witty and strong-minded lad. We're all better for having known him and I wish only the best to the people he's left behind.
  7. Obviously one for TeamSpeak, One for Spotify, one for gaming, one for Netflix and one for browsing more monitors on Amazon.
  8. Most important thing I'm taking away from this is the location of Gamescom. Pack your leiderhosen and prepare yourself for Swinefleisch! @Academy Assemble! We're going to Germany!
  9. Interesting to see if this ends up being a thing and who actually is in it. Director is announced, but no other details that I can find online. Looking forward to it anyway.
  10. WarWulf

    Sabre Raven

    Can confirm that popping off the EMP is immensely satisfy when used in combat. The guns lack power, but against a disabled ship, you have time to play.
  11. Press F1, go to the comms tab on the mobiglass, find the landing services (usually near the bottom) in your contacts and click to request landing permission. Follow the indicator (circle with a wrench inside) to your designated landing bay. Exit the ship, head to the elevator, realise you're a week too late for the Expo, cry quietly.
  12. Fifth rule no smoking. Sixth rule No pants on board. Ensures that no weapon is concealed and the Captain knows who to feel threatened by.
  13. So this is my first bit of theorycrafting in a while.... You're out in an unfamiliar part of space, and you discover the first located derelict Bengal Carrier.... What do you do?!?!
  14. Welcome aboard Barabonc o7 Feel free to jump onto teamspeak for a chat, connect to discord or just chill on the forums. Definitely looking forward to seeing you in-game
  15. @CyberianK @Dragon-Knight Count me in on that. Be good to see you both again. What are you looking for? Historic sites? Quaint British pubs? Hardcore dance clubs? Super science stuff?
  16. Submitting for consideration, though something I've never used, or anything like it: Video of first review I've found here, time marked to the Elite Dangerous section: Edit for transparency: I've just backed this. I'm definitely interested.
  17. rumour has it that CR is genetically modifying "Super Hamsters" that will be required to turn the wheels powering the geiger-esque servers required to run these. alternate rumours state that specially modified codecs will use facebook statuses to dictate npc actions, providing truly unique and realistic characters by using humanity as the source code. Sadly the repair bears they've been trying to create to replace the QA team have suffered some setbacks during the titanic creatures last bid for freedom. They've had their pipe-wrench priveliges revoked until they've all been castrated
  18. Hey Prospero, good to see you buddy. Here's a video which shows the current state of play, by a British channel who isn't one of the standard SC following. It's a good summary of what the history is, as seen from a casual observer, and what the current state of play is. 3.0 is currently being tested, and word is that they're running servers with 60+ people running at 30+ fps (I believe it's 50 "moons" in the current build), which if true bodes well for the network optimisations they're making. Anyway, good to see you're still around. Looking forward to a m
  19. Hey @Squirrel @J. Coren just to let you know where Imperium has actually discussed its attitude towards solo play, something we've discussed occasionally over the years, and to clarify things for a few mis-conceptions that people may have. Firstly, let me say that I'm a massive advocate for group play. It's one of the main reasons I joined Imperium, and has been the driving factor behind my activity since I've joined and has ultimately been responsible for me reaching an Officer position. I enjoy playing games, I enjoy playing them more with friends and like-minded people, whether it's co
  20. I took a look at it, uses camera / display rather than optical zoom. The ability to take instantaneous pictures when recoil is detected looks useful. I see it being useful for short hunting excursions and possibly for things like airsoft (for the guy who is happy to spend money on this, the base cost plus import fees makes it impractical for purchase in the UK). Don't think I'd go for it, as not sure how the battery life stacks up, along with the importation costs mentioned above. Would be keen to hear your opinion though. Not sure how rugged / weather-proof it is.
  21. Tell the girl in black with the musical instrument that I think she's cute
  22. The main problem with communicating direction atm, is having a universal direction for "UP" as the most basic reference point.
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