I am a proud collector of many a game and builder of my own computer, and I've always, always loved scifi and spaceships and all that sorta stuff. However, no game has ever really filled the niche of scifi spacegame and all that openworld jazz-- Space Engineers did, for a time, but it grew too lonely, too unfulfilling, because even with how much I loved building and space (and SE does a fantastic job of combining them, even back when I started playing it years before its full release), it didn't really have atmosphere, challenge, or reward. Elite Dangerous held my attention for a short while, but I quickly grew tired of it and found myself off-put by how disconnected everything is-- you remain in your ship the entire time, and little more, without paying a significant extra just for land vehicles-- and with real money, you couldn't get them with the base game at all, which was, again, off-putting. I've always heard there's a great deal more to Elite Dangerous, but its a game that didn't grab my attention and let me really enjoy the fact that I'm in *space.*
So I ask, is it worth to get this? Now, I don't mind bugs and the like-- so long as it doesn't truly *break* the game (ship being destroyed, for example, and unable to regain it), I'm fine with bugs. I've a long history of grabbing games in alpha or beta and enjoying them just fine, bugs and all. I'm just asking if it's feasible to play it, to run missions or build outposts or whatever (I recall watching a few videos on the topic some time ago). How hard is it to team up with people-- would casually playing it in the afternoon possibly lead to actually making and joining a community? Are there groups, clans, factions that are recruiting?
Is it worth playing, and if I do get it, would I end up playing alone or how likely would it be that I could end up attached to some people, wingmen to play with?
I'm quite willing to buy into the game. Just not sure if I'd enjoy it and be able to laugh afterwards.
My wife is a huge StarCitizen fan, a backer from way back in the day.
We recently moved to Austin, and were quite busy with said move.
I got on today hoping to buy her a ticket, only to see that the con is sold out.
Is there any other way to get a ticket or access to the event? Could she work the event, or help out a member of the press?
Anything would help, she was really devastated not being able to go...
After a long time of research and configuring what I believe to be the best set up for Star Citizen and general gaming and purpose, it's almost ready to start the process.
I was always intrigued by the idea of a simpit but never liked the ergonomics until I came across this post and the set up going on:
I believe this is the set up I'm going after. Just wanted to know if there was anything I should add to this list besides the Volair Simpit, large center display and two alternate displays:
VKB Space Sim Joysticks
Corsair Dark Core RGB SE w/ Amazon Qi Charger
Is there anything else I should be looking at? Eventually there will be a VR headset and I will most likely be picking up the FOIP camera for SC.
I come back to you following my thread that I did six month ago, and I have a lot of news!
To sump up quickly, I’m in the company that has created the Lexip mouse, a mouse with two integrated joysticks for 3D profesionals. After my last thread, I talked with my team and the project of created a gaming mouse started.
We have improved our first mouse thanks to our beta testing team who allowed us to create the perfect gaming mouse: 200 to 8200 DPI, braided cables, programmable buttons…
Today, in order to bring this project to a successful conclusion, we launch our Kickstarter campaign! I wanted to share this information with you in preview because it’s thanks to you, members of this forum that this project is born.
I can answer all of your questions, this mouse is my baby! ;)
Thank you for everything!