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    Art and anything to do with technology,and gaming.<br>I spent several years researching paranormal events associated with UFO's,in that time I met a number of military persons and since then have always had a strong sense of respect for those who serve.

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  1. Looks interesting - might give it a go.
  2. Good to see others looking forward to this game. I pledged last year and am now the proud owner of an Origin 300i !! Just a heads up since the last post in this thread - Star Citizen funding is now approaching $45,000,000. The Dog Fighting module is due to be released any time now for testing by pledger's etc. See you in the Verse!
  3. I played Graw 2 a lot when it came out, I seem to remember a lot of co-op going on but not much pvp. Is this still the case? I remember playing the multi-player demo for this game which was pvp based etc. I'd like to get back into the pvp scene a bit but I'm not sure what game to go for - any suggestions? Thanks - Dark.
  4. Sorry to hear this, hope they all find new positions soon. PC gaming is in a dark place at the moment - can only hope that things change for the better - sooner rather than later.
  5. Nice to see someone else here plays Eve, I've played Eve since retail in 2003 and have to agree that yes, it does have a steep learning curve. It has the most tactical pvp that I have experienced so far in a computer game though. Simply the number of options available to you as a pvp'er are immense. Couple that with a good FC and your all set to have some fun. It's funny, the first thing that got me interested in Eve was a screen shot of one of the stations, I read the accompanying article and was surprised to find that CCP were actually saying their game would not be for everyone - there
  6. You've hit the mark here on a number of points. It's not restricted to GR though, it's right across the board for all game types currently. There are exceptions, and it's these that keep me going as far as single player/multiplayer games go. It's really sad to see game communities break down and disappear when not given support by publishers. This attitude reminds me so much of why we are the 'use once, throw away' society. I think to be honest, publishers are just getting super lazy, rather than it being purely a financial thing, as has been mentioned in this thread before - there is stil
  7. I live in Shropshire close to the heli training center here, never seen activity like that before. Just seemed odd for them to be doing that kind of activity so close to the road - but as you say maybe not.
  8. On another forum, far far away *cough*, there has been quite a heated discussion concerning such things as UFO's. This vid was posted as indicating a British military interest in crop circles. http://tinyurl.com/354by6 Disregard the commentary on the vid for now and just look at what these helicopters are doing. Any thoughts on why army helicopters would be flying so low and whats with following people down a road like that? Is it even legal to be that close?
  9. Devs don't always get a lump sum deal with a publisher. A development studio comes up with a game idea, and pitches it to the publisher, looking for financing. Publisher says "sure, we'll put up $x00,000 to you guys to develop the product, then when it goes retail, we take X0% of each unit sold." They also want a ton of creative control, thinking they know best what will sell the most. The dev studio also has to pay for engine licenses, to the tune of $100K. And if you want to port the game to the 360, you're going to pay Microsoft another licensing fee, AND more X0% of each uni
  10. I'm glad this topic came up, makes me feel less isolated now. To me this 'downgrading' of games feels like a snowball rolling down a hill with no way of stopping it until it reaches the bottom. And most folks I speak to can't seem to see it! With re to funding for development why don't some of the pc component companies get more involved. Motherboards/gfx cards/sound cards/power supplies/cpu's/ - all of these areas surely have a large customer base in pc gamers? Self Publishing for developers - I had really big hopes for STEAM and saw it as the answer to distribution at least.
  11. Quick update on this - the alterations have been approved by the local council. A local council showing some common sense for once!
  12. Signed. I have also linked both the article and the petition page to another forum.
  13. To be honest, although that list is valid there is one thing missing, and its the absolute bottom line in why I dont touch console games - its the limitations that a console puts on a game. The best illustration I can think of is the sequel to Deus Ex - Deus Ex Invisible War. What a disappointment it was to many fans who expected more of the same but instead got a chopped up and shruken mess. I'm not against people who like consoles or console games, but I am against publishers who seek to ruin pc game series. The recent gag on GRIN by UBI was an interesting move and it makes you wonder w
  14. I don't go anywhere near console games - Ive seen too many excellent series totally nerfed by this thing. Why cant people see that consoles are a step backwards - why would anyone prefer a tv screen over a purpose built monitor, why would anyone prefer tv sound over a purpose built sound card? Not to mention everything else thats wrong with the damn things. The worlds gone mad...
  15. Yes did some more searching - there is quite a bit on youtube re Blackwater. I wonder how the regular military feel about having mercs in the same area. Its been posted before? Sorry, should have checked further down the threads.
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