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Re: [Star Citizen News]Chris Roberts announces new Space Sim "Star Citizen"
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Now they are going to take all and are never to be seen again

Posted on: 2012/11/19 19:57
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Re: [Star Citizen News]Chris Roberts announces new Space Sim "Star Citizen"
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I hope that crowdfunding campaign have real pledges at RSI, not fake ones.

Posted on: 2012/11/19 21:26
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Why should a well known person be so silly, to make the FBI hunt him?

5M will give him a nice start and at least a year or two of time,
to develop the game (and of easy living).
With that it should also be possible, to get additional cash from a bank.

And I am pretty sure, we ll see a piece of software after a while.
The only question is, if we ll like it. But if we do, there will be
a big number of people, who are willing to pay some money for it
- which will Mr. Roberts earn much more than 5M.

And than maybe he can sell the new company to M$,
which could provide some minor updates, bringing us
funny things like pay-per-play and in-game-shops taking real $$$.

Posted on: 2012/11/20 7:55
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I think what makes me the most excited for this game is its transparency with modding. The fact that they're going to embrace it and give software for modders...I'm so excited!

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It would be crazy not to give modding software to the community considering the community made the game possible in the first place.

Posted on: 2012/11/20 11:53
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I'm just going to forget about it now and hope it's a winner in a couple of years time. A recent heart attack has changed my perspective on life ever so slightly, and as a fit and active 36 year old, if it's made me realise one thing, it's that you never know what tomorrow will bring, and you'd be a fool to sit around waiting to find out. Enjoy the things that you can do now.

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Timmy51m wrote:
I'm just going to forget about it now and hope it's a winner in a couple of years time. A recent heart attack has changed my perspective on life ever so slightly, and as a fit and active 36 year old, if it's made me realise one thing, it's that you never know what tomorrow will bring, and you'd be a fool to sit around waiting to find out. Enjoy the things that you can do now.


Wise words. I see this sorta thing every day, it really changes your perspective on things.

Posted on: 2012/11/20 18:53
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