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Hey folks, happy hump day and May Day as well!! I hope y’all are having a lovely week so far. I know I am. Got some more time with StarDrive as well as Strike Suit Infinity yesterday, and had a good time with each. The next StarDrive installment will be ready soon (sans screenshots since Fraps decided to stop taking them, dangit) and I hope to have a look at Infinity some time late this week or early next (spoiler: I might like it more than Strike Suit Zero, not 100% yet). ;) Now, with that said, let’s dive into some news!
- Star Citizen – Gamasutra has an article entitled “Crowdfunding, One Year Later” which talks to Chris Roberts and others about their crowdfunding campaign, and it’s a great read. The official game site has a look at the sexy new spacesuit as well, and details the various models. Finally, there’s a new essay called “Will We Never Learn?” that adds some flavor to the game.
- Freespace Open – The latest Hard-Light Productions newsletter has been published with the latest campaign, coding and modding news, and more.
- EVE Online – Lots of articles from The Mittani, including their review of FanFest 2013, a look at the derp frigate, the N3 coalition saying EVE is dead and a story on making Nullsec safer (as if that’s a good idea). Gotta love all the content they pound out. Polygon also has a story about how intial funding for the game was provided by a boardgame, which happens to feature the current mayor of Reykjavík. Finally, Giant Bomb has a fan-made trailer which is fun to watch. Sadly I can’t embed the video.
- StarDrive – RTS Guru has posted their review of the game.
- ScrumbleShip – The game now has tree ships. No, I’m not kidding, and it looks awesome.
- Star Trek Online – The official dev blog has an entry on designing Romulan uniforms. My favorite site on the web, Fashion it So (if you’ve not read this site, you NEED to) has some words on the matter.
- X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter – According to Shamus Young over on The Escapist, he feels that X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter is one of a small lineup of LucasArts games that deserve another shot at a new life by Disney. He’s totally wrong, by the way, and the only way he’d be more wrong is if he said X-Wing Alliance. ;)
Finally, in deals, there’s a new bundle over on BundleStars that includes Galcon-esque game Planets Under Attack and a bunch of other games for $5.09 currently, which I might snag since I’ve not yet had a chance to try it.
That’s it for this one folks. Have an awesome day!
Hellooooo everyone, and welcome to Monday! I’m off today on account of getting a tooth removed, so I’m writing part of this before I leave for my little operation. I’ll write the rest when I get back, likely on drugs, to add to the entertainment. ;) Sorry for the lack of news later last week, the week totally got away from me. That said, let’s get into some newwwwwws bitches! ;)
- Homeworld – Gearbox has purchased the IP.
Apparently, according to PC Gamer (and other sources, but I saw it there first), someone — and we don’t know who yet — snagged the Homeworld IP in a recent auction of THQ’s assets. Sadly, it wasn’t to the teamPixel folks who’d been trying to hard to raise the funds. Hopefully it ended up in good hands, but we don’t know yet, sadly.
- Infinite Space 3 – There’s some new art and a combat video over on their Kickstarter page. We’re also gonna be interviewing some of the folks behind this game for this week’s podcast, so stay tuned! :)
- Void of Darkness – A couple of updated for your reading pleasure. First, a forum update, followed by a role-playing update, which is nifty.
- StarMade – There are some new server stability fixes and the fixing of a ghost bug.
- ScrumbleShip – According to the dev’s Kickstarter and IndieDB pages, there will be a new launcher for the game called ScrumbleGet. This I like.
- Ring Runner – According to a post on their Kicksarter, their lon-linear arch is nearly complete, which has me all aflutter, as I love non-linear anything. There’s also an interview with their Dryere brothers — the lead devs of the game — in The Leader, which is a good read (based on what I skimmed anyway). ;)
- EVE Online – Loooots of stuff recently. First, from the official site blogs, there’s news of a single sign in for account management, a spotlight on EVE Backstage, and info on the client and EULA modifications. Then from The Mittani, they have articles on the burning of Jita, the death of Aeon, ten years of GARPA and an epic brawl in Ardia which resulted in the loss of ten capital ships.
- Star Rift – Thanks to Goomich over on Steam for letting me know about this new game on Greenlight. It looks like a first/third-person space combat/trading game, and you can learn more from the official site or from the trailer, which I’ll embed after the cut.
- Star Trek Online – There are dev blogs on Romulan ship progression and a revamp to the UI, as well as a video showing off a Legacy Pack, which I’ll embed below.
- Icarus Ascends – The dev for this game came onto our forum to let us know about this game, which looks pretty cool. Go check it out! I’ll embed the video below.
- Escaping Titan – Congrats to the team on their super successful Kickstarter, which brought in over 300% of its goal.
- Infinity – Rock, Paper Shotgun has a nice article summimg up where the game is now after all this time.
- Beyond Beyaan – There are two posts covering UI and data in the game.
- StarDrive – According to a post on RTS Guru, the game will be available this Friday, April 26th. They also have a preview to boot. I’m working on my own preview too, so please stay tuned. :)
- Star Conflict – The latest update to the game brings along sector conquests with it. Nifty!
- Vendetta Online – The game has now been officially released for the iPad! One more reason I wanna get one someday! ;)
- Star Citizen – Part three of the Writer’s Guide is now up, and you can also watch a video with team member Adam Poole, which I’ll also embed below.
But wait, there’s more, we also have some deals to gawk at!!
Finally, the dev of Lex Laser Saves the Galaxy, Again asked me to pimp his game on Kickstarter, so here ya go, and you can see some lovely concept ship art by Philipp Erkinger at the Concept Ships blog.
That’s it folks, now I’m gonna go crawl into a ball and hope this pain goes away soon. ;) Have a great day!
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So! Many! Videos! *glug*
Hey y’all, happy Monday! I hopy y’all had a great weekend and, sadly like me, are back to work (kidding, I am SO VERY HAPPY I have such an awesome job). ;) Even though it’s a Monday, we don’t have to a have a case of such, so let’s start the week off right with some spacey game news. :)
- Beyond Beyaan – The big news of the day is that the Kickstarter for Beyond Beyaan began this morning, so that Brent can help spruce the game up some. Head on over and give it a look see! :) I’ll also embed the pitch video below. :) The dev is also giving away some Master of Orion keys over on the GOG forums, so be sure to check that out.
- Rogue System – There’s a new teaser video available that shows some LOVELY shield splash effects that y’all need to see, and I’ll also embed it below. :)
- Enemy Starfighter – Speaking of new videos, there’s a new vid of this game showing off fighter speeds, which I’ll also embed below.
- EVE Online – According to The Mittani, there was a 3,000 ship fight in LowSec this past weekend that you have to freaking see to believe. Apparently fifty dreadnoughts were lost, and nearly forty carriers alone among all sides, which included over 700 corporations and 200 alliances. Holy crap, I tells ya. Eurogamer also has words on this.
- Kerbal Space Program – You can read a new preview over on IGN, and see some new videos over on Twitch.TV that were recorded over the weekend.
- Ring Runner – There’s a new preview up on LevelSave that’s a fun little read.
- Dominion – These guys have a new dev blog for y’all to follow with an RSS feed! YAY RSS feeds! I live off ‘em, for serious.
- StarLife – Thanks to 4xgamer for pointing out some new videos of the game, which I’ll embed below. Note: Their new site needs an RSS feed, for serious. ;) I mean sure, they have a mailing list too, but c’mon. ;)
- X3: Reunion – According to this forum thread, there’s a new build of the Linux version of the game for testing.
- ScrumbleShip – Both the game’s Kickstarter and IndieDB page has more detail about it’s latest 0.20 release, which has a ton of features such as Mac support, new GUI options and much more.
- StarMade – New version 0.089999 (nope, not making that number up) adds a new catalog system which makes for easier searching and faster gameplay, apparently. I need to try it myself to be sure. ;)
- OreSome – Apparently there’s a new first look video from Riddler Gaming er…looking at the game (embedded below), and their IndieDB page has listed several recent changelogs.
- Drifter – The developer posted a new screenshot in which he’s going sightseeing in the game. WANT NOW PLZKTHNXBYE.
- X-Wing – The Game Jar reminisces about the game a little bit.
That’s it for today folks. Have a great one! :)
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I Love Bringing Y’all the News! :)
Hey everyone, happy Thursday!! I hope y’all are having a great week as we get closer to the end of 2012! Wheeee! There were some stories I missed in yesterday’s update, so I’m gonna jump in by starting with those…
- FTL is one of Eurogamer’s Games of 2012 as well as one of the games that defined 2012, according to Gamasutra! Congrats to them! :) FTL is also 50% off on Steam today, making it $4.99, so go get it if you haven’t already!
- Ensign-1′s IndieDB page has been updated with an article on a new mission and new redesigned Ensign-1.
- There’s some news about ScrumbleShip’s December update on their IndieDB page as well, whith some new images from the game.
- There’s a new video of alpha 14 of Void Destroyer which shows off some turret action, and is a fun watch! I’ll also be embedding it below.
- The Predestination Kickstarter has been updated with more information on the human race a note that they’ll be livestreaming today, their last day of the campaign. Not sure exactly where though. :/
- The Beyond Beyaan blog has been updated with a quandry on including starlanes or not.
- The Star Conflict site has new updates that include ship developement fees and corporations, as well as what appears to be a holiday phenomenon.
- The Kickstater for FleetCOMM : Operation Vigrior has an update about delaying the games release to fix more bugs. I am totally fine with that. :) I’d rather have a game done right rather than right now. ;)
- EVE Online is going to have a holiday fireworks display later today.
- Finally, the NaCLBox site — which lets you play older DOS games such as TIE Fighter and others in a browser window — has added online multiplayer gaming to their lineup.
- NOT Finally, just as I was putting this together, a new update on Limit Theory appeared on their Kickstarter, talking about the start of full development and much more.
In deals news, over on Desura you can get the spacey MMO thingy Star Sonata for only $0.99 at the moment. Finally, there’s some really nice spaceship art by Kaïro over on the Concept Ships blog.
That’s it for today folks. Have a lovely day, and thanks for visiting!
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Taking Hold of the News Once Again!
Hey y’all, happy Monday! I’m mostly back, and while I’m not feeling 100% — maybe 70-80% — but that’s well enough to try and get y’all caught up with nearly a week’s worth of spacey gamey newsey goodness! There’s a lot to cover here, so let’s dive in. :)
- First off, there’s a buncha EVE Online news. According to their blog, the MOMA exhibit they’re in opens today, along with an entry on their in-game holiday celebration. Finally, VG247 has an interview with the game’s lead designer about the recently released expansion pack and much more.
- In Star Citizen news, they have a Friday Update which, among other things, shows off renderings of the MISC Freelancer ship (the ship I kicked for). It looks AWESOME. I’ll also embed the video after the cut. There is also a three way interview by Gary Whitta of both Chris Roberts and David Braben (Part 1, Part 2), which must’ve been awesome to do. I’ll also embed videos after the cut. Finally, PCGamesN has an interview with Chris Roberts on embracing Kickstarter and other stuff.
- Next, congrats to the Predestination folks, as their Kickstarter was fully funded! YAY! They also have a new update showing how planetary exploration works, which I’ll embed after the cut.
- The Kickstarter for Limit Theory has a really juicy update about how NPCs and the contact system works. That same update also has announced new stretch goals, such as planetary and faction ownership. There’s also an interview with Josh over on VG247.
- The sequel to GalCon, named GalCon 2: Galactic Conquest, has also launched a Kickstarter campaign of its own. This time it’s going to be Free-to-Play apparently. Yay?
- The Dominion Kickstarter has a link to this survey asking folks what they’d like to see in the game, to help them “target their efforts’. A noble goal. They’ve also added new vessels to their pitch, updated their FAQ and added a screenshot comparing their Earth to a NASA photo, which is cool.
- The Kickstarter for Colonia has two new videos (only one I can embed) showing off research and production, which look nifty!
- The folks over at God Mode have a review of Miner Wars 2081 that was generally positive.
- The good people at 4xgamer have a great review of Drox Operative. Out of Eight games has some impressions as well, along with a video (which will be embedded after the cut)! That reminds me, I should get to mine! Oh, so much to do, so little time! ;)
- Vendetta Online has a new update which adds a huge 39-mission tree. That sounds awesome! I should maybe try this out.
- Another game that got an update was Gratuitous Space Battles, which includes all sorts of fixes and additions you can read about on Cliff Harris’ blog.
- There’s also an update for Star Conflict, which adds a new game mode called Combat Reconnaissance and more. Sounds nifty! They also have a new dev diary video, which I’ll embed after the cut.
- In other update news, Gemini Wars got a teensy-weensy update that fixes a few little things.
- Final update, Sword of the Stars II got one that fixes a lot of bugs. All clear my eye.
- The peeps over at RTS Guru have revisited Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion after the latest patch, which they seemed to like quite a bit.
- Dirkson has an article over on IndieDB talking about how big space is and how that relates to ScrumbleShip.
- Over on Space Sector, author dayrinni (their spelling, not mine, or else the D would be upper case), has the first in a series of making a 4X game that involves setting the stage.
- Rock, Paper Shotgun has a wonderfully cynical article regarding Elite: Dangerous. ;)
- The Star Command folks have posted an update on their Kickstarter page that the game should have a soft launch in January. Finally!
- There’s a little new update about Oresome over on their IndieDB page showing some newish visual effects.
- Ensign-1 has a new update that detailes a new camera, factions and music. I’ll embed the included video from the update after the cut.
- Finally in gamey news, VG247 (linking a lot to them lately) themselves linked to a site called RGB Classic Games. The cool thing is they have tons of old games you can play right in your browser using a Java applet, which works awesomely. The only reason I include this is because they have a few space games, such as Astrofire and EGA Trek. There are a lot of classics here folks, so check it out.
The only deal I could find for today was an EVE Online – 30 Day Starter Pack at Green Man Gaming for $4.99.
Finally, the Concept Ships blog has some fantastic spaceship art from Kian Ng and Smyk Vitaliy.
That’s it! WHEW! I need some more sleep after that. I promise to get back into regular content soon folks, have tons of reviews, previews and such I need to work on, but the holidays are nuts and being sick didn’t help. Thanks again for your patience as I strive to balance out this blog with life in general. :) Have a lovely day y’all!
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Bring On the News!
Hey y’all, happy Sunday! I hope everyone had a great weekend (or in our case here in the U.S., a long holiday weekend)! A lot happened over the long weekend and while I don’t usually post on Sundays, some of this is time sensitive. Therefore, let’s get the week started with a ton of spacey gamey news! Remember, all videos that can be embedded will be after the cut.
- There are some Dominion updates over on Kickstarter, including both a screenshot and video of their planetary shader.
- There’s also a new video showing off station building in Deep Space Settlement that’s pretty cool.
- ScrumbleShip has been updated to version 0.19with a “ton of backend changes” such as allowing development on Macs and so on.
- Predestination has updated its Kickstarter with a small FAQ and a look at planetary customization. There’s also an interview with the developer over on 4xgamer.
- The Blockade Runner site has been updated with screenshots of its recent ship conversions, which look pretty cool.
- Vendetta Online has been upgraded to 1.8.237, which includes enhanced password security, fixes for video options and more.
- Space Sector has two articles regarding StarDrive. First, an interview with the developer, followed by news of pre-orders beginning in early 2013.
- Starfarer has been updated to 0.54a, with new character skills and aptitudes, a redesigned fleet interface and so on.
- VG247 has an interesting interview with David Braben regarding Elite: Dangerous. Their Kickstarter also has some new FAQ entries, as well as a development video…finally.
- There’s a fun AAR of Distant Worlds going on on Broken Forum in which the player is using the Star Trek – Picard Era Mod mod to play the Ferengi. Good stuff.
- There’s a new patch for Star Conflict that updates the matchmaking and changes the battle rewards systems.
- There’s a new website up for the upcoming EVE Online: Retribution expansion showing many of the new features.
- There’s a new patch for Drox Operative which allows buying a temporary ceasefire between warring races, among other things.
- Finally in spacey gamey news, you can now get Miner Wars 2081 on Steam, and if you purchased the game already, you can get a Steam key by logging into your account on the official Miner Wars 2081 site.
In other news, Cliff Harris has a great article on Kickstarter inequality which is totally worth a read. In non-gamey news, the lead dev of Beyond Beyaan has a life update, and there are some lovely Halo 4 ship drawings over on the Concept Ships blog. In bargains, there’s a new Fueling Up bundle over on GamersGate which includes Aeon Command and Space Pirates and Zombies.
Finally, the devs behind the Interstellar Marines: Prologue Kickstarter asked me to promote their campaign, and while it’s not a spacey game, I’m happy to help as much as I can.
That’s it folks. Have a great day, and thanks for visiting!
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More News for Y’all! :)
Haaaayyyy y’all, happy hump day! I hope y’all are having a lovely day so far, and to add to that, here’s some spacey news stuffness for y’all to enjoy!
- There are two big news stories of the day, as far as I’m concerned. The first big news is that the Star Citizen Kickstarter blew past is $500,000 funding goal in just six days! Congrats to them!! In related news, Massively has an interview with Chris Roberts regarding boarding, customization and so on, and the official site has a new NewsOrg story.
- The OTHER big news story, in my opinion, is that the Freespace 2 Open folks over on Hard Light have released the latest version of their enhancements, version 3.6.14! YAY!! This adds a whole host of improvements, so go on and update your copy of Freespace 2! ;)
- The Strike Suit Zero folks have released a new Kickstarter update trying to clarify what’s in each of their reward tiers.
- Over on the FleetCOMM : Operation VigriorKickstarter, they’ve announced that they’re going to be updating their builds daily for the IGF submission process, and you can download the latest version of the game by clicking the link on the Kickstarter page each day.
- Also on Kickstarter, the folks behind Ring Runner have released a new demo! This one adds a new research feature, as well as new equipment and abilities. I got a chance to finally sit down and try it out for a few minutes last night, and I had a great time. Really fast and furious combat. :)
- Also on Kickstarter — yeeesh, they should have their own news aggregation service for these updates. RSS feeds at least! C’mon! ;) — Dirkson of ScrumbleShip has begun sending out keys for the beta of the game. I totally got mine, and also tried it out last night. I was a bit confused, but it looks like it has a lot of potential. ;)
- Finally, according to a press release, the Kickstarter for Divine Space – which isn’t on PC/Mac yet but will if their funding is successful — have reached 10% of their funding goal with 29 days left. Good luck to ‘em! :)
- On the EVE Online news page, they’ve announced they’re taking signups for the New Eden $10,000 tournament.
- Over on Space Sector, Adam has an interview with the developer of M.O.R.E. which is a great read.
- Finally, in sadder news, according to an article on Rock, Paper Shotgun, the folks behind Battlestar Galactica Online, Bigpoint, has laid off 120 people, and I hope they all find jobs soon.
That’s it for today! Have a wonderful day y’all!
Hey y’all, welcome to Tuesday! I hope this week’s been treating you well. There’s a good chunk of spacey game news today, so let’s get right to it:
- In Strike Suit Zero news, on their Kickstarter page they’ve announced a new award tier that gets you a Logitech Extreme 3D Pro joystick. Also, PC Gamer has a great writeup on the game.
- In 0x10c news, they’ve announced Mac support on their official website, and have a new video up teasing multiplayer combat on their Facebook page (which I’ll embed after the cut).
- Over on Soundcloud, you can listen to a sample of the Ring Runner soundtrack, which sounds pretty cool so far. :)
- Over on the Star Conflict site, they’ve launched a contest wherein you can win in-game currency for writing a story relating to yesterday’s log entry.
- Over on the Kickstarter for M.O.R.E., they have a new entry talking about new add-ons for existing tiers.
- Also on Kickstarter, the Star Citizen folks invite you to get to know one of their own, Martin Galway. They’re also really close to meeting their funding goal! Yay!
- The Nexus 2 Kickstarter — sadly nowhere near meeting their funding goal with only 4 days left — has a list of new interviews up.
- In our final piece of Kickstarter news, the ScrumleShip campaign announced that keys will be going out soon, and laid out where the funding is going.
- In update news, both Lunar Flight and AI War have been updated.
That’s it for today folks. I hope y’all have a great one!
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Look at All That News!
Helllooooooo, and happy Wednesday! We’re finally getting over the hump toward the weekend, and to help move things along in a positive way, here’s the latest spacey gamey news that I’ve found:
- First off, there is a LOT of news via Kickstarter today, so I’m gonna do this in *gasp* a SUBLIST:
- First off, the ScrumbleShip Kickstarter ended at 150% funding! Congrats to them!!
- In sadder news, Blackspace has less than twenty-four hours to go as I write this, and isn’t even 50% funded. I hope they make it!
- The Nexus 2 Kickstarter has a new update about battles and tactical controls.
- Finally, the M.O.R.E. Kickstarter has a new update with more stretch goals, pledge amounts and news on visual components.
- Next up, the Space Pirates and Zombies folks have released their MOD Tools 2.0 package, which has “blown the lid off just about everything in the game now”, according to the news post. Get modding people!
- Vendetta Online has been updated to version 1.8.231, which adds new visual effects for mining beams. As I love mining, I should check this out. :)
- The folks at Arcen Games have released TWO beta batches for AI War since yesterday, the Apply MkIV Sanding Machine 5.094 patch and the Apply Core Sanding Machine 5.095 updates, both of which get the game ready for the upcoming 6.0 release, and have numerous fixes.
- Over on the Star Conflict site, their community section has been updated with support for inline videos, among other things.
Finally, in non-spacey game news, the folks behind the Sword of the Stars
games, Kerberos Productions, have announced a spinoff game entitled Sword of the Stars: The Pit.
This is a 2D rougelike game that takes place in the same universe as their other games, and is the first game being fully self-funded. There’s a trailer
you can check out (which I’ll embed after the cut), and if you like what you see, you can kick them some money on Indiegogo
. Thanks to Blues News
for the tip.
That wraps it all up. :) Thanks for visiting folks, and have a fabulous day!
Look! News! ;)
Hello everyone, I hope you’re having a great Tuesday! Here’s what’s going on in space game-related news today:
- First off, condolences to the friends and family of Mike Singleton, who created many space and non-space games for legendary companies such as Microprose, Simon & Schuster, and others. Some of his spacey games include Starlord, Space Cutter and Star Trek: The Rebel Universe. Amazing non-spacey games he helped create include Carrier Command, Lords of Midnight, and War in Middle Earth. This thread on GiantBomb has more information from folks who knew him, and our own friend Cliffski has some words as well. Again, my condolences on such a loss.
- In happier news, Steam has announced their latest round of Greenlight approvals, and spacey game favorite Miner Wars 2081 made the cut! Congrats to them!
- The latest Drox Operative patch (0.926) has been released which adds “mine fields, tachyon storms, radiation storms, nanomite clouds, antimatter fields, unstable black holes” as well as other bug fixes. Holy crap.
- The folks behind Star Command have released what I think is their first gameplay video from the game itself over on Kickstarter, and I’ll embed it after the cut.
- In Star Citizen news, the folks at Rock, Paper Shotgun have an article about the game’s influences, while the folks at Eurogamer have an article detailing Chris Roberts asking fans if they’d like a Kickstarter option. What do you think?
- According to their blog, the folks behind Epic Space Game have released a new update for their game, adding private messaging, bug fixes and so on.
- Over on Kickstarter, the ScrumbleShip folks announced they’ve reached their stretch goal for AI ships! Awesome!
- Also via Kickstarter, the developer of Ring Runner did a video interview in a virtual elevator. Cute. I’ll embed it after the cut.
- According to the EVE Online news page, they’ve announced that Inferno 1.3 has been deployed today.
In non-gaming news, there’s first an amazing time-lapse video of the space shuttle Endeavour
making its way across Los Angeles to the California Science Center from LAX, and it’s amazing to watch. Even though I live in LA, I sadly didn’t get a chance to watch the trip personally, but I’ll see her once she’s put on display. Sadly I can’t find a way to embed it or I would. :/ Finally, there’s a great concept ship design by Maxim Revin over on the Concept Ships blog
That’s it for today! Have an amazing day everyone!
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