The Kickstarter Page for Elite: Dangerous now includes a new video developer diary on the topics of multiplayer and spaceships in Frontier Developments' upcoming space combat remake (thanks Trueman832). The clip includes narration from designer David Braben, and shows off gameplay footage. Additionally, the backer rewards for the project now include several options that include physical copies of the game.
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CJ_Parker wrote on Nov 25, 2012, 21:09: I dunno... Limit Theory seems like some kind of experiment to me like...
What is the limit of people's stupidity? How long can a single individual uphold the one-man-show gig and keep the cash pouring in without anyone getting seriously suspicious?
Honestly, guys. Just think about the title of the "game". Limit Theory. Think about the premise, think about what's shown, think it all through... do we really believe in the concept of a single guy being able to work magic out of his ass? Really? Do we?
To tell you the truth I sure as fuck don't. I, for one, wouldn't be surprised one bit if at the end of the campaign a giant middle finger is flipping us all the birdie at the KS page with a single line posted "EXACTLY HOW FUCKING RETARDED ARE YOU ALL AND THANKS FOR ALL THE FISH YOU DUMBFUXX?!?".
Ever heard about Evochron ? Then go do your research first, that's a one man show as well, and game has more scope than many others developed by bigger teams. Evochron guy is piss poor in art department , I'll give you that but LT graphics looks dandy so far, combine this with scale and scope of something like Evochron but procedurally generated and I'll be all over this.