Star Citizen Free Fly Week

Another free fly week is getting underway later today in Star Citizen, allowing you to be a free fly on the wall in Cloud Imperium's long-in-development crowdfunded space game. This celebrates Invictus Launch Week 2950 and involves the chance to try a rotating assortment of different spacecraft over the course of the next 11 days as outlined in this schedule. Here's an Invictus Launch Week 2950 Teaser Trailer and here's word:
Check out the verse’s biggest, best, and most iconic ships up-close at the Bevic Convention Center on ArcCorp. In addition, pilots can get hands-on test flights for free. With a rotating selection of manufacturer’s taking over the hall every few days, there’s never been a better time to discover everything that Star Citizen has to offer with free fly flights!

What: Known colloquially as Fleet Week, the Invictus Launch Week marks the period between Emancipation Day and Armistice Day and the beginning of the new year of recruits for the UEE Navy. To honor the citizens who signed up to defend the Human systems during this time, pilots will have the rare opportunity for Free Fly test flights, special promotions, community contests, and more, including a special in-game fire-works display to usher in the arrival of immense capital ships appearing in the ‘verse for the first time.
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jdreyer wrote on May 28, 2020, 16:01:
Kxmode wrote on May 27, 2020, 18:59:
Drayth wrote on May 27, 2020, 16:05:
I'm going to go out on a limb and just say that I do believe you two have made your points. If anyone has anything new they want to add, have at it.

Peanut butter pancakes are amazing.

Chris Roberts is adding that to the roadmap as we speak. For realism.

Don't you mean the Chunky roadmap?
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Kxmode wrote on May 27, 2020, 18:59:
Drayth wrote on May 27, 2020, 16:05:
I'm going to go out on a limb and just say that I do believe you two have made your points. If anyone has anything new they want to add, have at it.

Peanut butter pancakes are amazing.

Chris Roberts is adding that to the roadmap as we speak. For realism.
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Kxmode wrote on May 28, 2020, 05:54:
That's okay. You can use 1337.me.

Nice, thanks. Very similar to crontab.guru

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Tigger wrote on May 27, 2020, 21:39:
The Half Elf wrote on May 22, 2020, 16:12:
DEREK SMART
DEREK SMART
DEREK SMART


Actually would love to know Derek's thoughts on the current state of the game.

Do you see what you did Half Elf? This is why we can't have nice things; this went from a 'look at the state of this game; 285Mil - 8 years in development and its still in Alpha to "0H my G0dz D3r3k IS 5UCH A n00b AND 7HI5 G4M3 R0CK0RZZZ!!

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The Half Elf wrote on May 22, 2020, 16:12:
DEREK SMART
DEREK SMART
DEREK SMART


Actually would love to know Derek's thoughts on the current state of the game.

Do you see what you did Half Elf? This is why we can't have nice things; this went from a 'look at the state of this game; 285Mil - 8 years in development and its still in Alpha to "0H my G0dz D3r3k IS 5UCH A n00b AND 7HI5 G4M3 R0CK0RZZZ!!

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Drayth wrote on May 27, 2020, 16:05:
I'm going to go out on a limb and just say that I do believe you two have made your points. If anyone has anything new they want to add, have at it.

Peanut butter pancakes are amazing.
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I'm going to go out on a limb and just say that I do believe you two have made your points. If anyone has anything new they want to add, have at it.
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Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 27, 2020, 11:44:
theyarecomingforyou wrote on May 27, 2020, 06:02:
It's funny how regardless of whether I defend or criticise the game I'm a fanboy. And when I prove you demonstrably wrong you switch to ad hominem attacks. Clearly I got to you.
You're right. I apologise. Sometimes I get carried away trolling Star Citizen fans.
See, that wasn't hard. Apology accepted.
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theyarecomingforyou wrote on May 27, 2020, 06:02:
It's funny how regardless of whether I defend or criticise the game I'm a fanboy. And when I prove you demonstrably wrong you switch to ad hominem attacks. Clearly I got to you.

There's that delusion again!!!!! HAHAHAHAHA

You're definitely a fanboy.. you even just wrote it! hahahhahahaha
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theyarecomingforyou wrote on May 25, 2020, 12:45:
Obviously I'm a fan of the project. That much is public knowledge and I'm completely open about that. I've been to numerous events, met the developers, got signed merchandise and visited their UK studio; my total pledge to the game so far is over $1,500.

I'm having good fun with this. Thanks for the laughs!
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Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 17:57:
theyarecomingforyou wrote on May 26, 2020, 15:46:
Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 14:04:
Did you even read my post? "I think Derek smart is going to be semi-right about this game".
I read that you 'love his crusade against Star Citizen'. You can dislike a game all you want but actively routing for it to fail is a different matter. Some would label you a troll.

Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 14:04:
I haven't followed enough of this to care or know what he's right or wrong about.
How convenient. You've been trashing the game here for over half a decade and support what he's doing but then feign ignorance when it comes to the details.

Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 14:04:
You've even started criticizing it.. which means he's basically semi-right.
I've been critical from the start. I backed the game on Kickstarter knowing full well I might lose my money and that nothing may come of the game. As it has progressed and milestones have been hit I've backed more. Now that progress has slowed I've stopped backing.

Below is a post I made back in 2017 where I advised people against buying the game and criticised the quality of the release and CIG's ability to hit milestones. I've been realistic about the project and the issues with it. Your attempt to paint me as a blind fan of the project is without merit.

theyarecomingforyou wrote on Dec 24, 2017, 16:31:
I'm not interested in spending any more to support the game until there are regular content releases and significant progress. In fact I'd encourage people to hold off spending more until CIG can demonstrate the ability to deliver regular content updates. The 3.0 release was delayed by a year and it's far from a polished experience. There's also no word of when 3.1 will be released, let alone the other promises features.

Your insecurities are showing Crowngrin
It's funny how regardless of whether I defend or criticise the game I'm a fanboy. And when I prove you demonstrably wrong you switch to ad hominem attacks. Clearly I got to you.

Kosumo wrote on May 27, 2020, 02:57:
Please theyarecoingforyou, more post from the past, … they are so funny

Your wish is my command:

Kosumo wrote on Nov 30, 2014, 15:24:
Ok, It's very clear I like ragging on Star Citizen (who doesn't?) but I will give them some credit at this stage that they are making a PC computer game, the day they mention consoles I will go full womble on Christ and his team.
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Kosumo wrote on Aug 20, 2016, 18:15:
Totally agree with CJ_Parker on this one.

That presentation looked good, form the graphics side of things but the gameplay was totally average - the space combat was plan and dull, the fps parts where way below average and the structure of the quest, with having to go see the guy in a bar, during which you must use a left, that Chris Roberts creamed himself over explaining how it worked like a real lift, well, how much fun is it waiting for a lift both on your way there and when you are leaving.

Also the way how that spaceship behaved while in the atmosphere was laughable, following the guy in the lift while it rolled, with no sense of weight or inertia, more like magic than real physic.

While this does show that they are working on getting their ducks in a row, it's a long way form starting to line up in my opinion.

They still have a massive way to go, I look forward to seeing how this work when in the hands of the backers with more than 4 players in it.

I'll give them a 7 out of 10 for the video but to me history has shown they have problems converting these trailers to an actual playable, fun, public build.

None of this justifies the money they have been charging for concepts of ships (dlc) to an unrelest game.
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Please theyarecoingforyou, more post from the past, … they are so funny
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They announced it's cancelation a few weeks back.
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What's the plan for CitizenCon this year? Some options:
- Hold it as per usual
- Hold it, but limit the number of attendees for social distancing purposes
- Do the whole thing online.
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theyarecomingforyou wrote on May 26, 2020, 15:46:
Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 14:04:
Did you even read my post? "I think Derek smart is going to be semi-right about this game".
I read that you 'love his crusade against Star Citizen'. You can dislike a game all you want but actively routing for it to fail is a different matter. Some would label you a troll.

Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 14:04:
I haven't followed enough of this to care or know what he's right or wrong about.
How convenient. You've been trashing the game here for over half a decade and support what he's doing but then feign ignorance when it comes to the details.

Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 14:04:
You've even started criticizing it.. which means he's basically semi-right.
I've been critical from the start. I backed the game on Kickstarter knowing full well I might lose my money and that nothing may come of the game. As it has progressed and milestones have been hit I've backed more. Now that progress has slowed I've stopped backing.

Below is a post I made back in 2017 where I advised people against buying the game and criticised the quality of the release and CIG's ability to hit milestones. I've been realistic about the project and the issues with it. Your attempt to paint me as a blind fan of the project is without merit.

theyarecomingforyou wrote on Dec 24, 2017, 16:31:
I'm not interested in spending any more to support the game until there are regular content releases and significant progress. In fact I'd encourage people to hold off spending more until CIG can demonstrate the ability to deliver regular content updates. The 3.0 release was delayed by a year and it's far from a polished experience. There's also no word of when 3.1 will be released, let alone the other promises features.

Your insecurities are showing Crowngrin
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Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 14:04:
Did you even read my post? "I think Derek smart is going to be semi-right about this game".
I read that you 'love his crusade against Star Citizen'. You can dislike a game all you want but actively routing for it to fail is a different matter. Some would label you a troll.

Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 14:04:
I haven't followed enough of this to care or know what he's right or wrong about.
How convenient. You've been trashing the game here for over half a decade and support what he's doing but then feign ignorance when it comes to the details.

Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 14:04:
You've even started criticizing it.. which means he's basically semi-right.
I've been critical from the start. I backed the game on Kickstarter knowing full well I might lose my money and that nothing may come of the game. As it has progressed and milestones have been hit I've backed more. Now that progress has slowed I've stopped backing.

Below is a post I made back in 2017 where I advised people against buying the game and criticised the quality of the release and CIG's ability to hit milestones. I've been realistic about the project and the issues with it. Your attempt to paint me as a blind fan of the project is without merit.

theyarecomingforyou wrote on Dec 24, 2017, 16:31:
I'm not interested in spending any more to support the game until there are regular content releases and significant progress. In fact I'd encourage people to hold off spending more until CIG can demonstrate the ability to deliver regular content updates. The 3.0 release was delayed by a year and it's far from a polished experience. There's also no word of when 3.1 will be released, let alone the other promises features.
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theyarecomingforyou wrote on May 26, 2020, 13:23:
Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 11:58:
You spent a good 4-5 years defending it I'd say and maybe you've turned your opinion in the last 1? It's hard to consider that to be a middle ground.

Check out your post from 6.5 years ago.. look at that fervor!
And that post was completely valid... 6.5 years ago. The situation has evolved and so has my opinion.

At the start of the project the scope increased substantially to match the increased funding. That meant it was reasonable to accept some delays and changes to the project, especially as CIG was establishing its various studios (LA, Austin, Manchester, Frankfurt, Derby). Now we're coming up to eight years into the project and long-promised features are being removed from the short-term roadmap, despite record levels of funding and staffing.

And if you want to go around digging up old posts, here's one from you praising Derek Smart for trolling the game:

Tipsy McStagger wrote on Sep 23, 2016, 14:54:
I think Derek is going to be semi-right about this game. Derek Smart isn't an idiot, he's just a little hot headed about certain topics and lets his ego get the best of him. Does that make him wrong? Not at all.

Personally, I love his crusade against Star citizen.. he's got emotion involved in this as he was the original star citizen but he released it.

If you can't accept that Derek Smart has been wrong from the start then you are utterly disconnected from reality.

Did you even read my post? "I think Derek smart is going to be semi-right about this game".

I haven't followed enough of this to care or know what he's right or wrong about. What I do know is he originally said something along the lines of this game is never going to get finished and they'll release something just to not get sued. As the years go by.. it's looking more and more true. You've even started criticizing it.. which means he's basically semi-right.
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Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 26, 2020, 11:58:
You spent a good 4-5 years defending it I'd say and maybe you've turned your opinion in the last 1? It's hard to consider that to be a middle ground.

Check out your post from 6.5 years ago.. look at that fervor!
And that post was completely valid... 6.5 years ago. The situation has evolved and so has my opinion.

At the start of the project the scope increased substantially to match the increased funding. That meant it was reasonable to accept some delays and changes to the project, especially as CIG was establishing its various studios (LA, Austin, Manchester, Frankfurt, Derby). Now we're coming up to eight years into the project and long-promised features are being removed from the short-term roadmap, despite record levels of funding and staffing.

And if you want to go around digging up old posts, here's one from you praising Derek Smart for trolling the game:

Tipsy McStagger wrote on Sep 23, 2016, 14:54:
I think Derek is going to be semi-right about this game. Derek Smart isn't an idiot, he's just a little hot headed about certain topics and lets his ego get the best of him. Does that make him wrong? Not at all.

Personally, I love his crusade against Star citizen.. he's got emotion involved in this as he was the original star citizen but he released it.

If you can't accept that Derek Smart has been wrong from the start then you are utterly disconnected from reality.
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theyarecomingforyou wrote on May 26, 2020, 06:14:
Tipsy McStagger wrote on May 25, 2020, 23:47:
Hahahha.. man I didn't even know the top part but I know for a fact when anything gets mentioned about star citizen you come in with your White Knight outfit on and yield the hammer of delusional truth!
So me criticising the game and saying I don't recommend it is 'delusional truth'? Bizarre.

People here are so binary. You either have to love something or hate it and there can be no middle ground. I prefer to look at things on merit, rather than have predetermined views.

You spent a good 4-5 years defending it I'd say and maybe you've turned your opinion in the last 1? It's hard to consider that to be a middle ground.

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Check out your post from 6.5 years ago.. look at that fervor!

theyarecomingforyou wrote on Nov 28, 2013, 10:45:
panbient wrote on Nov 28, 2013, 09:17:
A year ago RSI started a pitch for what sounded like a small, focused, space game with great potential for expanding into absolute greatness. The community heard it too and supported them beyond their expectations. How is it the game they planned to make for $2 million can't be shown even as a beta when they've gotten well over 15 times more funding? And I don't mean some module either, I mean the original product they pitched last year, the one they said only needed $2 million to be made.
You can't build a AAA game in one year. More importantly, they stated that from the beginning. On the Kickstarter page it clearly states they were aiming for space combat to be available in 12 months (on track for next month) with the beta available in around 22-24 months (on track for late next year). They're delivering EXACTLY WHAT THEY PROMISED.

So fuck you and all the naysayers. For the same amount of money people pledged (or more if they decided to increase their pledge) they will be getting a better game, with higher production quality and better support. The game is taking the same amount of time promised, yet it will be substantially better as a result.

Was an orchestral score originally expected? Nope, yet we have one.
Was FPS combat originally expected? Nope, but we're getting it.
Was planetside combat originally expected? Nope, but we're getting it.
Was the hangar module originally expected? Nope, but we've got it.
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Drayth wrote on May 26, 2020, 00:13:
3.9,1's been kind to me so far. I did hear about the server queue mess on Friday, but I logged in around midnight my time that night and got straight in (not a huge surprise or anything, just saying). Counting that one I've had two game sessions lasting about 2 - 3 hours each. Only major bug I hit was at one point the animations for getting in and out of my ship were triggering but the ship doors weren't opening. That was a first. Other's millage will obviously vary.
You've been lucky. Many have encountered large queues connecting to servers, been unable to get past the character creation screen and experienced the usual issues (poor performance, NPCs standing on chairs, falling through ships / planets, etc). I had to restart a dozen times and do a character reset just to be able to play the game. I also don't care for many of the design decisions (quantum travel times are excessive, the flight model is slow and drifty, the UI is clunky and unintuitive, food and drink mechanics are unnecessary, etc).

Drayth wrote on May 26, 2020, 00:13:
Seeing NPC's standing on chairs is getting old. I understand they need more server power to handle the NPC's and that's coming with certain server tech goals, but for FFS just take them out of the game till then.
I'd rather they just disable NPCs altogether until they have the bare minimum of functionality. Right now they impact server performance and immersion, without contributing anything.

Drayth wrote on May 26, 2020, 00:13:
On the other hand, gotta say, seeing the navy armada of ships was pretty cool. First time seeing some of those cap ships in game, getting out of my ship and being able to EVA right up to them to get an idea of the scale gave me a taste of SQ 42 which is what I'm really waiting for (heavy emphasis on wait).
Sure, I get that. But right now they don't contribute to gameplay. You can look at them but that's it. We don't have the 'Capture the Idris' mission that was promised so many years ago. And CIG has been extremely quiet about progress on Squadron 42, which everyone suspects is going to be substantially delayed but whenever this happens CIG just ignores the matter until the community backlash becomes too extreme.

Drayth wrote on May 26, 2020, 00:13:
Pledge wise, I bought in ages ago to where I got both game packages for one price. Upgraded my starter to an explorer version of the same ship and that was that. I prefer to earn stuff in game so there's as much still left to do in the game itself. And now my gear and ship upgrades have been carrying over from one patch to the next which is nice. Has me playing a bit more than just a couple hours to see what's new each patch.
I backed initially with a $35 pledge and didn't contribute any more until various milestones were hit (the launch of Arena Commander, SC 2.0, SC3.0, etc). Now that progress has significantly slowed and CIG has made numerous poor decisions I have refrained from any further spending. When future milestones are met I will review that decision.

Drayth wrote on May 26, 2020, 00:13:
As far as "#6" goes Mr. Smart is not acknowledging a few facts: A large portion of the initial claims were dropped, and the remaining were pretty much slaughtered by Amazon's response to Crytek about whether CIG was breaking their license agreement by using a different engine (Lumberyard).
"“Normally we wouldn’t discuss a customer relationship — those relationships are confidential and we take that very seriously. However, given the circumstances, we have asked CIG for authorization to share, and they have given approval. We can confirm that yes, Amazon did license Lumberyard to CIG in 2016, and we included Cryengine (what you licensed to us) as part of that license to CIG.”"

Immediately after that email Skadden dropped out (gee, I wonder why) and the whole thing began to wind down with Crytek hiring a smaller set of lawyers to handle the wrap up. Unfortunately the whole thing ended in a settlement, so no definitive "winner", but it's pretty easy to work out who had the stronger arm in the lawsuit.

Here's an older, yet still telling list of Mr. Smart predictions vs reality.

I don't argue against anyone stating this game's taking too long to come out. I'm ok with the long development time as long as SQ42 gets here in the next year or two and shows the development time made for a great game. They want to go balls to the wall with SC universe, have at it. There's no mandatory subscription, and if the demand's there to continue funding the game with the model they're using, then it is what it is.

Mr. Smart's reality bending crusade is another matter, however.
Exactly. Derek Smart is objectively and factually wrong. His various predictions over the years have all been proven wrong. He is just a troll.
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