Around the Verse - Making mobiGlas Matter - Star Citizen Videos - MMORPG.com

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edited August 11 in Videos Discussion

imageAround the Verse - Making mobiGlas Matter - Star Citizen Videos - MMORPG.com

Sandi Gardiner and Chris Roberts are back for the latest Star Citizen update called Around the Verse. In this episode, the team shows a new feature of the video podcast called "Burndown" that provides behind-the-scenes developer interviews about bugs and other issues the team is battling that affect the release of 3.0.

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  • hfztthfztt GlostrupMember UncommonPosts: 1,196
    I still remember the time when they where mere days from being able to show a playable video of SQ42. Hell they even made a video about how close they were.

    Close to a year later we still haven't seen it.

    This is of course completely different...
    cotanya42
  • DirtyDozenDirtyDozen Member UncommonPosts: 354

    hfztt said:

    I still remember the time when they where mere days from being able to show a playable video of SQ42. Hell they even made a video about how close they were.



    Close to a year later we still haven't seen it.



    This is of course completely different...



    And here you are, after all this time, still sitting on your porch bitching. If Star Citizen were a person, you'd be slapped with a restraining order for stalking.
    cotanya42FreelancerND
  • saurus123saurus123 noneMember UncommonPosts: 645
    these issues are " need more money, need more money, need more money"
  • FreelancerNDFreelancerND MoscowMember UncommonPosts: 8
    In general, all their vids are "Hold on to your seats, whales! GAMESCON's coming, and we are bringing some JPEG sales for ya, fuck yeah!!". Yeeeeah. Like we haven't seen it all in 2016. And one can pretty much be sure that audicity from CR and his motley crew will only increase the closer we are to CitizenCon.
    Oh, and totally expected shitizen showup in comments, how unoriginal =)
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