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November 5, 2015 at 7:55 pm in reply to: Star Citizen – Interstellar Pirates #1641
As I guessed, and hopefully at least 1 of the 3 give their permission.
With the folks I’m chatting with, it will be the uber definitive proof to convince them SC has something going very wrong. They just don’t trust your blog and predictions alone.
The Escapist protecting their sources wasn’t good enough to prove Chris’s rant as a screw up. Other CIG screw ups will work.November 5, 2015 at 4:26 pm in reply to: Star Citizen – Interstellar Pirates #1632
I meant specifically, can you release full images, cropped images, or host images with enough details about the Twin Bros GmbH on it?
It would maybe require you to ask the customers that sent it or require some editing, but having those images out in the public, if possible, would be very helpful.November 5, 2015 at 3:50 pm in reply to: Star Citizen – Interstellar Pirates #1628
I just learned from Around the Verse: Episode 2.06 that CIG is spending money on a new studio in Santa Monica, CA. Actually Derek mentioned it some time ago but today is the first time I ever got official word.
Chris Roberts is one loony guy. He “restructures” the Austin studio. The lead technical designer Dan Tracy is gone. Don’t forget that Dan Tracy worked from Santa Monica in the first place.
They are just blowing money away. Extremely smart people are leaving. It will be possible to see a Constellation Phoenix or Crucible sale before the Nov Anniversary Sale.
Chris and Sandi just gotta have that nearby Hollywood life with $20,000 coffee machines. Maybe the new office will be built with the decor of a Phoenix? Oh snap that glitz up!November 5, 2015 at 2:49 pm in reply to: Star Citizen – Interstellar Pirates #1624
Do you know of anyone willing to let you crop and post a refund image with the Twin Bros GmbH and whatever other small details in it?
It would help out convincing backers and outsiders that something is very very wrong at CIG. I got some folks to read your blog and all they want is the Twin Bros GmbH pieces to really help make up their minds.
One by one people are waking up.November 5, 2015 at 12:20 pm in reply to: Star Citizen – Interstellar Pirates #1621
Your first 3 sentences were perfectly neutral.
It was your final sentence followed by the emote face that really implied a smug or condescending voice.
My advice to you is to avoid using emotes when being serious.
I accept your apology and have no problems with you or your opinions.November 5, 2015 at 11:15 am in reply to: Star Citizen – Interstellar Pirates #1614
Kristoffer S: Just to get the fact straight?
CIG has totally ignored my ticket for 3 weeks and I’m a Grand Admiral. You do not value your $1,000 like I do my $2,500. I expect a product and not a dream. Chris Roberts repeatedly used dates, and missed every single one of them. That is on him. If he never put a date on the project or refund policy in the Terms of Services 1.0, I would have never backed.
CIG is ignoring the Terms of Services 1.0 that I agreed to. Don’t remember when I last actually logged into Arena Commander on my own account or PC. I have no interest downloading a minimum of 24 GB every 2-3 patches.
The last Steam Summer Sale I bought Strike Suit Infinity for $1.97 and played 45 min. Submitted a refund ticket on help.steampowered.com later in Sept and got my $1.97 back to my steam wallet in 8 days.
Steam may be slow as hell, but they actually do refund. CIG is ignoring large customers and even raises eyes when some refunds are sent from Twin Bros. GmbH, Ortwin’s company. If you don’t find that fishy and suspicious, you are not someone I can take seriously.November 5, 2015 at 12:41 am in reply to: Star Citizen – Interstellar Pirates #1588
“It has some limited joystick support but who wants to control a spaceship with a joystick anyway.”
Hey hey hey Chris Roberts is so awesome, he asked Saitek to put track balls on their joystick.
We should be dropping more cash so that he can make these track balls extra smooth and durable since Saitek products are not high quality on a standard basis. If people want to fund dreams, they can fund unique joysticks that are perfectly tailored to Star Citizen’s “can be played by absolutely everyone” gameplay.
In order for Star Citizen to be a slamdunk success, we must all contribute our kids’ college funds, our disability benefits, and our life savings to make the Best Damn Space Sim Ever. Don’t forget the cookie jar stash.
Eventually, the track ball will ascend into a mouse and become the one pure device, and bring true enlightenment to all JPEG worshippers.
All hail Chris. All hail Chris. May your endeavor be our vanguard against all competing sims. Sandi watch over us. J-PEG!November 4, 2015 at 4:43 pm in reply to: Star Citizen – Interstellar Pirates #1582
The mug owner OP doesn’t seem like a bad person.
GrudonFactory states “To all the people downvoting: Yes I know that ain’t a major problem, but it is one. And only because it is something negative regarding the game (more ore less, let’s call it “brand”) you shouldn’t instantly downvote it. If the criticism isn’t stupid bashing, but justified, we should face the problem and find a solution for it. We have done this in the past with ingame-mechanics and brought up ideas, which is something great! But if we keep on downvoting everything that isn’t positive about the game we will be called “fanboys” more and more often – this is not what we attend. OP out. ”
If only there were more reasonable people. Alas games, forums and reddit are shelters for antisocial misfits.
On the other hand I don’t know what to describe Sandi as. Queen bee? Idris lady? False Vice President of Marketing?
I have difficulty respecting someone who lies about their college education, especially on this scale.
It shows in her merch.