... is what I keep thinking about while listening and watching to David Braben's latest video log.
Warning: Not actual game play footage but hey, that's OK because unlike in the day, the in-game footage does look like the CGI animation anyway. We live in the future after all!
The latest video of Elite: Dangerous is all about travelling to all the stars in the night sky.
New to Elite? New to space warfare? Planing on stepping up December 16th when Elite Dangerous gets publicly released? This tutorial is for you.
Yesterday the première of Elite Dangerous was broadcast on Twitch. I gotta admit, they know how to pull a show. In case you missed it in all it's glory, here is the full presentation. It is just a bit over an hour.
"Every star in the night sky exists in Elite: Dangerous" claims creator David Braben in a fascinating interview over at PC Gamer.
Science Fiction! From an early age I was exposed to it. Most coming from the TV set (Star Wars, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Space 1999) and some books (War of the Worlds remains vivid in my young imagination) You name it, I probably saw or read it. And of course then there was Carl Sagan's Cosmos – A Personal…
We've come a long long way together,
Slowly but surely, Elite Dangerous continues shaping up to be the game that will make me return to PC gaming. As of today, the new beta has been rolled out and it finally has a somewhat sensitive price: €60! Very weird days we live in where we have to play to play a game before it is officially released.
There is a very nice interview up at RPS with Elite Dangerous director and legendary developer David Braben.
Why is it dangerous? Because this is quite probably the game that will make me return to PC gaming. Trust me, that's huge for me after both "Starcraft II" and "Diablo III" failed to do so. Enjoy the new glorious trailer for "Elite Dangerous".
Now proudly hoisting the Beta flag.
What happens when you pair up VoiceAttack and Elite Dangerous? All of your Star Trek fantasies* come to life, that's what!
From the latest newsletter on Elite Dangerous development news, some words from David Braben.
Commander Scott "Manly" Manley takes us trough some of the new features in the latest alpha build of Elite Dangerous. You're' clear to launch, Commander:
Here are 20 odd minutes of "Elite Dangerous" single player action from the latest 120€ Oculus Rift compatible alpha version of the game. Commander Zeewolf will show you that life around Zelada station is anything but boring: