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Centerpoint was described in every book to have all sorts of scaffolding, partial ship hulks, etc., etc., sticking off of its surface, due to countless civilizations since the creators adding crap to it.
Thing is, it would be hard to represent, since the thing is so freakin' massive.
He just wants a hug!
What is GOING ON!?
Looking better and better!
Quite impatiently awaiting any release. :P
Trying to find some new faction colors or something?
I wish I could afford a system that powerful...
Awww. I like the vibrant, beautiful look of the other menu screen.
This one will probably grow on me though. Very nice!
I don't think it looks bad, but it doesn't quite have a refinery feel to it.
What about moving the buttons around to the edges or something, so they don't obscure the center of the image? I know I'd like to see that image in it's full glory.
Very nice model. I'm kind of leaning towards the carrier line of thought with those above.
I copied the .big files over from my Vista partition (Where HW2 works.) to my Windows 7 one. But it still doesn't work. Arg...
I love the final zooming out shot with the ragdolls strewn about the landscape. When I finally get the money to spare...Hello pre-order.
I think I need a towel...Time to revive my Total War playathons.
Good to know I'm not crazy then. I had thought that little Missile Frigates being able to destroy a UNSG Battlecruiser with 10 or less shots was a little off...
On a side note, is there a "hold position" command I'm not seeing? Having my intended stationary fleets run off on me is a little annoying at times.
Not to be overly critical, and don't get me wrong: this looks awesome.
But I did notice that the blocks reacted with the desert as if it wasn't made out of sand. Was that just overlooked, not planned, or perhaps not possible to correct? I know I don't speak for anyone or everyone else, but I personally would like to see different reactions based on different surface materials, *if possible*. (That bit in the stars is the important part of that statement!)
Keep up the good work guys!
Everything that I read and see about this game makes me want to buy it more and more. *Drool*
This goes gloriously deep into the background of everything. I enjoyed reading about all the different Epochs. You could probably get a good book series started off of this.
Looking forward to the public release!
Bwaha. Downloading as I type. Can't wait to see what awesomeness this has become.
He ran into a couple small problems he had to fix before release, and now he's attempting to upload, but it's taking a while to do so.