Frédéric Bastiat wrote:And now that the legislators and do-gooders have so futilely inflicted so many systems upon society, may they finally end where they should have begun: May they reject all systems, and try liberty; for liberty is an acknowledgment of faith in God and His works.
Count Axel Oxenstierna wrote:Dost thou not know, my son, with how little wisdom the world is governed?
Cosmos wrote:Missions seem to be very repetitive. I'm either killing X number of dudes in space or X number of dudes on a planet.
Plus, Steam chat works in-game this way. It works in-game on almost all of my games I've thrown into it. There's only a select few older games it doesn't work on.collegestudent22 wrote:Why would you buy a game without Steam and still use Steam? It seems to me that the whole purpose of Steam is to download games straight to your computer?
Go to the upper-right menu. Click the down arrow. Click "Visit the Bridge" and voila! You're on your bridge with your crew working around you. You can invite folks to visit your bridge, too. That's it, right now. Yeah... The bridge needs work, but it's as functional as they promised.chill182 wrote:When you customize your ship you can pick what you want your bridge to look like and yet I have never seen my bridge after that moment.
Greg Dean wrote:My MAIN complaint with things like the bridge is that they call attention to just how unnecessarily HUGE they are. This is the scale issue I talked about all over again.
...also, the fact that they're kind of pointless, all things considered.
KBPCarl wrote:As far as serving under another person on their ship, no thanks. No offense to anyone, but it's rare that command structure actually works out well.
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