It was recently my pleasure to be a part of Answer the Call, a weekly Twitch show hosted by Twerk17. The topic was the importance of the female avatar. I won’t rehash the conversation here. A link is included in the show notes. What I would like to discuss are two topics that are offshoots from that conversation. My brand of gameplay and what I’ve dubbed the games fiddly bits.
This episode discusses my excitement for the new faces that have joined the Star Citizen streaming family since from the Anniversary event, the magic of Hurston, re-visiting Stanton lore for new listeners and a new piece of fanfic. Please sit back, relax and enjoy.
Taking flight in and around Hurston is awe inspiring.
A small crowd gathered around the makeshift food truck hovering just off landing pad A00. Port Olisar, the aging starbase stationed in the trade lanes above Crusader, was coming to life. Local cargo haulers, miners and, small service crews, called the dilapidated two-story four-strut structure home…
So many new faces and streamers have found their way to the Star Citizen Alpha 3.3.5 Persistent Universe, it seems like a perfect time for a refresher on the Stanton Star System.
I didn’t partake in this year’s Anniversary Sale. With the fleet I’ve amassed over the years, it’s going to take a specialized ship to pique my interest enough to swap in something new. Note, swap-in. I’ve hit my ceiling on ship purchases. I know, I’ve said that before but this time I mean it! What I have engaged in as a result of the sale and freefly, is the amazing influx of new players and streamers.
As with most things Star Citizen there’s the good, the bad and the miraculous. Hurston is definitely the latter.
A new way of visualizing the star systems and a look at Helios, as the prototype.
A look at the changes introduced by Alpha Patch 3.2, including a introductory mining guide.
My impressions of the features and ships added into the Star Citizen Persistent Universe in Alpha Patch 3.1