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#25 - Thank you, any opinions on other space sims like Elite Dangero…  [+] (3 replies) 05/10/2016 on Spies 0
#27 - truenick (05/10/2016) [-]
Haven't played star citizen, but I do spend quite a bit of time on Elite Dangerous.

Elite is a hit or miss game for most players. There's alot to do but the game doesn't tell you how to do any of it. Travel can be tedious and super cruise takes a little getting used to.

I would recommend it to anyone who is into exploration and dogfighting (its possible to avoid fights altogether if it's not your thing). There's alot more to the game but the beauty of the cosmos and hectic fights really stand out to me.
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#26 - nustix (05/10/2016) [-]
I disagree, if you want to pvp I would rather recommend getting in one of the null-sec newbie fleets like pandemic horde or karma fleet or whatever.


As for the other two games you mentioned, I have never played ED but it sounds a lot less complex and star citizen is not out yet and might never come out.
#28 - truenick (05/10/2016) [-]
I wouldn't recommend PvP to someone who isn't used to Eve. As far as PvP goes, it's one of the most punishing out of any mmo out there.

Personally, I say start with a high sec Corp. Get used to the game, find a plays style that you enjoy, and go from there. From pvp, mining, manufacturing, planetary management, POS management, and exploration, there's a whole plethora of opportunities.
#11 - Is EVE any good?  [+] (5 replies) 05/09/2016 on Spies 0
#16 - truenick (05/10/2016) [-]
It's is a good game once you get past the first few hours. The game starts out rather constrictive, but once it opens up you'll always be able to find something to do.

Alot of of people complain that it's too time intensive. I disagree completely. I've played several MMOs and I spend alot less time on Eve than any other.

My one recommendation is to get into an active high security player Corp as soon as you can. Having a good group (3-5 players in high sec) makes the game much more enjoyable.
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#25 - formidableguy (05/10/2016) [-]
Thank you, any opinions on other space sims like Elite Dangerous or Star Citizen?
#27 - truenick (05/10/2016) [-]
Haven't played star citizen, but I do spend quite a bit of time on Elite Dangerous.

Elite is a hit or miss game for most players. There's alot to do but the game doesn't tell you how to do any of it. Travel can be tedious and super cruise takes a little getting used to.

I would recommend it to anyone who is into exploration and dogfighting (its possible to avoid fights altogether if it's not your thing). There's alot more to the game but the beauty of the cosmos and hectic fights really stand out to me.
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#26 - nustix (05/10/2016) [-]
I disagree, if you want to pvp I would rather recommend getting in one of the null-sec newbie fleets like pandemic horde or karma fleet or whatever.


As for the other two games you mentioned, I have never played ED but it sounds a lot less complex and star citizen is not out yet and might never come out.
#28 - truenick (05/10/2016) [-]
I wouldn't recommend PvP to someone who isn't used to Eve. As far as PvP goes, it's one of the most punishing out of any mmo out there.

Personally, I say start with a high sec Corp. Get used to the game, find a plays style that you enjoy, and go from there. From pvp, mining, manufacturing, planetary management, POS management, and exploration, there's a whole plethora of opportunities.
#29 - HAHAHAHAHA, perfection. On a side note what the hell …  [+] (5 replies) 05/08/2016 on My fave webms comp, Pt 23 +5
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#34 - Sterski (05/08/2016) [-]
It's called Osu
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#33 - safetyhazard (05/08/2016) [-]
osu
#32 - anon (05/08/2016) [-]
OSU!
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#30 - thempc (05/08/2016) [-]
no idea, perhaps the various resident weebs of fj can assist you
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#31 - formidableguy (05/08/2016) [-]
ahh well, anyway 10/10 webm sir
#39 - that's so stupid. not you,just the whole idea of head canon.  [+] (2 replies) 05/01/2016 on makes sense 0
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#40 - syntheticdoll (05/01/2016) [-]
Agreed, the only time when I can understand it is when a character dies and you tell yourself that somehow they must've survived and now live a happy life to save yourself from emotional trauma.
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#41 - froot (05/01/2016) [-]
>>#39

headcanons are more commonly used for an expansion to the universe. Some are nonsensical, some are more like "hey this is a cool parallel" or "hey what if this thing happens around things that we don't see?"

Like the example of Budapest with MCU. And the one mentioned in AoS, which I forget presently. They're scenarios that are commonly headcanoned because they're referenced and not expanded upon in the canon.
#17 - Picture 04/26/2016 on concern 0