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Why I ain't playing Powerplay

Those who know me, know that I very much bang the drum for Frontier’s Elite: Dangerous. As a fan of the series from 1984 to present I’ve watched and experienced the game go from an impressive space trading combat game with wireframe graphics to the dazzling spectacle of 1:1 scale multi-player galaxy that it has now become. 1,833 more words


Elite: Dangerous E3 2015 Screenshots & Facts

Elite: Dangerous
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Elite: Dangerous is the definitive massively multiplayer space epic, bringing gaming’s original open world adventure to the modern generation with a connected galaxy, evolving narrative and the entirety of the Milky Way re-created at its full galactic proportions.  398 more words

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E3 2015: 'Elite Dangerous' Developer Announces New Game

Frontier Developments, the developer of space exploration game Elite Dangerous has announced that it is working on a new game. Titled Planet Coaster, the game appears to be a similar concept to Frontier Developments’ Roller Coaster Tycoon games. 16 more words



Let’s all be honest with ourselves: we love playing rollercoaster games, as we love seeing coaster cars filled with hapless victims being flung from rickety contraptions at high velocity, but no-one can really be bothered with maintaining the upkeep of a theme park. 120 more words


Elite: Dangerous Rolls In For Mac

Frontier Developments have finally got a Mac version of their game Elite: Dangerous out to those many, many Mac gamers.

You can now purchase the game through… 53 more words

Elite Dangerous owners to soon get Steam version for free

As reported on Ars Technica, existing owners of Elite Dangerous will soon be able to get a Steam key from within their game; allowing them to install the game through Valve’s service. 129 more words


2015.05.01 - ELITE: Dangerous - TrackIR focus issue solved

Yesterday I read up a little about Track IR, trying to find out more about the losing focus problem, and I stumbled across Freetrack. The software sounds as though it might be worth while trying out, in order to see if the problem is the Track IR software. 1,035 more words