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  1. Wow! Two years of opportunity in this thread, and not a single mention of the Freespace games (Descent: Freespace - The Great War, and Freespace 2)? Both available on Steam and/or GoG.
  2. Kopernicus is version-locked. That means you need to use the version of Kopernicus that matches your game version. I'm not sure where or if you can get an older version of Kop. Maybe someone else will post that info.
  3. Unless you have the KNES mod installed. Or MM on April 1st...
  4. I'm currently playing JNSQ (2x upscale of the stock system with a couple new planets and moons added). I've played with GPP in the past (Galileo's Planet Pack - stock-sized system, but all planets and moons have been replaced/renamed). I'm planning soon to make a new install to try out Beyond Home in the next couple weeks. I want to "finish" my current JNSQ game first.
  5. Was more thinking of this: https://www.goodreads.com/series/42076-dahak
  6. As Leatherneck said, copy the KSP folder from your Steam folder and place it anywhere convenient. Leave a pristine copy in your Steam folder - this will always get the updates without affecting your modded KSP folder. Personally, I copy each new version to a folder I call KSPStuff. I then make a copy of THAT copy and use it for my modded games, and rename the folder to, forex: KSP 1.8.1 - JNSQ, or KSP 1.7.0 - GPP. I have approximately 35 distinct copies of KSP on my computer (some modded, some bone stock), every single one completely playable and safe from Steam's auto-update feat
  7. Yeah, I know, but the differences, IMO, are minor and not worth talking about. Certainly, the differences are less than the differences between KSP1 and 2. The argument that Vegatoxi is making is that KSP1 and 2 are the same game but 2 is just updated. Anyway, my point was that just because a new, improved version of a game is released, it doesn't mean the previous version just gets abandoned. He's just plain wrong on that count. And frankly, if the developers want to continue supporting and updating the older game, who are we to say they can't? They can do whatever they want to th
  8. Homeworld Remastered. Better graphics, better resolution choices (not limited to 1024x768 maximum res as in the initial release). Everything better than original Homeworld release with the exact same gameplay and missions. Yet what do I play most often when I get the Homeworld itch? I pop in my original Homeworld CD that I bought on release day nearly 20 years ago. Sure the textures look crap, the models are stretched (unless I play in windowed mode, which I hate), and I love it. Interestingly enough, the Homeworld Remastered set also includes the original game as it was released all tha
  9. Gave you a like for Rush and Babymetal. I don't know Dave Brubeck Quartet.
  10. Sorry I wasn't able to get those files to you before you fixed it. Had some running around to do for a few hours. The fix is working fine.
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