LegendaryAce

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About LegendaryAce

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  • Location Las Vegas, Nevada
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  1. Development Update for Consoles!

    Ha! Just noticed the acronym in that!
  2. Development Update for Consoles!

    Count me out. I'm not gonna get hyped up for the release, and then find some catastrophic bug on my first day playing. No, I'll let you guys do that. I'll remain cautiously optimistic though...
  3. Development Update for Consoles!

    Well, if this game isn't updated before the end of the year, I'm done with it. If it really takes more than a year and a half to re-release a game, then it's not worth my time and patience. Ace Combat 7, Star Wars Battlefront 2, and SimpleRockets all look very enticing, so abandoning KSP won't really hurt me.
  4. Development Update for Consoles!

    We were asking this same question back in March. Quite far apparently...
  5. Development Update for Consoles!

    Well, it's a start, so I'm not gonna fault them for that...
  6. Development Update for Consoles!

    Oh yeah! That's always fun! Add in a flight speed of 1,200mps+, then you're quite literally on fire! Most definitely. My grandfather worked with Skunk Works back in the 50's and 60's, helping create the SR-71's J58 engines. I can only imagine how much work went into them to get them to work at Mach 3+! Also, in regards to the flatspin, almost all of my jets are equipped with two J404's with full thrust vectoring, so a catastrophic loss of the vertical stabilizer is a minor inconvenience!
  7. Development Update for Consoles!

    Totally. I feel that reentry on Xbox One wasn't really that exciting, but really more of a lackluster chore. Plus KAX and FAR would make re-entering spaceplanes A LOT more reliable. I can't begin to tell you how many times I've had uneven heating on my wings, and one explodes, causing an irreversible pitch and roll, leading to catastrophic disintegration, similar to the Columbia. Though fortunately, I do put an emergency escape capsule, quite like the XB-70's ejection system.
  8. Development Update for Consoles!

    Oh yeah. I agree completely. There were a few that I would love native support for on console: 1) Realistic Solar System and Spacecraft (but a heavier version of Realism Overhaul/Realistic Progression Zero) 2) Debug menus (so when I test my SSTO's and military aircraft, I don't need to worry about fuel, damage, etc. 3) Ferram Aerospace (I spend 10% of my time making rockets and doing missions, and 90% building and fine tuning military aircraft replicas, so a super accurate flight physics system is a must, especially for my F-35B's) 4) KAX [Kerbal Aerospace Expansion] (To make even MORE realistic aircraft, including TILTROTORS!) 5) MechJeb (This'll make mid air refueling possible, and give me even more aircraft possibilities) Anyway, hopefully we get some kind of mod support in the future.
  9. Development Update for Consoles!

    In my opinion, there's always been two kinds of modding. There are those like me who mod their Xbox and PC games for personal pleasure to avoid any possible ramifications, and those like most everyone here who mod for the enjoyment of others. Unfortunately, as made so blatantly clear especially by Bethesda and their "Creation Club", developers seem to be more than willing to capitalize on fan made changes, and take their work and charge money for it. Case in point? Before CC on Fallout 4, I had a mod that added the Fallout 3 and New Vegas era Gauss Rifle to the game. But right before CC went live, that mod was removed from the game, and lo and behold Bethesda added a paid version of the Gauss Rifle. In short, us modders need to stick together and not let devs and publishers ruin what has for so long been free content by players, for players. TL;DR Devs want to make paid mods, but we need to prevent that.
  10. Development Update for Consoles!

    Well, one of T2's biggest games, GTA V, is chock full of microtransactions, so I'm gonna say that this will be a bad thing. Also, T2 is abhorrently against modding, as evidenced by the GTA V PC mods fiasco. I'm awaiting the day that we have to pay for LOx resources and F2P, play-to-win rocket parts. The allure of a quick buck is too great for T2 to ignore.
  11. KSP Weekly: The Martian Race

    I agree with you there. I actually got a bit of progress way back when I had a refueling station on Minmus with a surface to orbit fuel ferry for my spaceplanes. But one day I saved my game, turned off the Xbox for the night, and the next morning it was gone. This was about 13 months ago, and KSP has long since been shelved, taking up space on my HDD. Truthfully, I don't know why I'm still waiting, holding out hope that we'll see an update. After at least a year, you'd think we'd see something...
  12. Development Update for Consoles!

    I plan on staying, if only to see if Squad can and will ever fix this mess. I personally couldn't care less about KSP anymore, since I care way more about Ace Combat 7 and am eagerly awaiting it's release (and it'll be far less broken at launch). That's why these Weeklies don't bother me in the least. After undergoing an update drought of almost 2 years with Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition, I've learned to not care once a wait for an update passes a year. Plus Jundroo, the creators of Simpleplanes, are releasing Simplerockets 2 early next year, and I know they won't disappoint. So even if KSP doesn't get updated, I'll still have a space game to play. (EDIT: Also, I noticed that you're a PC player, so I'm 99% certain that you have no clue as to what makes us so upset. And that little comment about being entitled is laughable. How can I be entitled when I don't have anything to appreciate? I'm not sure you understand what entitlement is. You've gotta have something to appreciate, yet we console gamers have a $40 pile of broken code. And to quote someone from a game of mine that actually works, "I'm shutting down communications".)
  13. Development Update for Consoles!

    First off, I hate to say it, but that came off a bit rude, so there's that. But secondly, I wouldn't be so aggravated about it if it weren't for the fact that not only is my game broken, but I spent $40 of my hard earned money in good faith, only to find out I CAN'T get a refund. And thirdly, I have every right to be as angry as I am and have a lack of patience that I do. In case you haven't noticed, this fiasco has been going on for almost a year and a half, so I'm sorry that my irritation is getting annoying.
  14. Development Update for Consoles!

    I hate to say it, but I don't have much patience left.
  15. Development Update for Consoles!

    Well, it's nice to see that we won't be getting ANOTHER game breaking bug...