Starbound is similar, I think, but it's a 2D sidescroller, looks like it would be right at home on a Super Nintendo. I haven't played it since release, it's got a story now, I guess, but for the longest time while it was in development it was just open. I would come home from work, put on David Lynch's The Big Dream, and explore new worlds, hit aliens with a sword. It was a real nice way to relax before bed.
Originally posted by Will938: If you don't become a screen writer for comedy movies, then you're an asshole.
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Originally posted by prepsheriff: i'm lost....not aware of the topic.
Are you talking with yourself?
Originally posted by Skull Leader: Have you ever heard of Starcitizen?
Hasn't been released, yet. Still in alpha testing. You can still pay the $45 and join to play, but it's far from a polished game.
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