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What has you most excited to play Limit Theory?

Poll ended at Tue Aug 02, 2016 12:41 pm You may select up to 3 options

The AI, or the way the universe feels alive
Total votes: 28 (19%)
The modding potential/LTSL
Total votes: 13 (9%)
The beautiful, atmospheric graphics
Total votes: 13 (9%)
The exploration potential
Total votes: 7 (5%)
The procedural history/the way the universe evolves
Total votes: 16 (11%)
The sandbox gameplay
Total votes: 10 (7%)
Fleets
Total votes: 4 (3%)
Building and research
Total votes: 10 (7%)
Colonies and planets (and potentially civilian ships)
Total votes: 7 (5%)
The factions, and everything else that goes with them
Total votes: 7 (5%)
The market/trade mechanics
Total votes: 5 (3%)
The information mechanics
Total votes: 1 (1%)
The combat gameplay
Total votes: 2 (1%)
The mission system
Total votes: 1 (1%)
The UI
Total votes: 1 (1%)
The fact that it's a space game
Total votes: 5 (3%)
Pirates, pirating, and illegal activity
Total votes: 2 (1%)
I'm here for the community
Total votes: 9 (6%)
I'm not excited to play Limit Theory
Total votes: 3 (2%)
Total votes: 144
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Re: Are you excited to play LT?

#32
Well i'am Looking forward to the living Universe caused by many AI Ship's!
(because most of the space sim's I've played feel quit dead :()
And the procederal content is also something i really like because you can look at your ship and say: "This Betty here is unique!" and i like it when i own something unique ;D
But if i had to decide i would choose the first one as my must have in LT.

That's it and have a nice Day!
K.Chaos
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Re: Are you excited to play LT?

#35
Well, if you think about it, that dead feeling is fairly realistic - space is very big, very empty, very big, we only know of one planet confirmed to have life, space is big, also empty, and very very very big. :lol:
There simply won't be much going on in the way of other peeps trawling around in most games, except at choke points like earth-like planets.

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Re: Are you excited to play LT?

#38
IronDuke wrote:Well, if you think about it, that dead feeling is fairly realistic - space is very big, very empty, very big, we only know of one planet confirmed to have life, space is big, also empty, and very very very big. :lol:
There simply won't be much going on in the way of other peeps trawling around in most games, except at choke points like earth-like planets.

--IronDuke
Yes, and I understand survival games ought to feel dead... but that doesn't mean they have to feel lonely and depressing. :P Surely there's a way to combat that. Maybe make it so you aren't the only one that's survived? Maybe add a few AI characters for you to get to know and talk to? It doesn't seem like it would be overly difficult to put something rudimentary together - it would just need an AI and some chat scripting.
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Re: Are you excited to play LT?

#40
jonathanredden wrote:im looking forward to making every AIs life a nightmare as a pirate, running a colony or running multiple colonies along with a small empire with a democracy of course.
I'm more a fan of Mywillislawarchy :twisted:

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