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Cyrrex
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Reply #210 on: September 29, 2020, 12:20:45 AM

Is there a recent update to this?  I somehow always manage to forget I own this game for the Index.

"...maybe if you cleaned the piss out of the sunny d bottles under your desks and returned em, you could upgrade you vid cards, fucken lusers.." - Grunk
Hawkbit
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Reply #211 on: September 29, 2020, 02:22:49 AM

Is there a recent update to this?  I somehow always manage to forget I own this game for the Index.

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rattran
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Reply #212 on: October 02, 2020, 01:28:32 PM

It's surprisingly fun, and pretty. And being on XGP, nearly free. I've been playing the hell out of it.
Khaldun
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Reply #213 on: November 09, 2020, 06:12:15 PM

It's been a relaxing balm lately. Like, I keep landing on planets and going wow this is the same shit I've seen only not, it's really pretty or interesting. I landed on a planet a week ago and immediately made a base because it was a bunch of fauna designs I had never seen before with 50 plus planets under my belt, and they felt coherent/thematic. I found a quiet planet with no weather and the Sentinels are pretty chill and it has resources and ! it's got these towering stone platforms overlooking beautiful lakes. I made a base there right away. I found a ridiculously hard planet with Everest-high mountains falling into lake-filled valleys that had gigantic glowing flora and a fantastic color palette and made exquisite pictures at dawn halfway up a mountain.

I mean, it's really easy to play 15 minutes or four hours. And there's always relevant shit to do.
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