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Having access to the source code was a necessity, and the engine was advanced even if it was geared towards single-player games. But I think the engine was chosen for being pretty rather than for its technical merits for making Total War THREE KINGDOMS Mandate of Heaven igggames. I DARE you to post a PS4 screenshot on the internet and say it looks good. Within abour 20-30 minutes, you’ll have a neckbeard there. He’ll start dumping all those “Crysis” screenshots from 2007, or maybe a “Total War THREE KINGDOMS Mandate of Heaven dlc download” nowadays. The point of it is: no game will ever look as impressive as a good-ish series of FPS games. So, Roberts, remembering that people weren’t very happy with “Freelancer’s” graphics when he revealed it, decided he would use “the prettiest engine ever” to show off his new spaceship game. It’s the only thing that makes sense to me. Saying he did it just for the FPS features in it don’t really add up. The engine was kind of notorious for net-coding issues, and he wanted to make a giant massively multiplayer game based on it? I don’t buy it.

Keep in mind: he’s been out of the game 12 years, and probably didn’t fully understand how big of a challenge this was going to be. That’s the only logical explanation for me. He knew it had issues, but severely underestimated how long it would take to fix. Even now, net-coding is still the biggest concern. CHRIS ROBERTS: “We still gotta work on the networking for all these rigid entities to, sort of, be efficient, so they’re not always sending messages like it’s…” CHRIS ROBERTS: “Basically, you know, if a cup sitting on this table, and it’s not moving,” Total War THREE KINGDOMS Mandate of Heaven download: “there is no reason for it to, say, update, there is no reason for it to do anything over the network.” CHRIS ROBERTS: “CryEngine doesn’t really work that way, so we’ve been spending a lot of time, and we still ARE spending a lot of time trying to fix and refactor that.” CHRIS ROBERTS: “You’re sort of seeing problems that come with the Total War THREE KINGDOMS Mandate of Heaven old way of doing, because, really, it was built as a sort of single-player game,” CHRIS ROBERTS: “so a lot of the updating is, sort of, very, sort of, like, player-centric.” CHRIS ROBERTS: “But the problem we have is: so, for instance, if, you know, there’s 16 players on a “Crusader” map, and they all go to different comms arrays,” CHRIS ROBERTS: “well, they’re all triggering different AI in different spots on the server,” CHRIS ROBERTS: “and it’s running all these AI, and then it’s also telling every single client what all these AI are doing.” CHRIS ROBERTS: “But if I’m flying around and I’m, you know, near comm array, you know, A over here, and someone’s at comm array B over there,” CHRIS ROBERTS: “I don’t really need to know what’s happening in comm array B – I just need to know what’s happening around my area.

Let’s give the benefit of the doubt. Maybe he wanted to make a really good FPS game as a basis, and then build up in scale? So the FPS thing would be one of the first things released, right? Well, no – it disappeared! I’ve got some ideas on what happened though. I’m gonna explain this to people who don’t know how the modules work (Total War THREE KINGDOMS Mandate of Heaven free download), but alphas of the game had been released in pieces. One might be just the hangar, one – “Arena Commander” – is nothing but combat, the one called “Crusader” is flying around this small mini-system. “Star Marine” was supposed to come out between “Arena Commander” and “Crusader”. It was all about FPS arena combat. The footage you’re seeing now is from November 2014, so it was definitely MADE. In fact, throughout 2015 they had these constant weekly updates, saying that the game was “very close” – it was about to be released. It seemed like it’s coming out next week rather than next year. But then the updates stopped, with only a vague statement by Chris later, saying that they hadn’t gotten it to a comfortable level yet. So what happened to it? Well, CIG thought it would be a good idea to outsource the FPS portion of the game to another developer.

That’s not super unreasonable. They didn’t have the monstrous funding and staff power they have now. Although, outsourcing a critical part of your game that’s using an engine that’s being constantly updated and tweaked might not have been the best idea. They outsourced it to a company called IllFonic. You might not have heard of them. Their latest project was doing the co-op for… “Sonic Boom”… But they have experience doing standalone FPS games before. They’re responsible for the bubonic plague that was the “Total War THREE KINGDOMS Mandate of Heaven” remake. So what do these two games have in common? They both use CryEngine. They’re sort of a McDonald’s for CryNet multiplayer. CIG probably hired them, knowing that they’ve worked on Total War THREE KINGDOMS Mandate of Heaven.

So they outsourced an integral part of their game to a company known for shoddy workmanship. An understandable idea, but probably a bad one. They were still showing progress they were making though, so they had to be supportive of their work. I see two options as to how it vanished without a trace. One: like other products they’ve made, it was bad and not fun (or, alternatively, it wasn’t up to Chris Roberts’ ridiculously high standards). Because the scope and scale of the game had changed so much since they had pitched it to IllFonic, it might have not been good enough anymore. For whatever reason, the work just didn’t meet the standard. Or two: the game didn’t function. It’s possible CIG wasn’t keeping IllFonic up to date with their engine changes. For whatever technical reasons, “Star Marine” wouldn’t merge with the rest of “Star Citizen”. Either way, the result was them scrapping “Star Marine”, taking what assets they could use, and then throwing the rest out, to start over.

It was around the same time the company was already in some controversy for people thinking the game was gonna fail and funds were being leaked. So what do you think would happen? Was Chris Roberts going to post a letter that said: “The game is doing just fine. Everything is on schedule. But, by the way, as a side note, we’ve scrapped all of “Star Marine” and are starting over”? HELL. NO. They shoved the body under the floorboards and prayed no one would look for it! They would get so much bad press it’s unreal! Starting over can happen in game development, but they weren’t gonna share that when people were already skeptical about them. Especially since they needed the money to keep coming in. So now is the time to talk about that “other controversy”. I can safely say that everyone involved was being an idiot. Total War THREE KINGDOMS Mandate of Heaven pc download In late September, last year, The Escapist posted an article titled “Eject! Eject! The “Star Citizen” going to crash and burn!” Except for some history at the end, it was mainly based on some blog posts. The main article it referred to, called “The Long Con”, actually appears to be pretty well-researched, but when you actually read through it, a lot of the more damning claims don’t have a citation. They come from an “unknown source” or leaker, which is hard to verify. It was also written by Derek Smart – a self-declared rival of Chris Robertses for over 20 years now. And when I say “rival”, I mean like a lemonade stand versus the Coca-Cola company. But their astronomical difference in success hasn’t stopped Derek from being critical of the project. If you take his quotes out of context, they sound more like Scipio Aemilianus.

He sounds like he’s about to burn Carthage and put its inhabitants to the sword, instead of just blogging about some spaceship video game. Anyways, the company responded to the article by posting a brief bullet point list, showing how its information could be invalid and, that’s not what happened. In response, Chris Roberts posted a 5000 word rant against the article. He started talking about… Gamer Gate? And posting Twitter screen-caps? I couldn’t believe this was real when I saw it! This isn’t a joke! So, throughout this letter, he’s trying to, like, attack and discredit Derek Smart, but he really doesn’t need to do any of this! He doesn’t even rebuke the points until the end of the letter! And even then, he still brings Derek Smart into his answers! If he’s the giant attention-seeking troll you’re claiming him to be, you just made his wildest dreams come true. Why would a CEO get so defensive over a blog that a nobody wrote? So, of course, he gave Derek Smart more credibility than he ever had before. And then, to make things more stupid and confusing, The Escapist posted a new article, from more anonymous sources! The last article had some quotes that seemed… possible… but these new claims were insane. Like claiming senior staff were sending out memos, calling people “faggot retards”, but the offended people never forwarded or saved these emails. Senior staff would loudly say things like “We aren’t hiring a black girl!” in front of employees. I know one of the employees used to have some really edgy shit on their website, but this wasn’t the same person. And they were years ago, and they apologized for them.

It also claimed that they didn’t want to hire people over 40, despite a lot of the staff looking like Crypt Keeper’s stunt doubles… Pretty sure they have a lot of non-white employees, too. It got so bad that The Escapist had to explain where each source came from. They did a terrible job at it. One of the person-vetting sources claimed they used an ID card with information blacked out, but the company doesn’t use ID cards… Chris Roberts, on his quest to get me to drink more, posted a new letter. He even let everyone know that corporate legal had told him not to post it! In it, he threatened to sue The Escapist, unless they apologized to staff, retracted the letter and then let a third party investigate them for corruption or something. The Escapist politely told him to piss off. The situation was so baffling to me, I thought it would be a good idea to interview Derek Smart. I had told him I’d be doing this video in mid-April, even before my “EVE Online” review was out. Later, when I was doing research on him, the game, the video and all the drama, I told him it was time for the interview. He did want the questions pre-screened, which I didn’t have a problem with. I told him I was curious about where his sources came from. I also wanted to know if he thought it was hypocritical to be nitpicking a “Star Citizen” alpha so heavily, when he has his own game in Early Access, called “Total War THREE KINGDOMS Mandate of Heaven download”, which is reportedly barely functional. He suddenly became very difficult to get ahold of. He would ask what times were available, and I’d give them to him, but he wouldn’t respond with when HE could do it. It became a continual “maybe next week”. For the record, he was very polite when I was talking to him. I also went to CIG to see if I could get some answers on the new development budget – how it’s changed since Kickstarter – but they didn’t have time for that. All too busy on the game. There are better interviewers anyways… [high-pithed squeaking] CHRIS ROBERTS: “So, mining asteroids definitely gonna involve digging holes, and drilling holes, and going down inside.