Yeah, I still love Star Trek though, I've always thought the "rivalry" between the two was silly haha.
Tbh, I think a number of others in both camps agree, and just keep it up for tradition/show/etc. :)
I do understand that there are some valid criticisms of Discovery, for sure, but I also think old school fans were relatively bitter because it tried new stuff which is frustrating because it's a fantastic show overall.
I think some, for example, disliked the propaganda/pandering injected into the show by it's makers.....not gonna get into that here(it's party time, after all :)), but my guess is: if not for that, I am guessing a good number more might've actually liked/enjoyed the show.
Me? If it's good, I usually try to play/watch(with a few exceptions, of course).
I've heard of Deliver Us the Moon but haven't played it, I'll check it out, thanks!
Yeah, it has a few flaws, but imo it's a very nice(if a bit short) "exploration sim"....involving space travel/the moon.
Awesome! I'd absolutely love to have Elex if it's still available!
*GR checks a list* "Hmm, says here it is indeed available. Now to send it."
*GR looks around, and notes that his pet spiderlings have gone off somewhere....again, so he looks around and eventually finds an alternative* "Send the phone spiders!"
(no worries, i've tamed them.....I think)
The way I understand it it's really meant for those vast empty stretches of space between stars, where there is very little else to bother even with huge magnetic fields. I suppose they would have to turn it off when near others, e.g. for docking and so on. And I assume they'd also have to control it so it does not affect instruments inside the ship itself.
That makes sense....wouldn't want a scenario like the one in Halo 2(or 3? where the one ship shocks out while near a city), after all.
Don't mind if I do, thank you. (Settles in)
*GR lifts his glass, then sets it on a nearby table before doing a dance to some hidden tune no one else seems to be able to hear*