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Mining Zero Class Planets.. - 11/21/2013 5:54:41 PM   
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Oh, wait...damn...wrong forum...(doh)..

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RE: Mining Zero Class Planets.. - 11/22/2013 7:40:02 AM   
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LOL

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RE: Mining Zero Class Planets.. - 11/22/2013 3:08:43 PM   
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+1 for honesty

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RE: Mining Zero Class Planets.. - 11/22/2013 4:33:32 PM   
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Honestly I love Distant Worlds and always will. I am also a very faithful Gal Civ Fan and I am pretty much overloaded on excitement that Brad is finally going to work on the next incarnation. I think both games are at the top when it comes to space (4x) games.

DW will continue to get my money and I know that it has great folks behind it and lets face it, all independent game companies need our support. I want Matrix and co to continue to release great games.

Where is my damn update?

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RE: Mining Zero Class Planets.. - 11/24/2013 9:50:57 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Larsenex

Honestly I love Distant Worlds and always will. I am also a very faithful Gal Civ Fan and I am pretty much overloaded on excitement that Brad is finally going to work on the next incarnation. I think both games are at the top when it comes to space (4x) games.

DW will continue to get my money and I know that it has great folks behind it and lets face it, all independent game companies need our support. I want Matrix and co to continue to release great games.

Where is my damn update?

Completely agree.

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ORIGINAL: Frogboy
One of the biggest changes you'll see in the AI is data mining. Simply put, player ship designs and tactics are going to be stored on the cloud so that the AI can do data mining on it. I don't plan to actually design the ships this time around but instead look at the stats of the global player force and pick from that.

So the top Drengin player won't be the hard coded AI player I put in but more like the top rated human player.


The proof will be in the pudding ... but This. A million times This! Both there and here for DW2.

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RE: Mining Zero Class Planets.. - 11/24/2013 3:58:47 PM   
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Nothing to be ashamed of. As you all know, I am a big fan of DW, but it's not the only game I play. I still fire up MoO on occasion and play.

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