Eve Online (Proteus) Gameplay – Rumble With Few Level 2 Security Missions

In this episode, I’m flying a Gila and doing some level 2 security missions in Eve Online (Proteus expansion).  Enjoy!!!

What About Elite: Dangerous?

Are you a fan of space video games?  Although video games that involves space are conveniently categorized into a space video game genre, but you can always break the space video game genre down much further.  For an example, there is space combat simulation genre.  Anyhow, people who are familiar with space video games probably have heard of Eve Online (PC) video game by now, and these folks usually use Eve Online video game as a sort of benchmark for space video games that will come out.  I’ve already seen people are comparing Eve Online against a latest iteration of Elite space video game known as Elite: Dangerous.  Nonetheless, Elite: Dangerous does not go by subscription payment structure and is still in beta.

Basically, Elite: Dangerous does have many gameplay elements that are similar to Eve Online, but in a way it’s more hands-on than Eve Online since gamers do have the ability to steer spaceships manually when playing Elite: Dangerous.  Elite: Dangerous’s Beta is available for anyone right now, but you have to pay $75 or so to get to participate in Elite: Dangerous beta.  Obviously, once you’ve purchased the beta, you basically own the future Elite: Dangerous’s official game release.  Nonetheless, the developers of Elite: Dangerous video game intend to charge you for future downloadable contents, but of course you can play the game without updating it and incur no further charges.

By the way, Elite: Dangerous does have multiplayer element, and so depending on how you want to play Elite: Dangerous, you can always get into a dogfight against another human gamer.  Check out the trailer for Elite: Dangerous right after the break.  Enjoy!!!

Get A Glimpse Of “Star Citizen” Spaceship Potential

“X-Rebirth” will definitely bring the space video game with trading element genre to the next level, but it’s not the only space video game I’m eager to get my hand on.  How about Star Citizen?  According to Wikipedia’s “Star Citizen,” final release of “Star Citizen” will be in late 2015, but in between then and December of 2013 parts of this game will be released in modular approach so the mass can begin to be acquainted with the game.  Obviously, you never know if the date will be sticky to its schedule or not, because developing a game isn’t exactly that simple, right?  Anyhow, for now you can check out the video right after the break to see a clip of “Star Citizen” potential in action.

Afterthought:  Although I’m eager to see how “Star Citizen” will turn out eventually, but I don’t have enough confidence about “Star Citizen” as “X-Rebirth” just yet since too many things about “Star Citizen” have yet to be revealed.  Before I know more about “Star Citizen”, I can’t really say that I’m really for it.  On the other hand, I have a general idea how “X-Rebirth” might be since I have played a little bit of “X3:  Terran Conflict” video game.  “X3:  Terran Conflict” isn’t a game by itself as it’s belonging to the X series video games.

Source:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Citizen (link)

X Rebirth Trading And Mining Explanation

zero g space combat

zero g space combat (Photo credit: Johnson Cameraface)

I’m so exciting to see that X Rebirth is about to be released this year.  This game is on my must have list.  Obviously, this game will be available on Steam.  Anyhow, check out another clip of this game which explains about trading and mining in X Rebirth world right after the break.  Enjoy!!!