A recently-released Star Citizen video demonstrates the game’s upcoming procedurally-generated planet system by zooming out from the pupil of a pilot all the way into space.
Fans of Chris Roberts’ space everything simulator get their first significant slice of gameplay with the launch of Star Citizen alpha 2.0, which should push the world’s most crowdfunded anything past the $100 million mark.
A space senate speech by a virtual Gary Oldman establishes the tone of Star Citizen’s Squadron 42 single-player story mode, featuring the voices of Mark Hamil, Andy Serkis, Gillian Anderson and many, many more.
One day I’ll get a chance to play Star Citizen proper. Until then, the newly-released browser game Hyper Vanguard Force IV will have to do.
While we're still waiting to see how Star Citizen turns out as a whole, Chris Roberts and crew continue to prance out impressive bits of the ambitious crowd-funded space sim, like this lovely video of bits being blown off spaceships.
At this weekend's PAX Australia in Melbourne, fans got a first look at the first-person shooter module for Cloud Imperium's Star Citizen in action. I think I'm going to be sick.
Lots of people who are eagerly anticipating Star Citizen are already messing about inside the currently playable slices of the hotly anticipated next game from the creator of Wing Commander. But other people are not. If you're one of the latter, then take a look at the game in action.
It stands to reason that if the world of Chris Roberts' ambitious crowd-funded space sim Star Citizen has television commercials for new starships, it would likely have its own space-themed version of Top Gear as well. Here's what that looks like.
Every time I think Chris Roberts' gorgeous crowdfunded space sim couldn't possibly get any better, the folks at Roberts Space Industries release teaser videos for things like spaceship racing and first-person shooter modules.
The commercial for Star Citizen's MISC Freelancer may be fake, but the desire to buy is quite real, thanks to the reassuringly gravelly narration of Aliens actor Lance Henriksen.
Having had little to do for months but walk around their hangars, backers of Star Citizen are finally getting their hands on some dogfighting with the rollout of the game's Arena Commander simulation mode.
Did you enjoy the look at Chris Roberts' space combat sim Star Citizen in action from PAX East last weekend? Here's all of that, plus so much more.
A massive number of space sim fans have generated nearly $34 million in crowdfunding for Chris Roberts' Star Citizen. Now they're all just milling about, waiting for the game to be finished. Soon they'll be able to mill about in large groups, thanks to the impending launch of the game's Organization System.
When you're behind the game that's broken all sorts of records for crowd-funding—$27,689,361 and counting—you can do what you want when it comes to the hardware that said title will show up on. Cloud Imperium founder Chris Roberts says that Star Citizen "will NEVER be dumbed down for a lesser platform." And yeah, by…
It's not the most luxurious ride in the universe, but then it's not trying to be. Roberts Space Industries doesn't want the 2944 Aurora to be the best ship — just your ship. I don't know about you, but I'm sold.
There's something fantastic about owning your own ship in a video game. From Final Fantasy to Mass Effect, whenever they're given the chance to not just travel the world but explore the vehicle that gets them there, a surprisingly strong bond is formed between player and ship.
Chris Roberts want his next game universe to be big. You get a better sense of the scale that the Wing Commander creator is going for in the longer version of the trailer that ran this morning. This edit shows off a bit more of the ships and dogfights in the Squadron 42 slice of the Star Citizen gameworld. It…