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William Eastman
Worked at Vitera Healthcare Solutions
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Lives in Spring Hill, FL
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You definitely have some good points here. I've purchased a number of EA games in the past year and have been disappointed with a few. On the other hand you occasionally find a gem like Space Engineers. I bought SE when the only thing you could do was build ships and crash them into one-another or asteroids and I still enjoy playing it. I've put in 500+ hours now playing a game that I bought for $15. Talk about my money's worth! To be honest I'm getting a little burned out on EA games, but I like the idea of being able to support the kind of games that I want to play but that big publishers don't think they will make enough money from. Power to the people!
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I enjoy the survuval material more than the scripted stuff. Keep it coming. I'd also love to see more of your creative efforts.
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You totally have to include a self-destruct option. That would be awesome.
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Sandi mentioned the "Choose Your Own Adventure" books. I think I'm in love.
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Queuing 100 is Shift+Right-click, I believe.
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I'm very impressed with your work. The proliferation of indie development is allowing for some extremely interesting ideas to reach consumers. Specifically it is a great time to be a sci-fi fan with so many projects expanding the genre. I'm closely watching (and supporting) several of the more intriguing projects, including yours. I can't wait to get together with my friends to crew a ship and explore alien planets and abandoned space stations. I also love the touch of humor you're building into the universe with elements like The Fluffy Biscuit Company. One question I have is with the quality of graphics content. I noticed that assets in the game are relatively low-poly. Is this just due to the early development stage or do you intend for this to be the way the final game looks? Please don't take this as a criticism. I feel that there is a place for both high-poly and lower-poly count games, and Pulsar looks good the way it is.
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+CATman4L I agree, actually. The graphics in Pulsar fall into a sweet spot, in my opinion. They are high enough quality to be attractive without stealing attention from story or game- play.
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Looks like a fun game.
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Bug fixes twice a week would be great. I'm currently paying for a hosted server that my friends and I cannot use very well now because last week's update caused it to repeatedly crash on us. I didn't see anything in this week's bug fixes that addresses multiplayer games crashing so I'm not sure it was fixed.
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Interesting discussion. I backed Star Citizen about six months ago and have been watching it on-and-off. I played the Dog Fighting Module a bit but am mostly waiting for the single-player campaign and universe exploration aspect. Speaking of that, you mentioned that SC would have far fewer star systems than Elite: Dangerous, but they have planned to expand that in the future as players explore the persistent universe and push the boundaries of known space.

Elite: Dangerous is on my radar as well. I purchased the pre-order last week and look forward to playing when it comes out in a few months. From what I've read and seen on YouTube, both games are going to be a lot of fun and I would hesitate to say either was better than the other. I just plan to enjoy both!
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Two other games I have been watching are Flagship and Pulsar: the Lost Colony. The former appeals to the megalomaniac in me while the latter seems like a great game to play with friends. If you're not familiar with them I recommend you take a look.
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I enjoyed hearing your design methodology and seeing you build. It gives me ideas on how to improve my own creations.
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The only thing preventing a five-star review was the 45-minute wait. My 18oz bone-in ribeye was delivered rare, as I ordered it, and quite delicious. The waitress was attentive and friendly despite being very busy. I will definitely be back.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Nice homey breakfast place. Good food, decent prices, pleasant staff. Cash only policy was a little surprising, especially when the Bank of America ATM nearby charges $3 fees for non customers (ouch), but I can understand not wanting to be robbed by credit card processing fees. As long as you plan ahead this isn't a real con.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've been a semi-regular patron of various Miller's Ale House locations for many years now. My favorite is the Brandon location, where I frequented when I lived and worked in that area. Now that I live in St Pete, I eat at this one 2-3 times per month. The food is generally exceptional and a good value. My favorites are the zingers (breaded chicken strips thrown in a large variety of sauces, all of which are exceptionally tasty) and Captain Jack's Buried Treasure, possibly the greatest dessert ever made. The wait staff varies but is generally pleasant and competent.
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I've eaten Gigi's food thrice now, though only once was dine-in. The food that I've tried so far is delicious. So far I've had pizza, Caesar salad, and garlic bread (very garlicy). The dine-in experience was enjoyable, with a richly elegant decor and relaxing atmosphere. Prices are a little high, but understandable for a nice place with high-quality food.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Fast and friendly service with good prices. I paid less in total than the quote I received other places for labor only. Terry also asked to perform a follow-up check to make sure the serpentine belt he replaced was not damaged by a chronic condition. All in all a positive experience and I will use them again.
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