Chris Roberts' Star Citizen is continuing its crowd funding flight and doesn't show any sign of landing yet, as it just surpassed the mind boggling amount of $18,000,000 in pledges and now holds $18,158,473 in its large
Star Citizen backers have been waiting for quite a while to be able to walk around and inside their beloved spaceships, and finally they can, as Cloud Imperium Games just released the game's Hangar Module.
When I interviewed Chris Roberts this Thursday (you'll soon be able to check out the interview on DualShockers) I told him I believed that Star Citizen would overtake the $16,000,000 stretch goal within the weekend. Roberts himself
Do you like to spend hours looking at the statistics of shiny star fighters and corvettes (if you are an EVE Online player the answer is probably yes)? Then Star Citizen has some new interactive porn for
Cloud Imperium Games released today a new and lovely piece of Star Citizen artwork (that you can see above) featuring the sky structures of Crusader, the fourth planet of the Stanton system.
In Star Citizen we're going to spend a lot of time in our hangar, tinkering with our starships and tweaking their performance. It's not surprising that the good folks at Cloud Imperium Games are pulling all the
Star Citizen is shaping up nicely, and Chris Roberts' Cloud Imperium Games continues to impress by sharing lovely renders of the ships and assets that we'll get to see in the game.
Cloud Imperium Games just released two beautiful pieces of artwork of Star Citizen, showing the capital of planet Terra, Terra Prime.
Cloud Imperium Games just introduced the newest spaceship class that will appear in the upcoming online space combat simulator Star Citizen: the Origin 300 Series. The best thing is that they've introduced it in style.
The development of Star Citizen is going smoothly, with the 10 million dollars goal reached and vastly overtaken, Cloud Imperium Games is continuing to create the universe we'll be able to fly in next year.
While E3 is in full swing, the people at Cloud Imperium Games are probably celebrating, as Star Citizen just passed the ten million dollars mark in its ongoing crowd funding campaign.
If there's one thing that gets the blood of Star Citizen's fans pumping is a brochure for their favorite starship. It's not surprising, considering how good they are.
Have you ever wondered how video game artists create and animate their characters? They use a lot of reference shots in basically every position reachable by the human body. Some devs purchase those materials, while other shoot
Today the folks at Cloud Imperium Games are celebrating another great success for Star Citizen, as the game reached and surpassed the nine million dollars in pledges. That's an enormous achievement for a crowd funded game, and
One of the best things about Star Citizen (at least until we'll get to play the game) is the astonishing amount of detail Cloud Imperium Games puts in their promotional material, that has its climax in the