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Who holds a grudge the following day?. (likely asking a stupid question).



                                       

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Chazore said:

Who holds a grudge the following day?. (likely asking a stupid question).

Stupid people who take the chertz seriously?

 

I don't really care what happens here ¯\_(ツ)_/¯



JoeTheBro said:

Stupid people who take the chertz seriously?

 

I don't really care what happens here ¯_(ツ)_/¯

That's a good deal of folk who come here for them serious sales numbers =P.

Moderation tells me that the seriousness is alive and well with a lot on here.



                                       

Hm.. I suppose this game will look pretty good in 4k? I'm still on the fence of buying it :/



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Planet sizes!!!!!

Cause I'm too hyped to do anything productive

92 thousand Ks diameter

 

185 thousand Ks

 

19 thousand Ks

 

250 thousand

 

Ks 143 thousand first picture, 134 thousand second picture. Only planet I found multiple pictures of, so it does a good job of showing the results are decent but far from perfect.

167 thousand Ks

 

232 thousand Ks

 

106 thousand Ks

 

The largest planet I found a picture of is "Paradise" at 250 thousand Ks. If one Ks equals 50 meters, then that would make it the size of Earth.



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Hey Joe, do we have an answer if planets rotate?



Peh said:
Hm.. I suppose this game will look pretty good in 4k? I'm still on the fence of buying it :/

Possibly, though the textures look a bit iffy in some areas, 4k won't really do much for areas with low res textures, though it will cancel out the game's TAA AA option and make the game much more sharper.

I'm on the fence for the price and how it's going to perform on PC. If it works really well on PC then I'll be waiting for a price cut. 



                                       

SWORDF1SH said:
Hey Joe, do we have an answer if planets rotate?

Well the patch made the stars move, but now it's even more confusing.

 

On Earth/a real planet, technically the stars+sun+moon+planets are stationary during the night. Instead it's just Earth spinning which makes it look like everything else is moving.

 

Well in NMS with the new patch, the stars move during night. But they appear to move at a different rate than the sun. And moons/planets don't move or else they move really slow. So it confirms they are faking it and my idea with the Sun "orbiting" the planets is true.

 

It's still possible the planets ALSO rotate, but we'd need a timelapse from a planet surface looking up at another planet/station to know for sure.








 

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Any other link that works?? Still can't watch the video >;(