Guard Frequency Episode 258 | Cockpits Without Canopies

Cits and Civs, Captains and Commanders, you’re tuned to episode 258 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on April 26, 2019 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at

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  • Flight Deck: Star Citizen and Elite Dangerous
  • The news from the deep black with Spencer McDunn on Galactic Public Radio
  • CMDR KineticImpulser gets you the 411 on Sierra Hotel in Nuggets for Nuggets
  • We continue our audio adventure, Guard Frequency Origins, now one screw up away from flying fake rubber dog shit out of Hong Kong.
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3 responses to “Guard Frequency Episode 258 | Cockpits Without Canopies”

  1. seannewboy Avatar

    If AAA had given out roadmaps like CI, they would not have lasted one year.

    Entertaining as always everyone.

  2. Pringle Avatar


    Please explain how ‘the star’ of this article –

    can be a credible source of advice to a company that has actually released video games, this century.

    Or, explain why people continue to believe in him?

    Your choice.


    PS – Is that the Smart Phone I hear ringing in the library?

  3. Wavy Lays 1 through 7 (aka Sweet Spot) Avatar
    Wavy Lays 1 through 7 (aka Sweet Spot)

    Oh yeah,

    According to ObsidianAnt (read straight up fella and credible source), the Forbes article is researched and written by credible Forbes staff, not click bait farming freelancers. Like it or not, the article is arguably fair.

    Because Chris Roberts has consistently failed to meet and or fully account for missed deadlines his performance history has became a fair topic for rigorous explication.

    Michael Jordan was a great basketball player. Though he was able to adapt to changes in the game better than most other players, the younger hungrier pack eventually caught and surpassed him. MJ can’t be competitive in and finish games played at current levels of skill and or within current strategic frameworks. The game has evolved past him.

    Chris Roberts was an accomplished game developer 20 years ago. Game development too has evolved since then. Chris successfully finished some mediocre movies before that industry expelled him. Roberts is not and may never have been a strong finisher. The problem with marching to the beat of your own drum is if no one follows, you are just another idiot with a drum alone on a deserted field.

    Wake up citizens! You can’t believe hard enough to get blood out of a turnip or a finished Star Citizen game out of Chris Roberts. Regime change now!


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