Guard Frequency Episode 262 | Outer Worlds Gone Wild

Cits and Civs, Captains and Commanders, you’re tuned to episode 262 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on May 28, 2019 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, June 3, 2019 at

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  • Flight Deck
  • The news from the deep black with Spencer McDunn on Galactic Public Radio.
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Community Question

  • Want us to cover any of the shows we talked about in flight deck, like Between the Stars, Outer Wilds Outer Worlds, Starbase, etc.?
  • Are our 600 thread count sheets classy enough for you? Or do only peasants sleep on anything less than 1800?

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3 responses to “Guard Frequency Episode 262 | Outer Worlds Gone Wild”

  1. seannewboy Avatar

    Wonderful show everyone.

    All of the games you mentioned.

  2. Nimmo Avatar

    Hey, just want to throw out there that this much mentioned cheat tool isn’t the only way to update your HUD colours.

    There’s a profile tool created by Dr Kaii called ED Profiler ( and can also be used to update your HUD colours without needing to run software from a potentially questionable source.

    Otherwise, your show is, as always, a good listen.

  3. Ken from Chicago Avatar
    Ken from Chicago

    Community Question #1: Yes, those games sound like fun to play while ELITE DANGEROUS and STAR CITIZEN continue development towards their absolutely guaranteed 2020 releases. This time for sure!

    Community Question #2: Who the frell wastes time counting the threads in their bedsheets? Your life is seriously messed up if it’s come to that.

    General feedback:

    Wow, so much reversal fortune.

    #HenryWasWrong in guessing I had resorted to base flattery to get my whole comment read. True or false? Aren’t the few times Tony was right entertaining? Aren’t the many times Tony was wrong also entertaining? Does the show not have awesome co-hosts with unique perspectives? Isn’t the reason the show is so good due in large part of the interactions of the hosts, the ocassional guest and the audience? Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I submit to you that it is mere flattery if it is NOT true. What I stated was etched in stone truth. The defense rests!

    #BrianWasWrong in categorizing new items in the STAR CITIZEN cash shop as only cosmetic. Only after cross-examination by Tony Hunter, Esquire, did Brian confess they weren’t quite all only cosmetic–thus #TonyWasRight.

    #GeoffWasRight as usual, because he’s cool like that.

    Speaking of reversal of fortunes and “almost only cosmetic items”, why? Why would you do this, CIG? You had a pretty good run there. Most of the players rejected the smear piece done by FORBES, the space bike has mostly positive reviews, Tony (who has been critical of CIG’s management and their handling of legal issues) sided against their opponent in The Lawsuit, 3.5.1 finally released.

    So why add boosts aka “almost only cosmetic items” to the cash shop–before making them available with in-game currency? It’s the exact kind of thing folks grasp at to reignite the P2W embers. Yet another CIG unforced error (because “self own” will never be a thing here in the States, Tony, stop it, just stop). At least it’s not as bad is paystreams. Also, the Origin free fly celebration is cool.

    — Ken from Chicago

    P.S. Dig That 32 posted a great video explaining Star Citizen for Elite Dangerous players–but it’s also a great explanation of ED for SC players. Check it out:

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