Guard Frequency Episode 180 | Harrison Ford Eats at Buca Di Beppo

Greetings Citizens and Civilians, you’re tuned to episode 180 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on August 11th 2017 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, August 15th 2017 at

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In this week’s Squawk Box, we talk about the next Space Race! Next, we see what news from your favourite space sims has landed as we cover:

Finally, we tune into the very large Feedback Loop and let you join in on the conversation.

This Week’s Community Questions

  • SC: What do you think of the progress with the MobiGlas in Star Citizen? Are you excited about the news on player-generated missions?
  • E:D: Anybody want to chaperone Geoff at the Seattle Frontier shindig? Who’s on the edge of their seat for LASER COPS 3, THE ENLASERING? DO you want in on preproduction of our new machinima series, pew pew police?

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2 responses to “Guard Frequency Episode 180 | Harrison Ford Eats at Buca Di Beppo”

  1. seannewboy Avatar

    Wonderful show everyone. Mobiglas will be the cats pajamas.

  2. G. Disklos Avatar
    G. Disklos

    Ha, you read my comment!

    I’m happy to report that I’m solidly a skeptic on the wheel, not a believer. I think the way Star Citizen is progressing (or more often, failing to) tells a strange and sad story, but not a new one: it’s a project that’s choking on scope creep, poor direction, enormous technical challenges, and a focus on marketing-ready visuals over actual game design.

    They’ve got a long, hard road ahead of them, and I don’t think getting all the things they’ve promised is even a remote possibility. It’s possible that they might eventually find a way to hammer Star Citizen (or the perpetually-MIA Squadron 42) into something less ambitious but genuinely fun, but that very much remains to be seen.

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