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| How often do you play Bridge Commander a week? |
|0 - 4 Hours a Week||38.8% (281)|
|I don't play Bridge Commander anymore||24.4% (177)|
|4 - 8 Hours a Week||18.6% (135)|
|8 - 16 Hours a Week||8.8% (64)|
|16 - 24 Hours a Week||3.4% (25)|
|168 Hours a Week (i.e. 24 hours a day all week)||3.4% (25)|
|More than 24 Hours in a week||2.3% (17)|
|Start: 01-20-2009 15:37|
|Last: 01-27-2009 16:13|
|#1 - Posted by: vonfrank (Member) on 01-20-2009 at 16:25|
the next poll should be "How often do you mod Bridge Commander a week?"
because i spend more time modding than i do playing :)
|#2 - Posted by: mastercheif17 (Member) on 01-20-2009 at 22:15|
if it wasn't for that memory leak, i would play it more often i just get tired of waiting 3 minutes for it to finally load the main menu. but all in all this game is still the best damn star trek game out there. :)
|#3 - Posted by: kirk2164 (Member) on 01-21-2009 at 07:16|
Almost never, my game is filled with so many betas and half finished ship that I can't play for more than 10 minutes without the game crashing. xD
|#4 - Posted by: Dalekium (Member) on 01-21-2009 at 08:09|
Haven't we already had one like this?
I spend most of my time bodding, spending 3 minutes in BC and change any errors. :D
|#5 - Well - Posted by: TIQHUD (Staff) on 01-21-2009 at 08:44|
techinally Not play , that much Get to test ships and other mod-s:D
|#6 - Posted by: KrrKs (Member) on 01-21-2009 at 09:19|
Well, If modding and debugging counts to playing I'm somewhere at 8hours a week, else maybe 2 or so.
|#7 - Posted by: intercity125 (Member) on 01-22-2009 at 13:38|
I got a 4-8 hours a week, but I spend about 3 extra hours playing with mods, blowing BC up and reinstalling...
Last Reinstall : 2 Weeks ago
Total Reinstalls in past 6 months : 23 :(
|#8 - Posted by: locky (Member) on 01-22-2009 at 14:20|
I stopped playing BC when I bought my widescreen monitor and can't view it wide without it stretching
|#9 - Posted by: windwaker450 (Member) on 01-23-2009 at 06:04|
#8, Actually, there is a way. I believe you have to open options.cfg in the Bridge Commander folder with wordpad or notepad. I think it might be Word that you have to use for this one, for some reason. You can go in and change the resolution manually. It's a bit funky, but it works.
|#10 - top notch - Posted by: cakuzma (Member) on 01-24-2009 at 09:57|
when i bought bc it ran fast on my pc but now with all the mods i have installed it m.o.v.e.s like my computer needs a upgrade (it does but dont have the money for it) so i really stoped playing until i upgrade my pc (but the game still sits on my harddrive waiting to be touched)
|#11 - Posted by: Riddlius (Member) on 01-27-2009 at 15:53|
Sadly, not nearly as much as a year ago, around the release date of KM 1.0. Like many others on here, I am constantly modding the game to make it more like my interpretation of the Star Trek universe. Lately I have been changing around the music and once in a while I like to take on a Borg Cube or fight in the Dominion War type battle. The reality is, however, I have been playing this game now for almost 7 years and I think it will be finally over when the new Star Trek MMO comes out. Need something new!
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