This is weird, I haven't actively posted on the forums here in years! It's even weirder that it's sort of an arbitrary question!
Have they said what will happen with the *final* final episode of Run 2 the Hills where Jan was to play the Born from a Wish side story? I missed when the stream was supposed to be; did it even happen? That whole series has been a favorite of mine since it hit.
A first person adventure/dungeon crawler for the Atari ST. It was sci-fi themed, lots of reds and blacks. You controlled one character -- no party system that I remember. The character you did play was very uniquely designed, but the only thing I recall was lots of red sci-fi looking tubes coming out of them.
When you pressed a movement button a very distinct sort of squishy-cybery sound was made.
I played it around 93-94, but could have been made before that.
@the_ruiner: The Waypoint folks got that same bug a couple of times on a recent stream. Its wild that that made it into the release version!
A few things I've noticed:
A lot of plants and minerals you can scan will have a "scan required" resource as part of them, which once scanned reveals a secondary resource you will get out of mining them from that point forward. How common these are depends on the planet itself, but can lead to finding some otherwise uncommon or rare resource to be very abundant.
New animal behaviors, specifically herding.
Your scanner has some new information in it such your current long/lat on the planet and the local time.
The new terrain generator has created better cave systems that are far more interesting to explore and feel less like two intersecting planes that randomly close off.
There are new ship types and designs that I had not seen before.
Loading old saves can be a little buggy, I've found. Couldn't fly my ship out of the station it placed me on, so tried to desperately get the money together to buy a new one and that fixed it, but cleared my wallet and most of my items to do so. :/
That said, new stuff has been really cool so far.
Might be worth starting new to poke at the new stuff and keep the old one to give it a crapshoot.