Posts Tagged David Braben


Elite: Dangerous alpha 3.0 out, video shows off docking

Frontier Developments have released alpha 3.0 of Elite: Dangerous to those who backed at an alpha level, and this alpha build is actually starting to shape the game up a bit.

By Tim McDonald | 14 Mar 2014 | 1

Braben explains Elite Dangerous roles in new gameplay video

The latest update from the Frontier Developments team and David Braben for Elite Dangerous takes a look at roles in the upcoming space title.

By Paul Younger | 13 Dec 2012 | Comments Off

How the Elite: Dangerous galaxy evolves over time

In his latest Kickstarter video update, David Braben explains how the Elite: Dangerous galaxy will evolve over time.

By Paul Younger | 1 Dec 2012 | Comments Off

David Braben: Publisher model prevented development of new Elite

One of the questions that has repeatedly been asked about Frontier Developments’ return to Elite with the Kickstarter for Elite: Dangerous is why it has taken so long for the company to work on a new title in the series.

By Peter Parrish | 26 Nov 2012 | 4

Braben talks Elite: Dangerous Procedural Generation in new video

David Braben has released a new video in which he explains how Prodedural Generation in Elite actually works.

By Paul Younger | 18 Nov 2012 | Comments Off

IncGamers Podcast/Vidcast #90

In this week’s edition of the IncGamers Podcast, the team puts their panhandling talents to good use in an effort to drum up enough spare change to see THQ through the week.

By Peter Parrish | 8 Nov 2012 | 2

Braben launches Kickstater for Elite: Dangerous – March 2014 release planned

David Braben and Frontier Developments are aiming to bring the classic Elite franchise back to life with Elite: Dangerous, a new game that will push the limits of modern computers like the first games did back in the 1980’s
Braben is looking for £1,250,000 in funding through Kickstarter for what he states will be “an amazing space epic with stunning visuals, incredible gameplay and breath-taking scope”.

By Paul Younger | 6 Nov 2012 | Comments Off