This was also developed in Oak Ridge like the Shelby Cobra electric below and appears to be headed to Knoxville for production, which is a mere 2 hours from where I'm sitting. Road trip may just happen later on! This is a Local Motors project.
Jim goes one-sided in his views upon 'free content' being a service that other gamedevelopers should follow. He doesn't touch on the fact that witheld content being dripfed to the buyer 'for free' isn't free at all. The gamer has bought it already and now has to wait for his game to be content-complete.
I don't really appreciate Win10 much. Even for free I don't want it, which is somewhat of a first for me because I'll try anything once if given for free. (No, that doesn't include scat.) The first time, it crashed spectacularly during install gimping everything and forcing a reinstall. The second time it installed proper, but then videocard resolutions suddenly meant nothing anymore. 1920x1080 suddenly meant that only the upper left quarter of the picture fitted on my monitor, and that games had the weirdest resolution except the ones I expected them to have.
DH raises a few interesting points against the practices of youtubers. A youtuber's work is 100% derivative and in most cases not gracious towards the people they derive their videos from. It's almost a money for nothing deal for a youtuber when you regard the 'new profession' secly.
Well, at least I keep checking in on the site. Nothing much new to note, so will just leave you with this: The sun is setting on another day. It will rise again in a few hours, and the majority of us will return to our places of work. Thankfully it will be Friday and that means the weekend is near. I will wish everyone a great weekend. Game on my friends!