I got a new computer a few months ago at a nice price: 24800 NT (divide by 30 for approximate value in USD). Affectionately, I named her (yes, her) Jane Seymour, in honor of Henry the VIII's wife (which I will be writing a report on for World History), and because she is my third computer as Jane was Henry's third wife. (I only hope that she does not die in labor)
So, now that I have a new
In short, hardware limitations are nil. The only concern I have is that Windows 7 has an issue with large parks (which will inexplicably crash the game), but I don't think I have the time to be that epic yet. And so, with hardware limitations out the window, I can now happily build to my heart's content.
The sudden removal of all hardware limitations (for now) means that I can now create landscapes in much higher detail than before. For example, I renovated Xinchu Milepost 06.
With Anne Boleyn (my previous
How about this for an hor-d'œuvre?
Makes a big difference, huh? More debut pics. Let's say I'm tired of hijacking the Best Pics Thread.
Yes, I know. I'm being very taxing on your internet connection with all these HD pictures. You should be thankful that TC-Industries does not permit me to showcase videos. Anyways, I'm being generous with pictures today because this is the debut post for the Aussette High Speed Rail Project.
Little word play, huh?
(Au-sett-ee = RCT?)
Anyways, consider COASTER-net lucky and unlucky at the same time. We are preparing a year-long advertising campaign on SGW and Atari which will involve several music videos and a twenty-part novella, written by me. The downside is, because COASTER-net.com is a small website, I do not think that saturating this place with that kind of attention is needed (At Atari and SGW, it is hard to stay in the spotlight, if you can get any light at all). I will, however, be nice enough to post the links to the short story:
EDIT: Official RCT-HSR Thread (Story Arc 2) is up!
EDIT: I will post the MVs here when they are done.
You may notice that I am not the poster. This is because the novella is divided into several different narratives, each having their own unique perspective, which is another reason why I have decided against posting the story here.
However, you guys are luckier than you guys can imagine. Why? Virtually no one is aware of our endeavor. Save the moderating teams (whom we notified to obtain permission to essentially make four different threads for the same project), no one has any idea of what we are doing. Even the moderators have never seen the full version trains before. This site has been chosen. You have been chosen to receive the most up-to-date information of our plans.
Let's see... how does being six months ahead sound?
By the way, I'm trusting that those of you who frequent other sites will not "leak" any of this. It is still a guessing game out there, and I'd hate it if anyone ruined the fun.
I'll post more stuff later.
Edited by Silver Swordsman, 21 November 2011 - 11:24 AM.