Elite: Dangerous players are pressing Frontier to address cheating complaints

After Elite: Dangerous players pointed out combat logging cheats were being overlooked, Frontier stepped in with a response.

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  • Frontier would be "stupid" not to consider Xbox One, PS4 Elite: Dangerous

    Elite: Dangerous is more than likely to appear on PS4 and Xbox One consoles after release on PC.

  • Elite: Dangerous Alpha phase 4 will go live on May 15

    Phase 4 of the Elite: Dangerous Alpha will go live on May 15, Frontier Developments has announced in the latest newsletter for the space trading and combat simulator.

  • Zoo Tycoon dev diary touches upon partnership between Frontier and AZA

    Zoo Tycoon has a developer diary available showing how Frontier enlisted the help of Association of Zoos and Aquariums in order to create a “true-to-life zoo experience, from animal and environment authenticity and being a zookeeper.” It’s below. Zoo Tycoon is available at all global retailers for $39.99 on Xbox One and $29.99 on Xbox […]

  • Zoo Tycoon Xbox One's animal list revealed in full

    Xbox One launch title Zoo Tycoon features 101 animals, and Frontier Developments has released its full list of creatures. Check it out here.

  • Elite: Dangerous video features live work-in-progress gameplay

    Frontier has released a new Elite: Dangerous video featuring live, work-in-progress gameplay between David Braben and other members of the development team. You’ll see a convoy under attack, and a mix of AI and the players controlling the ships. The teams has also updated the FAQ on the single-player portion of game, and new concept […]

  • Elite: Dangerous galaxy will evolve over time - dev diary

    In the second developer diary for Elite: Dangerous, David Braben delves into the game’s galaxy, how it will evolve over time. and how this will play into player missions. You can re-watch the first developer diary here. The Kickstarter is now 50% funded, with 34 days left to reach its £1,250,000 goal. So far, 13,605 […]

  • Frontier opening new development studio in Canada

    Frontier Developments has announced it’s opening a new development studio in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The firm said the region has been on its “radar as an attractive geographic and commercial environment,” in which it can create titles as be surrounded by the pool of local universities graduates and various indie developers. “We are excited […]

  • LostWinds2: Winter of the Melodias released on App Store

    LostWinds2: Winter of the Melodias has released on the App Store for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It includes the ability to switch between summer and winter at will, new wind powers, new environments and characters, and graphical tweaking specifically for iOS devices. It will run you$3.99/£2.49/€2.99. Trailer is below.

  • Braben: Kinectimals does not use Milo & Kate tech

    Frontier has said its feline-filled Kinectimals does not use any technology based on Lionhead’s Milo & Kate, despite comments made earlier in the week by Microsoft.

  • LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias hits WiiWare this Friday

    Nintendo said this morning that LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias will release on WiiWare this Friday. Apparently it’s the hundredth game for the service. Frontier’s David Braben’s tickled pink. “We launched the original LostWinds game on WiiWare with much anticipation, as it was such an exciting and new way to access games,” he said. “We […]

  • LostWinds: Winter Of The Melodias gets new gameplay trailer

    Watch it on EGTV. There’s a good chunk of play in there, showing wind-driven helicopter things, snowy bits, water puzzles and more. No date for the Frontier WiiWare sequel as yet.

  • David Braben: "It would be mad for us not to work on Elite IV"

    David Braben has said that expectations are huge for Elite IV, but at the same time it won’t be released until he is pleased with how it looks and its ability to differentiate itself from the others. When asked if work was being done on the title by at the A Life in Videogames […]

  • Lostwinds: Winter of the Melodias gets first movie

    After the break. The Frontier WiiWare follow-up sports water and snow, which is all very nice. There’s no date on it yet. Pretty though, innit? Via Kotaku and Offworld.

  • LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias - first screens and art

    Frontier’s released the first screens and art for the newly-announced LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias. Get them after the drop. There’s no date on the WiiWare game, but from the conversation we had this morning, you’re not going to be waiting too long. Take a look.

  • LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias announced, detailed

    Frontier’s confirmed LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias as a WiiWare title, but has failed to add a date or price. The indie sequel will feature “all-new expanses of the stunningly presented, magical land of Mistralis as you experience Toku and Enril’s new adventure to save Toku’s mother, lift an ancient Curse and thwart the evil […]

  • LostWinds sequel titled Winter of the Melodias

    Edge has revealed that the LostWinds sequel is called Winter of the Melodias. Toku can now change the seasons, don’t you know. Edge has loads more if you are in the mood to pick it up. No word on when it will hit WiiWare, but at least it’s coming. Via N-Europe.

  • Rumor: Elite 4 coming to PC, PS3, and 360

    Rumors that Frontier’s long-in-the-works Elite 4 will be hitting PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 have surfaced. During a lecture, co-creator of Elite and Frontier bossman David Braben, gave a slideshow presentation that revealed the company’s current projects which include Elite 4, The Outsiders, and other unannounced projects. Braben stated last summer that the firm was […]

  • Latest Edge teases new Elite for next issue?

    The teaser page of the latest Edge – as you can see here on NeoGAF – shows a wireframe spaceship relating to the next issue. Is it David Braben’s new Elite? The UK PC underground reckons the ship looks too complex for the ancient space-based game, but is struggling to place it. Got to be […]

  • Braben: UK games degrees are "not helping"

    Speaking in this Edge editorial, Frontier’s David Braben has added voice to the opinion that British games-related university degrees are ill-equipped for the task of preparing candidates for development jobs. “The rise of video games degrees at British universities are not helping, as they are failing to equip graduates with the necessary skills to build […]

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