Sandi and Chris host this week’s episode, featuring a studio update from our team in Austin, with an in-depth look at the Star Citizen publishing process.


Roberts Space Industries is a spacecraft manufacturer within the persistent-world game “Star Citizen” and its companion single-player spaceflight sim, “Squadron 42.” RSI is also your portal for information, updates, and purchases of your very own spacecraft with which to trade, plunder, and protect the citizens of Star Citizen.

Be sure to visit Roberts Space Industries here and on your favorite social platform:

RSI – http://RobertsSpaceIndustries.com
Facebook – http://bit.ly/RSI_Facebook
Twitter – http://bit.ly/RSI_Twitter
Twitch (Star Citizen) – http://bit.ly/RSI_Twitch
Instagram – http://bit.ly/RSI_Instagram
Google+ – http://bit.ly/RSI_GooglePlus



  1. Anyone else agree that although this was a pleasant introspective to the holiday season 3.0 launch, there was a bit too much talking-up of each other (rightly so I'm sure) and personally, I'd like to see the old format studio review return – where we see what they did to advance the game's features.
    Nonetheless, CIG IT rocks ;o)

  2. Thank you the team and people that stayed and worked in their free time last year! and this year. Its not ignored and I personally appreciate your sacrifice. Cant wait to see 2018's improvements

  3. sugestion: keep instead of fading interviewed peoples names and their company position or what they are talking about written below the screen

  4. Once you catch on to how often Tony Z says "ya know", "obviously", or "basically", you can't help but take even more note of how often he says those colloquial transitions of thought. What I find most amusing about this is that anything Tony Z is explaining is neither things we know (ya know), nor are they obvious to the viewers (thus why we need him to explain them), nor are any of the concepts he describes basic. I do appreciate TZ's insights and creativity.

  5. Thank You Ahmed! Awesome explanation of the entire process in tat interview session, and to really see that the whole team is with the community.

  6. I really feel like I'm backing the effort more than the game and you know what is worth it. I'm glad people that are passionate about what they do can keep doing it. Awsome guys good way to end 2017 and start 2018 thank you :))))))

  7. Tony makes me thinking grabbing it up again. Seems like his really knowing what's going on and gives good explanations what going on with the game.


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