Uh, welcome to starwars.com? It's been like that for a while now. The "exclusive" info isn't that great either, most of it I can pass by. And please don't gripe about it costing $20.00, some members had to pay $40.00 before the announcement of the sale.Santa_bayleef said:silly really. you ahve to join hyperspace just to see certain things.
Really? I had the trial three different occassions and I could view everything. Did you just wait for new hyperspace material when you joined or did you view the archives like I did.Sentinel said:They had this promotional seven day trial, and from what I found was basically nothing!
That's the other thing. Hyperspace membership should be for all members with the amount of pop-up ads and "Skip advert" pages that constantly come up during my time on the forum. The funny thing is I usually have my pop-up blocker up all the way but hey, it's starwars.com afterall.craggy said:SW.com is the only non-pron site I've ever been to that asks for money to view exclusive content. most other websites seem to be set up with the very idea of exclusive content being the deciding factor in their making. I personally think the website is supposed to be a marketing/promotional tool, not another product, but I suppose that is up to GL and his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie to decide, if they can take time from swimming around in the subscribers' money.
How dare you! My Millennium Falcon article was behind the Hyperspace Curtain and it was awesome. But then I would say thatSevb27 said:Actually Hyperspace was good to great during the production and filming of EP3, but after the movie was released it is pretty much nothing special.