The things that the speaker hates about Star Citizen include the Quantum Drive, elevators, features that have disappeared, light fighter meta, and the length of time to wait for things. The Quantum Drive can be unreliable and causes a lot of frustration. Elevators are the only means of traversal in the game, which is limiting and can be dangerous. Features have been removed from the game with limited explanation or warning, resulting in a disjointed gameplay experience. The light fighter meta makes playing PvP too easy, while waiting for ships or friends to join can sometimes take too long.
On the other hand, there are several things that the speaker likes in Star Citizen. The sound and atmosphere of the game are praised as some of the best in the industry. There is a wide selection of ships and vehicles available, creating a lot of options to fit everyone’s style. Seamless transitions between ships and planets create a unique and immersive experience. Finally, playing with a group adds a meaningful experience to the game, creating opportunities that wouldn’t be available to solo players.
Overall, Star Citizen provides a unique and immersive experience. There are several aspects to like about the game, but there are also some issues that need to be addressed. The Quantum Drive, elevators, removed features, light fighter meta, and lengthy waits can be frustrating and detract from an enjoyable experience. With improvements to these areas, Star Citizen could become an even better game.