EVE Online is offering free to play access to the game via alpha clone states. Will it be enough to bring players back to the game long-term?
EVE Vegas is over and details were released about the update coming this winter and the expansion coming in the spring. For the first time in awhile, I feel like playing EVE again.
While I give props to CCP for making a sandbox game where players can play both good and bad characters, when players knowingly torture one another (and enjoy it), something needs to be done to stop it.
EVE Online is one of the few games where I've seen such a disconnect between what players expect out of a game and what the game developers want to offer.
"EVE is real because the woman I've been listening [in videos] to is standing in front of me right now."
Imani and I decided to take a trip to The Promised Land. We had no idea what we were doing but we had so much fun!
The Greedy Goblin claims EVE does not have a scary nor dangerous setting and it is more casual friendly than World of Warcraft. To prove this, he shows his profile where he hauled billions of ISK, said what he was hauling on his blog, and no one messed with him. What do you think?
I once said I would never stream again. Never say never because I did stream again and I had a great time.
I see "inspirational" quotes often about making mistakes. You know, on Twitter, Facebook, etc. There seems to be confusion about making mistakes and failing (repeating similar mistakes). Let's talk about that.