Articles with this tag:Eve
- Pelagato in EVE Onlineposted at 6:46 pm Feb 21,2012
hey peeps, after watching the new EVE trailer a couple of times over the past few days... I am wondering if all this acting is a good idea at all! I dont want to trash the guy in the Incarna trailer or the girl in the Awakening trailer but it looks like CG characters are somehow better...
Just look at the EVE Future Vision trailer... Watch the CG characters and then take a look at the actors... For some reason my eyes believe that CG is better. I know that actors are really the way to go when you make a movie but why in the heck this guys cant do the trailers in such a way that everything feels right...
It had nothing to do with how they look ok!!! Dont get me wrong, I know that the sci-fi setting is full of crazy arse things like weirdo cloths and such, but something doesnt click into place, specially when they talk, in their faces... They are doing something in the new actor trailers that my subconscious mind tells me that something is not right...
Who knows if they are just chee
Lion NY in EVE Onlineposted at 2:18 am Jul 19,2011
Without going into too much detail about how much fun we had doing the Sansha Reborn live events last year or how pleased we are with the overwhelmingly positive reaction to them (you can watch/listen to CCP Dropbear and me whining about all that here, here, here, here, here, here and here), we'd just like to say thank you to the EVE Online community for once again amazing us with your input and helping us define one of the game's most iconic expansions. Seriously, without the dynamic storyline that evolved largely due to player activity, live events and Incursion wouldn't have been nearly as exciting. Nobody wants to sit around chatting about the good old days for hours on end, though, so on with the new stuff!
As some of you have already noticed, Sansha is back (uhm… again) with a vengeance (uhm… another vengeance), having switched his focus from abducting civilians off of planets to hunting down the people who worked to thwart that operation: capsuleers. He's upgra
- kestas22 in defaultposted at 9:11 am May 09,2011
Game was started as fan project but after long development finaly reached stage of no return wich is why they progressed with the project untill in emerged as one of the best sci-fi mech mmorpg .For those that loves Eve online but wana try something like robots and fighting on land give it a shot sholdn't dissapoint you.
Game itself is post apocalypse mech type game as i played it was still in close beta so i saw only one base in wich you cold have trained skills for skill points you acumulated trough fighting npc.Buy new robots depending on your specialization new weapons armors.Buy mining tools.Craft items if you have materials needed.As game was still in close beat i can't say too much though since it might have changed a lot.
Graphicks:Wery good though rocks being surounded by squares makes it bit glichy
Sound:Well based on the game atmosphere weapons sounds was quite the entertainment
Game play:Lots to do if you spare time for not only grinding but mining and cragfting you can
I played the game and i must agree its best game i ewer seen because of unique gender lots of stuff and game is based on trading and making money or hunting pirates but is it realy worth the money we pay for it lets chek it shall we.
1.Graphicks are good one point to pay for
2.Game play is fun unique and endless two points to pay for
3.Controls crapy and at start wery hard to figure out flying without location wold be pintless one point to free
4.Agent missions outbalanced and even the lowest rank mission is nearly impossible to do alone two pluses to free
5.mining are simple and easey to figure out tree plus to pay
6.Crafting takes time to learn and is prety confusing for nowadays mmorpg fan base tree points to free
7.Skill training time is just huge four plus to free
8.tutorial is totaly ussless its teachest u few basicks but main parts are still urs to learn and that not an easey task believe me five points to free
9.story line well haven't noticed any if u did plz tell me but for now six points to free
10.ships are nicely made and dosn't cost too much so four points to pay
sry since i'm new to the game i haven't cheked much so it wold be wery nice if this game f
- Brotherbird in defaultposted at 7:52 pm Oct 22,2007
Gamasutra is reporting that a serious security breach caused the closure of EVE Online this past weekend. A previously-unnoticed anomaly in a database prompted CCP, makers of the game, to close down the game world and their website while the issue was examined. The flaw was rectified, and service restored the same day. No credit card or billing information was exposed in the breach.
"Explained [CCP chief of operations Jón Hörðdal], 'What we discovered was an indication that one of our databases was being accessed through a security breach. Our policy in such cases is to mobilize a taskforce of internal and external experts to evaluate the situation.' Hörðdal said that the taskforce concluded that going completely dark so that an exhaustive scan could be performed was the best course of action. 'While some may feel that such a drastic reaction was not warranted, it is always our approach to err on the side of caution in order to protect the players,' he said."
- Komido in defaultposted at 6:47 pm Jun 25,2007
Ever wanted to be on TV? Well, if you're an EVE Online player, you're now one step closer to realizing that dream. MMM Publishing, Ltd. and CCP have announced the launch of EVE TV, a weekly on-demand broadcast dedicated to the virtual universe of EVE Online.
EVE TV will report on EVE's virtual online society, including in-game news, skirmishes, market trends, human interest stories, exclusive interviews and game-related features. The program will be anchored by SpiralJunkie and StevieSG. If you're interested in who else will be part of the show, you can get all the info about the team here. Originally formed to broadcast EVE Online's Alliance PVP Tournament last year, EVE TV is now taking the next step.
Oliver Skelding, MMM Publishing's Managing Director, said, "EVE TV is the next level in ground-breaking virtual media. It’s a world first, providing communication to a community on a scale never before seen, giving players a platform to communicate with each other beyond mere web forums and podcasting. EVE TV is focused on player-led news and events and provides unparalleled access to behind the scenes information about the game. EVE TV is designed by the players, about
- flamedust in defaultposted at 7:29 pm May 21,2007
- openeyes in defaultposted at 11:45 pm Mar 24,2007
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