EVE Online screenies

Some screenshots I took while playing my addiction of the last 4 years.

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    15 Responses to EVE Online screenies

    1. Neat idea for a game, crappy implementation.

      CCP hates the players of EVE, especially newbies.

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    2. 4 years in and i like the complexity and open sandbox/lots of possibilities.
      comparatively, you have WoW with elves and anime swords that tongues your anus and goes ding lvl 10 for figuring out how to install

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    3. Username? I play too 😀

      Hauntedpast

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    4. I fucking hated EVE (at the end of it.) Finally skill up, get a crispy, shiny new ship, then pwn for a month, then out of nowhere get a mission that you have no chance of winning and it is all taken away. Wash, rinse, repeat. Having absolutely no clue what a mission entailed (without completely googling the shit out of it (which is akin to cheating to me)) and jumping in (and I mean the MIDDLE of a hundred baddies) only to be webbed and subsequently killed (robbed of your 26 million ship with parts it took weeks to afford and/or track down) is fucking bullshit. Their EULA said no refunds, but I said fuck that. Gimme back my money. They did.

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      • wow, you failed pretty damn hard there
        missions have descriptions (and are lame, havent run one in years)
        dont warp to the middle of them and expect to be invincible
        most hulls cost a lot more than that….dont put all your money in a single boat

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        • Idiot, I already implied mission descriptions were worthless and the difficulty doesn’t graduate, it plateaus seemingly randomly. I guess I should have spelled that out for you.
          Acceleration gates DROP you in the middle of missions. If you HAD done a mission recently, you could have commented intelligently. Or, maybe not. I’m not talking about “Warp to 0k.” I’m talking about MISSIONS; the equivalent of WoW instances. I play missions because I like PvE and not having to suck dick in a corp and follow good-ol-boy rules and basically avoid dicks like you.
          That 26M was for an outfitted BC. That’s as far as I played before I got fed up. I know there are other boats out there with more expensive hulls. I owned 6 ships. What was your point? Oh.. you didn’t have one.

          And yes, I know the EVE mantra, never fly a ship you can’t afford to lose. Losing and getting fucked are two different things.

          MY point, since you won’t be able to pick it up is that EVE is a frustrating game. Tedious, often boring, but at times exciting and pretty cool. As a gamer of 20 years, the noobs out there may want to know more about the game than a few cool screenshots. Great way to recruit people to your game: be a dick to someone who has an opinion. So, long story short, avoid Jhonen GAY and whatever corp he is in while in game.

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    5. What happened to Elite 4? This is just another Elite wannabe.

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    6. I like/d the idea of playing it a bit like a stock market game with the mineral/mining trade but it just became evident that I’d be a bottom feeder unless I ploughed hours and hours into it – I had 2 rigs in my room and thought I’d just baby sit eve on one while playing other games then I thought… what the fuck am I doing… spending 4 hours after work on it… I mean sure as long as it’s interesting/fun you can waste your time playing with your toes for all it matters, but when people sell ships for 80% of the material values … theres just no point, its as if people are happy to loose money for fun – something they wouldn’t do in a real economy.

      Great concept, probably really good for those who don’t mind the time sink to be reasonably competative – but couldn’t keep it up.

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    7. too many people beat their head into brick walls as children and then blame EVE for being too hard

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      • Some people weren’t loved enough by their mommy or were fucked by their daddy and are now dicks to strangers on the internet. I was raised with manners and show everyone the same respect until they prove to me that they don’t deserve it. That is where you find yourself now, dick.

        I for one loved EVE’s complexity and depth, to a point. It resembled the ICE games of old, especially Space Master. I don’t mind losing (we were allowed to lose when I was a kid, none of this fucking consolation trophy bullshit… it built character and taught us not to be dicks when we won… ever heard of it? Clearly not.) but getting cheated or tricked is something else.

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    8. I recently came back to Eve after completely writing it off in 2006 for being too brutal for my tastes. I’m really liking it now and we have a fledgling pirate corp in Amarr space–looking to start a drug production ring. They have made a lot of changes to be more noob friendly including but not limited to:
      – Everyone starting off with learning skills (no more learning the learning skills for 2 weeks before you can actually play the game)
      – Mission agents divided into only 2 categories (as opposed to like 16). Security Divisions for battle missions. Distribution Divisions for everything else.
      – All missions pay out a full amount so you won’t feel like you are forced into only doing certain mission lines for maximum monies.

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