Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Eve Online - Review @ Gaming Nexus

With a score of 9.5/10, the author of Gaming Nexus' blog-like review of EVE Online is clearly impressed. Here's a snip:

And even though EVE tosses you a bone, letting you gnaw on a piece of storyline every sixteen missions, the lasting and meaningful content emerge from the players themselves. With the gaming world’s largest supercomputer keeping the single-server universe afloat, and with a subscriber base that has continued to multiply since its inception in 2003, EVE is still the hardcore sci-fi gamer’s MMO of choice. The wide open gameplay is already so unfastened it makes titles like Grand Theft Auto feel like a diagnosis of claustrophobia. And all the while, CCP’s ruthless expansionist regime pushes out EVE’s borders and gameplay in ever-increasing directions.

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