Posts Tagged ‘ blog banter ’

BB46: Actions Have Consequences

April 25, 2013
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With the return of Live Events such as the Battle for Caldari Prime, clearly the prime fiction of EVE is back in favour as part of this new thematic approach to expansions. However, EVE's story is very much a tale of two playstyles, with an entirely player-driven narrative unfolding daily in parallel to the...

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BB44 – Nullsec Revamp Part I: Intel Gathering

January 17, 2013
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The EVE blogosphere is abuzz with discussion about the Local channel and intel gathering methods – so much so that Seismic Stan of Freebooted has made it the topic of the 44th Blog Banter. Rixx Javix of EVEOGANDA has dramatically declared, "If you change it, I'll quit!" Now, I have touched on the linked...

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BB39 – Home Is Where The Heart Is

August 26, 2012
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For the 39th blog banter, Seismic Stan poses the question, “Some say a man’s home is his castle. For others it is wherever they lay their hat. The concept is just as nebulous in the New Eden sandbox.  In EVE Online, what does the concept of “home” mean to you?” For myself, home in...

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BB37 – Where’s the line?

July 6, 2012
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In this month’s Blog Banter, Seismic Stan asks us, “EVE Online sits on the frontier of social gaming, providing an entertainment environment like no other. The vibrant society of interacting and conflicting communities, both within the EVE client and without, is the driving force behind EVE’s success. However, the anonymity of internet culture combined...

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BB36 – A (Relative) Noob’s View on the Expansion of EVE

May 25, 2012
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BB36 – A (Relative) Noob’s View on the Expansion of EVE

With the Inferno expansion upon us, new seeds have been planted in the ongoing evolution of EVE Online. With every expansion comes new trials and challenges, game-changing mechanics and fresh ideas. After nine years and seventeen expansions, EVE has grown far more than most other MMOGs can hope for. Which expansions have brought the...

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BB35 – Late to the Party

May 15, 2012
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Now approaching its tenth year, the EVE Online player community has matured into an intricate and multi-faceted society viewed with envy by other game developers, but is frequently regarded with suspicion by the wider gaming community.  Is this perception deserved? Should “The Nation of EVE” be concerned by its public identity and if so...

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