Summary: EVE Online is a one of a kind MMO, you are very much free to do as you please in EVE and there are next to no rules. It also has a completely different progression system to other MMO's because other MMO's reward you for spending time playing the game and you level up based on playtime, however in eve you have skills that you train that train in real time even when you are logged off.
Summary: Not many games can be called a pvp sandbox, but Eve definitively is one. Almost every aspect of the game, including a lot of PVE, puts you in direct competition and cooperation with other players. The PvP of Eve is also one of the only true forms of pvp in any game out there; your loss is my game. No 15 second respawn timers here, you kill a ship and its gone and the loot is yours.
Summary: The only game that has consistently kept me occupied for many hours, this game doesn't hold your hand, it grabs hold and throws you in at the deep end. If you like thinking on your feet, this game is for you.
Summary: Eve Online. It may take a month or two to get into, and have a famously steep learning curve, but once you understand how this game works I guarantee that you will find no other game like it. It is truly a work of genius. Just the economy has enough depth to loose yourself in. And the combat is really really exciting, because if you loose there is something at risk - your beloved ship!
Summary: The only game that lets you to do pretty much what ever you want, unlike every other MMO out there. The freedom EVE offers its players can be overwhelming for some, but once you figure out where you want to go, no other game compares. Did I mention it also looks fantasic?
Summary: Internet spaceships really is serious business. This expansion brings new ships, new graphics, and a whole bunch of fixes the community has been begging for. The developers have listened, and so EVE Online: Crucible was born. This is an MMO for people sick of MMO 'conventions', like a skill hotbar or higher level character or a childish art style. EVE is an MMO which copies no other game. It draws upon its own inspiration.
Summary: EvE online itself is a fantastic game. It does something other MMO's do not. It gives a harsh universe with incredible depth. one of the best things about eve online is almost every item has a purpose and can be used effectively to beat players who have played longer then you. In wow an item, no matter how awesome, that is for a level 15 will be worthless and have no purpose. in eve even the smallest frigates can be used in PVP and PVE.
Summary: Fantastic visuals, a huge soundtrack, incredible depth and complexity, and an unrivaled amount of freedom for an online game makes EVE stand out! The free expansions really add a lot to the game as well.
Summary: EVE is amazing. There, I've said it. I have been playing games for around 20 years now, and there isn't a single game that comes close to the immersion EVE offers. It is a role playing game where you role play even without trying (you will not find many EVE players speaking in-character, but you will find every EVE player taking on a role in this world, whether they are aware of it, or not), set in a world that is a masterpiece (one fan trailer I love refers to it as a...
Summary: I have been playing EVE Online for only about 6-7 months now. Ironically I started playing on the very same day that the Incarna expansion launched. In my time with EVE I have determined that it has to be one of the greatest MMORPG's of all time. With that out of the way, I'll get to what I think about the Crucible expansion. In short, it is great! The new ships are nicely designed and balanced. The new visuals are simply breathtaking.