Summary: EVE is a good game if you want play on an uneven battlefield looking for overwhelming victories. It sucks if you want fun. This is a very old game. It takes real world time to build your skills in EVE, so people that have played it for 5 years will always be 5 years ahead of you characters abilities regardless of what you do. When I first played this game you had to have your computer on-line and playing it to train your skills, some of which would take months.
Summary: So I got this starter pack and used it to upgrade from trail and when you are suppose to get some cool extra items, what CCP never tells you is if you upgrade using this you no longer get the extra items I talked with there support and asked if I just paid for a month would I then get the items and they said no they were unwilling to give me anything even after if I paid for it WTF sense does that make. So all in all I canceled my account cause that game is screwy.
Summary: i will never play that again, give you mission you cant complete if you learned a skill before your they think you should. go to abort a abort and they give you nothing back and abort it for you anyways.
Summary: If u like needlessly complicated games that just waste your time and leave you so lost that you spend more time reading offline how to do something then actually doing it in game - this is the game for you.
Excerpt: Eve online is an MMO game, which stands for "massively multiplayer online". You play in a huge area of space that is also used by other human players. An internet connection is required. When I saw an advert for a cool-looking space game with a "14 day free trial" I thought I would have a go. I didn't really know anything about it at the time, except that it looked really pretty. The visuals looked stunning on the screenshots.