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I would love to play eve, if in the last month it hadnt gone the way of SWG and made new players have 45x more stuff to need to do, and nerf everything the old players can do, and leave the middle aged players useless in every way because they just trained for a year or more for a specific part of the game which has been made completely useless, but they are now at a disadvantage compared to the new players who haven't made such a commitment yet.
How many EVE players have we got locally, might I ask?
It screamed to me "Older players will always have more abilities then newer ones, because age is XP, so there's really no point in playing cause you can never ever catch up."
If the aim of the game was to become the ultimate badass in the gaming world, then i'd agree. But that's not the aim of the game. That's only your inflated ego talking. The aim of the game is to fly around a simulated universe getting more and more powerful at your own pace, doing whatever the hell you want, for as long as you want. Nowhere is the mission statement of the game "be better than the older players".Anyway, 90% of people who play WoW will never catch up to people who've been playing for years, and the same can be said about most MMOs out there, so what's the problem here? It's about having fun in the here and now, not entertaining some fanciful delusion of pure megalomania.
I didn't buy EVE because it lacked PVP combat in the style of Freespace. However, in regards to that, I suggest people take a look at Vendetta Online:http://www.vendetta-online.com/It's basically like EVE except that you can fly your own ship.
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