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Eve Online: Commissioned Officer Edition

Released on 10 December 2010

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (4 customer reviews) | Write a review

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You have been identified as a candidate of exceptionally high future potential and have been chosen for accelerated advancement. A hidden beneficiary has provided a set of ability boosters to help you get an initial advantage as you train your new pilot.

Cerebral accelerators (the in-game item) are military-grade implants that significantly increase a new pilot's skill development. This technology is usually available only to naval officers, but CONCORD has authorized the release of a small number to particularly promising freelance pilots.
  • One Universe, Massive Community - In a single-shard game world, all players are part of one community. Your actions impact not just a small group but the universe itself
  • Your version of epic combat - EVE Online offers challenging combat for the fighter pilot in everyone. Mission runners, lone pirates, small group PVPers, and large scaled conquest fanatics can all hunt their preferred prey
  • Advanced, player- driven economy - Take part in a true player-driven supply and demand market. EVE Online provides the skills, ships and in-game market data to allow dedicated craftsmen and merchants to excel in their chosen profession
  • Unique real-time skill advancement - Your character's skills progress even when you are not online, offering a more level playing field for time-limited and casual gamers
  • Multiple gameplay styles in one - Play the economy, build a planetary colony, forge alliances, or conquer entire regions of space. EVE Online combines the best of strategic gaming, simulation and RPGs
  • Play for free - You can buy game time with in-game money you earn while playing

customer Reviews

 Average rating (4 reviews)

 The best mmo game iv seen and played in all my life!

| | See all Borderlands25's reviews (1)

The most important part of the game I like personally is being able to go anywhere you want in universe with out even doing any missions/guests. There are loads more about this game I cant even put to words. I think you should try the 14 day free trial fist before you buy the game just so you can see what I mean.

 Not a "run of the mill" MMO, but not in a bad way!

| | See all Harkath's reviews (16)

This game is not like other MMO's (World of Warcraft, LoTRO, Everquest). This is a sandbox and, thus, requires some serious research to get the most out of the game.

"Quests" are available in the form of missions from agents, but after the initial tutorials, you are thrown into the big-wide world with no other guidance on what to do.

Skills are trained based on time, rather than doing things in the game. For example, the "mining" skill will take around 5 and a half days to learn, regardless of if you spend 24 hours a day mining. This makes it difficult for new players to catch up with "veterans" who have spent a lot of years learning skills, but, and its been told over and over, a new pilot who has a well equipped ship who knows what he/she is doing can take down a veteran who has a badly equipped ship.

This game is the best example of an MMO. Its an absolutely horrible boring grind trying to solo the game. Once you find the role you want to play in the game (Combat Pilot, Miner, Industrialist) and join a corporation, the game starts to blossom from that point onwards.

Don't expect to reap rewards from the offset (the way that WoW gave you things from the start), and be prepared to sink a lot of time into the game.

This is not an easy game, so its not a game for everyone. But I enjoy it, so I can recommend it.

 a waiting game

| | See all neverwakeup's reviews (1)

When you start playing, you feel abit lost in how "huge" this game is, when in fact, after playing it for a few months. You realise there isnt actually that much going on, some people say it is a "deep" game and in some instances it is, with player controlled markets etc. However these markets are already controlled by players from the beginning of eve, other than that there isnt much to do, missioning is repetitive and boring, as is ratting, mining even more so. Small improvements such as planet interaction are not as in depth as you are led to believe, as is much of this game. You may at first feel insignificant as you start, however after a month or so you can be capable of pvp at a reasonable level, and you will understand alot of what is going on. But maybe another month down the line you will realise that this game hasn't got that much on offer, and your constantly waiting for your skills to train, which are not affected by how well you play but instead just waiting. Which is what this game seems to be about, constantly waiting around, either for warps, travelling, mining, even some battles.

 Stick with it...

| | See all spikeyseth's reviews (1)

I know when you start it up, the scale of the whole thing seems rather scary, but play your cards right (i.e. get hired by a decent corperation) and this game will make you life complete. the PvP is epic, and you feel so involved in the universe its unbelieveable.

so worth whatever time you can put into it

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Rating12+ (PEGI)
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