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I enjoyed Eve a few years back. Have played a number of MMOs since EQ. I enjoyed Eve for a while then got a bit bored as PvP seemed scarce. Perhaps I was just in a bad corp. I also didn't like the interface so much. By that, I mean I didn't like my enemies appearing as tiny red squares on the screen. I know this might be "realistic" in terms of what actual space combat might be like. But it always struck me as odd that the ship designs were so cool but you only saw them when you zoomed in on one during a fight or something. Hopefully some game will figure out a good middle ground for this kind of problem.
I also recall that veteran players had a HUGE advantage over newbs (due to the [perpetual] off line skill training) even then. I can't even imagine how bad it must be now. How can a new player be even remotely viable in this game? Do people just buy accounts? Is that even legal?
I love the idea of space based games. I'm curious if it's even possible to get into (or back into) Eve as a rebooted newb.