My first introduction to online gaming was at uni, when some chap named Bartle got us all to play MUDs.
Since then, I've worked as a CSR for one of the largest online publishers, been a professional game tester, played almost every MMO released to the West, and even sold in-game services as my main income.
Nowadays, I teach people how to think and miss my old carefree days and what I consider the golden age of online gaming.
Less haste, more speed.
I used to unlock jedi in SWG and sell the accounts for upwards of £1000. It was a good income for maybe half a year. I sold a couple of my EVE accounts too.
I also sold currency in EQ, EQ2, and SWG, powerlevelling in CoH, VGSoH, and EQ2.
Whilst I …
Originally posted by Zarf42 Originally posted by Darwa Originally posted by Ratagain Apathy is more about caring about something and then having to lift your hands of it ,because it's going the wrong way.
This is not what apathy mea…
Originally posted by Adjuvant1 Originally posted by Darwa Originally posted by Ratagain Apathy is more about caring about something and then having to lift your hands of it ,because it's going the wrong way.
This is not what apathy …
I think the best way to think of Star Citizen is to call it pay to (quickly) win.
It's been said that people will be able to obtain all those glorious shiny ships using nothing but in-game mechanics, but if you don't want to wait, then open up your…
Originally posted by Holyavenger1
The purpose of this thread is not to beat a dead horse, but to get as good a picture as we can of what this community thinks of this issue, and to do that by getting as many answers as possible to this poll.
Originally posted by Quizzical
I define massive as meaning that something has mass. For example, an electron is massive and a photon is not.
Bloody awesome reply, mate.
Now, just humour the poor buggers