The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
1 day 1 hour
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
7 days 2 hours
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Euro Truck Simulator 2
8 days 5 hours
Batman: Arkham Origins
4 days 22 hours
The media is pushing IOT stupidly heavily for something we know is a massive risk (IOT = Internet of Things for anyone reading. Meaning connected devices)
The idea is, "Hey, I have a computer in my hand i can carry around with me. Why can't i have the convenience of controlling everything with some sort of magical universal remote?"
That really depends on where in EVE you "live". In high security space it would likely take a lot of work doing level 4 security missions to gather 1 billion isk, the approximate price of a PLEX in game. However in null security space(0.0), you can run drone sites that drop anywhere from 50 million to 600 million isk worth of loot. Comparing anything in a game, or in life for that matter, to how it was 2-3 years ago is kind of unfair. You can run DED combat sites and easily PLEX multiple accounts a month in low security and null security space, or even hisec if you know what you're doing, with a fraction of the time invested in doing mining/missions in hisec. Heck in certain areas of nullsec, especially where the Sansha's Nation NPC populate, you can make 100's of millions of isk off relic sites.I guess the problem is that people who never leave the "safe" confines of hisec still want the rarities that come with more dangerous space. I think another huge problem is that because of the advent of free to play games, the average consumer has gotten very cheap these days as well.
We have an on-scroll feature to display more articles when you reach the bottom of one. We change which article is displayed fairly regularly.
Nope, just every article has an associated game and the items in the right-most column are related to it. Eve was picked here because it's a good space game, unlikely to be removed from the list for any reason, and we have interesting content about it.
Nope, just a mistake. It'd be rather impressive if we managed to pre-write an entire article about a GDC speech that hadn't happened yet, months in advance.