EVE, you might be amused to know, was indeed among the top five. It was, in fact number one. Even more amusingly, after laying down all of the things that make EVE's character creator so impressive, the video maker concluded:
The irony is that this incredible character creator is tied to a game where you'll spend most of your time staring at the back end of beautiful but inhuman spaceships... proving once more that EVE is the cruelest game around.Aheh. Pity that this is a game of internet spaceships, not internet character creators. ;-) As such, I don't think you're going to see CCP advertising this particular review, despite how positive it was.
It did underline again, at least for me, how ground-breaking the EVE character creator really is. I'm looking forward to seeing how much of it made its way into DUST 514 in a couple of weeks. As you may know, there is still a small group working -- slowly, slowly! -- on Incarna features. Inferno itself will feature a few new goodies for the avatars, including some new clothing, hair, and skin tone options.
That's really all I have to say about that one, but there was an amusing runner-up for QOTW this week. I was on a LOL T1 cruiser roam over the weekend that found itself caught in a pipe between a LOL Thrasher roam on one side of us and a small group of artillery-fit Tornadoes camping a gate on the other. A member of my alliance summed it up this way:
We can go up against three tigers or three hundred cats.Needless to say, that was good for a laugh. We ended up going through the tigers (where we lost a few) rather than the cats (where we probably would have lost everyone).