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I'm your host, Jester. I've been an EVE Online player for about six years. One of my four mains is Ripard Teg, pictured at left. Sadly, I've succumbed to "bittervet" disease, but I'm wandering the New Eden landscape (and from time to time, the MMO landscape) in search of a cure.
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Saturday, February 8, 2014

No squabbling

You two get along. I don't want to hear any squabbling.

11 comments:

  1. Hahahahahahahahahaahah.

    But which one has the larger thirst for blood?

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  2. "DAAAAAADDDDDDYYYYYY, He won't share the computer with me!"

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  3. is this might be one of the reason you are not running for CSM?

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    1. It's fair to say that it's one reason among a fleet of reasons. In 2013, my game time outside of EVE was confined to a few hours of The Stanley Parable. There are too many big changes coming to the industry in 2014 for me to miss them.

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  4. I seriously cannot believe you're actually playing an /enjoying/ TESO. Ignorace is bliss, I guess.

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  5. All I can do is wish you luck and patience; that game is doa. If the quality of an MMO can be measured by TTL, time to lockboxes, then I don't think it will fare all too well.

    If later you still want to be duke of Vvardenfell in a game that is worth your time, go play a match or two in elder kings.

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  6. I tried TESO at one weekend as a beta tester, sorry I still think Morrowind is the best game in the series. It had/has a feeling that it followers haven't been able to live up too.

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    1. I could never stick with Morrowind for long, but I spent ages playing Daggerfall.

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  7. Is it bad that at first i mistook your TESO char for someone from DAO? Too many games played throughout the years. Its all starting to blur together...

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  8. Since you played GW2, I'm curious to see your take on ESO.

    I seem to be in the minority right now in thinking its more than decent, which (if I'm right) will mean more the internet-predicted amount of subs and retention, as I think ESO has more stuff for longer than titles like GW2, and certainly SW:TOR.

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  9. I ate my weekend the same way. It has promise, and I'm willing to give them the benefit of the doubt until I get out of the newbie area and see how well they pulled off the kind of exploration gameplay that's always been a strength of the series.

    I hope they keep the bug and feedback reporting capabilities, too, because there are few things more entertaining than bugs in Bethesda games. ;-)

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