- In a nutshell: a network simulator of an interstellar civilization that can substitute real life
- Genre: MMO
- Business model: pay-to-play
The old space MMO created in Iceland is still insanely playable. Especially for those who want to conquest the galaxy. It doesn't matter whether you want to dominate and expand, or prefer peaceful trade and harmonious development – EVE Online offers many opportunities, and the gaming community is open to everyone.
So feel free to join a corporation. Officers will immediately take care of you, explaining the subtleties of the game, setting tasks, training or simply helping you take the first steps. All with the idea that in a properly working machine, even the smallest gear should do its job well. And that's how players approach fun in EVE Online, which can be almost intimidating at times.
You will be promoted in the hierarchy of this community. In principle, they do not play for individual benefits, but work for entire corporations. The collaborations of small and large groups that are formed within the game is something wonderful and extraordinary. If you add to this alliances, betrayals, and schemes, then all this makes for a truly amazing experience. The only problem is that people sometimes get too engrossed in their roles and demand similar involvement from others. So, while in general it is quite pleasant and friendly, unpleasant incidents can sometimes occur.