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Second Life used to teach relaxation techniques {Massively}

Apr 4th 2012 7:15PM Only picture that you could find that didn't contain nudity, furries or pedophilia, huh?

And you are three days late because is the dumbest thing I have ever heard (this month) so not sure if serious!

The Daily Grind: What game would you play were it not for the community? {Massively}

Mar 27th 2012 11:41AM @(Unverified)
"Eve stands out first and for most. I tried the trial and thought it was a great game but I found not a single helpful person during the time I tried it. In fact, I found the exact opposite with people purposefully giving me the wrong information."

Nice try, but there is a rookie channel that all trial and new accounts jump straight into and you are stuck there for a month.

EVE Online's The Mittani issues formal apology for crossing the line [UPDATED] {Massively}

Mar 27th 2012 10:46AM It doesn't really come as a surprise that Massively and a bunch of other gaming sites have posted this golden nugget of sensationalist BS like proper Fox News wannabes so the crowds of psuedo-intellectual serious white knights on the internet would have something to bitch about. The one thing that people keep forgetting (convenient isn't it?) that you need neither alcohol or drugs to do or say stupid things and I am pretty sure that all of you have said and done some really fucking stupid things in your lives so get off your moral high horse and get over it.

As for you, Brendan, the lack of journalistic objectivity here is simply just appaling, sad in fact. Considering what you have written in the past I had hoped for more, perhaps a interview with the "bully" and his "victim"?

The Soapbox: Evolution of a class {Massively}

Feb 7th 2012 3:29PM With the exception of single player games, I pretty much dislike the idea of classes being in MMOs as they tend to be either massively overpowered or broken.

I think more games should look to CCP and EVE, perhaps not so much the RL time training but you pick the skills you want your character to have your character to have.

Perpetuum Online has a similar design as EVE, but there you accumlate a certain amount of points over time that you can spend into whatever.

Derek Smart's Line of Defense shows off battle environments {Massively}

Feb 7th 2012 3:14PM @CaseyTheBrash

That would imply that people still buys his games, which seems unlikely in this day and age.

I have yet to see a game with his name on it that is actually good and not a broken mess.

Meet the guild that's lasted over 16 years {Massively}

Feb 5th 2012 8:06PM I have concluded that they are a bunch of ponces, desperate to be relevant.

And I'd love to see them take legal action against someone here in EU over The Syndicate as a guild name. There is currently 8 corps in EVE with The Syndicate in some form.

Go on, humor me.

World of Tanks trailer roasts EVE {Massively}

Jul 2nd 2010 10:42AM TBH I lost interest in this wotsitsface game when I heard it was basically a game in WW2, but with tanks.

Confessions of a gold scammer and identity thief {Massively}

Jan 20th 2010 12:57PM It should be noted that the interviewer (Marcus Eikenberry) also owns and operates websites like Shattered Crystal, TrustWho and MarkeeDragon where the latter essentially serves as a craigslist of sorts for virtual goods in various MMOs, including accounts..

Basically, he is quick to take the high ground when it comes to fraud yet he promotes it himself.

Confessions of a gold scammer and identity thief {Massively}

Jan 19th 2010 1:18PM What I am incapable of comprehending is how some commentators seem to believe that this is a thing that only happens in EVE... ?

A challenge to Blizzard's secretive philosophy {WoW}

Sep 11th 2009 9:10AM I have had the same thoughts about Blizzard and their secrecy as it can hardly hurt Blizzard and their business plan by having a broader dialog with its community through a blog, podcast or whatever instead of holding a convention once a year that very few can actually attend in comparison to their massive fan base across the world.

Especially now with the trend to intregate social networking like twitter, facebook and what have you, into the actual game. So there is definiately something for Blizzard to learn regardless of how many subscribers they might have.

And isn't their new Battle.net concept leaning toward to being a social networking feature?