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Maldranan
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:07:00 - [451]
 

Originally by: Lorin Edehiel
Originally by: 01011 101


I was making a joke at the "can I haz ur Stuffs" phrase, through rephrasing it in a more eloquent version.

Why say something silly like "I feel pity" and refering to me as being a "kiddo"

It says something about your maturity. It also conflicts with what you said earlier about players with "Experience, Brains, and Ideas"... a maturity of which you do not seem to represent through your phraseology.



your logic is valid. i am an old fool.
those who left had far more brains than i have and predicted what direction was eve going.

and that direction will be... growing income.
it's about money and nothing else.
since avg. IQ of players is dropping sharply nowadays, cccp is trying to adapt itself
and not go out of business. hence the idea of changing eve into wow.
making this game easier and simpler with every patch.
eye-candy effects over content and quality.


till this very day i had to CLICK to do what i wanted...
now i will have to WALK to be able to CLICK to DO what i want...
if that's evolution in terms of GUI...




Simplistic and inaccurate explanation aside, it's unfortunate that you can't understand why they can't just leave the game the way it was, or continue to do more of the same things. In this industry, if you stay the same, you lose business.

A great example is the call of duty series. After 3 or 4 WWII reiterations, reviews simply started to state "how many more WWII games are we going to get? Seriously, it's been played to death". The same would happen with Eve, people would get sick of the same old content.

On3St4B
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:07:00 - [452]
 

Edited by: On3St4B on 21/06/2011 16:08:01
Originally by: Yulinki Atavuli
Originally by: cdr cleaver
Well CCP it looks like youve done a good one on us this time doesn't it !!!... Here I am with a brand new computer the very best I could afford to buy, and guess what ?? its got an AMD card in it !! (Asus AMD Radeon HD 6950 DirectCU II 2GB Graphics Card)I had this new computer custom built for me so I could get as much game play out of eve that I could, and what have you lot just done?? screwed around with the damn graphics that's what !! what's the point in folks upgrading there computers, have you lot got something against AMD / ATI?? just 1 question for you lot now WHY??????...I suspect you have your hands in NVIDIA'S pocket as well have you ... NOT HAPPY...Sad


ATI cards suck. they are cheap. next time spend a couple extra dollars and save up for nvidia. you'll get your money's worth.


u guys make me laugh ..
first ull have no problem with the game no matter what card u use . ( i have an ati 5850 myself , the game runs like a charm , despite the " the way it was .. " logo)
the logos u see at any games start up screen are paid for ( ads ) , its just a way to get ppl who dont know **** to buy ur products .

ps : 1- as fot ATI sucks , i dont get paid from them or anything , at any given rig u try to make the best out of the money u spend , and ati cards have better value for money than Nvidia ( at least where i live ) .
2- yes ATI drivers are not the best thing round , but at least they dont burn ur gpu by overcklocking to get better resaults in beches thas better reviews ..

Derik Istvan
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:08:00 - [453]
 

*cries* I'M GOING TO MISS YOU, SHIP SPINNINESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

*SOB* *SOB* *SOB*

Archibald Creed
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:09:00 - [454]
 

Originally by: Vanessa Powervain
Thanks for the mac link as well, however, seems like i'm in trouble.

Used an old image of EVE #247655, patched it to #267203 and patched once more to INCARNA #271273

Now, that worked just great. Shouldn't be the problem. However, when launching the game client, it doesn't show any EULA that I could accept :/

I've had the same problem on Singularity client before, worked around it by copying some configuration files out of the Local Settings/Application Data/CCP/EVE/c_program_files_ccp_eve_tranquility/settings/ folder from the old client into the new, that removed the request to accept the EULA. now, I'm a little disappointed that incarna FINAL still had that problem, any known issue to you guys?

using mac pro with mac os 10.6.7, ATI HD4890

Thanks =)
V.P.



Same Problem Here.

Somehow i hoped that when tranq. is back online, EULA news would show up.
But these are bad news.. :-/




Running iMac 27", 3.6 - i5, 8GB, ATI HD 5750, 10.6.7

Palovana
Caldari
Inner Fire Inc.
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:09:00 - [455]
 

Originally by: Mr Cleann
I just hope that when I log on this afternoon, That CCP didn't implement its sadistic sense of humor. By having us train the skills for crawling, ducking, bending, walking, running, jumping, climbing and grasping. I am fully expecting to have to train those skills.


I'm training Advanced Walking Upgrades V.

Drizzd
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:10:00 - [456]
 

Originally by: Archibald Creed
Originally by: Vanessa Powervain
Thanks for the mac link as well, however, seems like i'm in trouble.

Used an old image of EVE #247655, patched it to #267203 and patched once more to INCARNA #271273

Now, that worked just great. Shouldn't be the problem. However, when launching the game client, it doesn't show any EULA that I could accept :/

I've had the same problem on Singularity client before, worked around it by copying some configuration files out of the Local Settings/Application Data/CCP/EVE/c_program_files_ccp_eve_tranquility/settings/ folder from the old client into the new, that removed the request to accept the EULA. now, I'm a little disappointed that incarna FINAL still had that problem, any known issue to you guys?

using mac pro with mac os 10.6.7, ATI HD4890

Thanks =)
V.P.



Same Problem Here.

Somehow i hoped that when tranq. is back online, EULA news would show up.
But these are bad news.. :-/




Running iMac 27", 3.6 - i5, 8GB, ATI HD 5750, 10.6.7


like i wrote before - run the old client -> dont install patch -> accept eula -> restard old client -> install patch -> ready to go

Lorin Edehiel
Northmoor Inc.
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:11:00 - [457]
 

Originally by: Clementine A
Originally by: Lorin Edehiel
Originally by: 01011 101


I was making a joke at the "can I haz ur Stuffs" phrase, through rephrasing it in a more eloquent version.

Why say something silly like "I feel pity" and refering to me as being a "kiddo"

It says something about your maturity. It also conflicts with what you said earlier about players with "Experience, Brains, and Ideas"... a maturity of which you do not seem to represent through your phraseology.



your logic is valid. i am an old fool.
those who left had far more brains than i have and predicted what direction was eve going.

and that direction will be... growing income.
it's about money and nothing else.
since avg. IQ of players is dropping sharply nowadays, cccp is trying to adapt itself
and not go out of business. hence the idea of changing eve into wow.
making this game easier and simpler with every patch.
eye-candy effects over content and quality.


till this very day i had to CLICK to do what i wanted...
now i will have to WALK to be able to CLICK to DO what i want...
if that's evolution in terms of GUI...




So, please, just go click elsewhere and leave us low IQs alone :)

Oh, did you know that Eisenhower was no longer the president of the united states ?


who?

Clementine A
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:11:00 - [458]
 

Originally by: Archibald Creed
Originally by: Vanessa Powervain
Thanks for the mac link as well, however, seems like i'm in trouble.

Used an old image of EVE #247655, patched it to #267203 and patched once more to INCARNA #271273

Now, that worked just great. Shouldn't be the problem. However, when launching the game client, it doesn't show any EULA that I could accept :/

I've had the same problem on Singularity client before, worked around it by copying some configuration files out of the Local Settings/Application Data/CCP/EVE/c_program_files_ccp_eve_tranquility/settings/ folder from the old client into the new, that removed the request to accept the EULA. now, I'm a little disappointed that incarna FINAL still had that problem, any known issue to you guys?

using mac pro with mac os 10.6.7, ATI HD4890

Thanks =)
V.P.



Same Problem Here.

Somehow i hoped that when tranq. is back online, EULA news would show up.
But these are bad news.. :-/


Running iMac 27", 3.6 - i5, 8GB, ATI HD 5750, 10.6.7


delete ~/Library/App support/Eve online
you'll loose your settings, though.
Or revert the patch with time machine & wait for it to be "officially" released.

01011 101
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:11:00 - [459]
 

Originally by: Urgg Boolean
Originally by: Alabugin
Originally by: 01011 101
Originally by: Zi Yu San
We should be grateful that CCP continues to develop and evolve this game. It is what makes this game continue to be interesting. Unless you like things to stay the same always, in which case I am sure you just love WOW, or even better Sony's "Planetside". These are excellent choices, I admit, but I like what CCP is doing with Eve myself.


I feel the same. In general, the updates made to EVE compared to WOW are greater in scope imo.


Not to mention we are not charged for the updates.


I don't know guys : seems like only some of the changes have gameplay impact, but most are focusing on profits for CCP. Aurum = microtransactions. The 3D Captain's Quarters and organic visuals of WiS changes only catch EvE up to what the rest of the gaming companies were doing 5 years ago. Eye Candy + Tutorial changes = attracting new players = profits. And all this new eye candy is not useable if running multiple clients (from what I have read in this thread). All the changes for the upcoming Dust = focus on profits. Granted, most think the T3 nerf is a good thing for balance, but I think they eliminated the coolest feature of T3's because all other functions can be done by far cheaper ships. Changes to 0.0 with Dominion were essentially reversed and eliminated. 0.0 is still locked down. PI may become "big corps only" if they allow destruction of installations with DUST, as in, no wimpy solo player can afford to defend their installations and well established corps in their 0.0 safe zones will be the only ones doing PI to any meaningful extent (maybe). Six new mission? Not really - no creative PvE - Incursion is a cool idea, but it is still essentially shooter missions with enhanced NPC AI - nothing new or creative.

Enhancing the game? I don't think so. Enhancing profits? <-- this.


The general company goal is to satisfy shareholders and generate profits. I'd hate for CCP to go bandrupt and EVE as we know it dying, only to be poorly emulated by thirdparty servers.

As people have said, captains quarters is just the first initial step in a wider game environment progression.

I am not arguing that there are issues and areas of gameplay that need to be improved.

The "Carbon" technology is not on a level of being 5 years old, where did that come from, can you please back this comment up?

The Aurum is a device to allow for the payment for scripting and creation of small additional content similar to that of additional content for rpgs such as Eldar Scrolls or virtual chatrooms. Rather than make it purely money based (such as 5euro for additional content) they decided to impliment it into the game in the same way as plex's are.

If they decided to release code to allow third parties to script additional content for free, the eve universe would quickly be polluted and overun with a lower quality of material imo.


Michaelangelo en Divalone
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:12:00 - [460]
 

Originally by: Derik Istvan
*cries* I'M GOING TO MISS YOU, SHIP SPINNINESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

*SOB* *SOB* *SOB*



DONT WORRY YOU CAN STILL SPIN OUTSIDE!!!! Maybe you can character spin now trolololololol

Clementine A
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:13:00 - [461]
 

Originally by: Lorin Edehiel
Originally by: Clementine A
Originally by: Lorin Edehiel
Originally by: 01011 101


I was making a joke at the "can I haz ur Stuffs" phrase, through rephrasing it in a more eloquent version.

Why say something silly like "I feel pity" and refering to me as being a "kiddo"

It says something about your maturity. It also conflicts with what you said earlier about players with "Experience, Brains, and Ideas"... a maturity of which you do not seem to represent through your phraseology.



your logic is valid. i am an old fool.
those who left had far more brains than i have and predicted what direction was eve going.

and that direction will be... growing income.
it's about money and nothing else.
since avg. IQ of players is dropping sharply nowadays, cccp is trying to adapt itself
and not go out of business. hence the idea of changing eve into wow.
making this game easier and simpler with every patch.
eye-candy effects over content and quality.


till this very day i had to CLICK to do what i wanted...
now i will have to WALK to be able to CLICK to DO what i want...
if that's evolution in terms of GUI...




So, please, just go click elsewhere and leave us low IQs alone :)

Oh, did you know that Eisenhower was no longer the president of the united states ?


who?


Ike.

Martha Selby
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:13:00 - [462]
 

Personally I've been waiting for full-body avatars since I first bought Eve when the plug was being pulled on Earth & Beyond. Bring it on !!
(I hasten to add that I've had a few breaks away from Eve since then).

I want to be able to see more of the station innards, docking / undocking animations (these could just replace the black screens anyway) and, who knows, maybe even ships insides too.

Can't wait to get patched up and log in, even if it is just one room to wander around at the moment.

Anna Finster
Fnord Works
The Initiative.
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:13:00 - [463]
 

Originally by: elegance refined
Originally by: Hakaru Ishiwara
Originally by: IPX One
I am so glad that CCP launches a big expansion every six month!
And I like the idea that i don't pay for it at all!!

That is incorrect. Either we pay for these "expansions" with our subscription fees or these projects are funded separately though investment returns or other sources of capital. In short, there is a very good chance that the monthly subscription fees or purchased PLEXes are funding this software development work.

Nothing in business comes for free. Nothing.


Kudos for stating the obvious ! I just cant stop lmfao every time thread trolls say ccp is so kind to give us free patches , it is so apparent all they care about is their wallets ! Take this useless ken and barbie crap they are currently adding to draw in even more newb-tards , FIX THE DAMN LAG , so we can melt face without crashing the server , PLEASE


Stop whining crybaby, what did you think CCP was doing? It's legit business. You aren't going to work for fun are you?

Their business is to make money by keeping us entertained. So why should they intentionally mess with us? It's just that simple.

Eve keeps evolving, and that's much more than most of the MMOs out there can claim of themselves.

I'm keen on seeing CQ and finally walking in stations go live, along with all the other improvements they are constantly making.

Regarding your "fix teh lag" thing, you don't read devblogs, do you?

I'm kinda asking myself who's the newbtard here. Maybe start of by posting with your main.

DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf
Amarr
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:14:00 - [464]
 

Edited by: DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf on 21/06/2011 16:15:37
I like people moaning over updates, more often than not said people reduce their playtime as a result of their skewed views on what's happening and tbh... better EVE Community that way (who wants 11 mil users 9-10 mil of which are complete ******s that whine whenever progress robs them of their false sense of security or "proness" like WoW has currently, better ~1 mil population , not counting in the future Dusters, that plays the game as it evolves and strive to survive in a beautiful space game that is only 2-3 steps away from being a full blown space opera, clarification: those 2-3 steps are big ones, such as Skynet rat AI, a dynamic and ever evolving story and deeper range of exploration options).

The microtransaction crap is a bit tiring to say the least, not in that it's coming but in that some people think it is... CCP has already said: skins will all that will be bought via aurum, if you want a shinier looking ship convert a plex to aurum and buy it otherwise don't, they won't break your precious balance with these new vanity items and you're certainly not forced to buy anything but if ever CCP decides to transition into a microtransaction system for say its expansions (play on the old content or spend aurum to buy the newer stuff, balance stuff gets patched either way) depending on how well it's done I will support it (I mean come on... you can get plexes in-game for isk, most of the people who moan about "microtransactions" coming to EVE are the same morons that openly brag they swim in isk, is that really gonna make your argument sound anything but *****y?).

To sum it up: Don't like where things are going? There's always real life and it's as sandboxy as you want (sure no space ships but... suffice to say I am working on that bit personally YARRRR!! ). EVE is evolving, Dust is coming, if Incarna is the first stepping stone to where I think the game is going then one day in the not to distant future PVP might just include you running around your ship with a flamethrower repelling boarders) among a slew of other possibilities (the boarding mechanic can be easily balanced but I won't go into detail as this is not the place for such things).

Lorin Edehiel
Northmoor Inc.
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:16:00 - [465]
 

Originally by: Maldranan


Simplistic and inaccurate explanation aside, it's unfortunate that you can't understand why they can't just leave the game the way it was, or continue to do more of the same things. In this industry, if you stay the same, you lose business.

A great example is the call of duty series. After 3 or 4 WWII reiterations, reviews simply started to state "how many more WWII games are we going to get? Seriously, it's been played to death". The same would happen with Eve, people would get sick of the same old content.



chess, poker, Go, etc.
beside, things arent ment to last forever.
everything has the beginning, the golden age and the end.
cccp and eve included, mate.
you cant win with nature and time.
you can only struggle...


CrazyConflict
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:17:00 - [466]
 

Wow there alot of complainning going on even know they are give us a better game

Clementine A
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:18:00 - [467]
 

Originally by: Lorin Edehiel
Originally by: Maldranan


Simplistic and inaccurate explanation aside, it's unfortunate that you can't understand why they can't just leave the game the way it was, or continue to do more of the same things. In this industry, if you stay the same, you lose business.

A great example is the call of duty series. After 3 or 4 WWII reiterations, reviews simply started to state "how many more WWII games are we going to get? Seriously, it's been played to death". The same would happen with Eve, people would get sick of the same old content.



chess, poker, Go, etc.
beside, things arent ment to last forever.
everything has the beginning, the golden age and the end.
cccp and eve included, mate.
you cant win with nature and time.
you can only struggle...




Time to see the world as a whole!
Time to light the fire with the fuel!
That's a conscience movement,
in our hearts.
Everywhere you look red white and blue
Everywhere you look they're fooling you.

Every revolutionary
was once considered an enemy
Cointel underminded the life
Of Dr. Martin Luther King
Everywhere you look red white and blue
Everywhere you look they're fooling you.

One people, one struggle!
Stand United, Stand Peaceful!
One people, one struggle !

nameless1q
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:18:00 - [468]
 

Originally by: CrazyConflict
Wow there alot of complainning going on even know they are give us a better game



in your opinion

Vanthor
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:18:00 - [469]
 

Originally by: Vanthor
I know we all expected that it would go on longer, and i'm not one of those idiots who will be all 'OMG it's 5 secconds after they said i want my money back' but when will CCP learn that if they said 'we're gonna have the servers up by 22:00 tonight rather than 17:00.

That way when the servers go live at 21:00 all the n00bs will be like 'OMG 1 hour early, we love you CCP' rather than whining.


It's like i'm psycic or something :D

21:00 new estimated time.

DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf
Amarr
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:19:00 - [470]
 

Originally by: nameless1q
Originally by: CrazyConflict
Wow there alot of complainning going on even know they are give us a better game



in your opinion


Evolution > Stagnation, learn to adapt or die off, the only games you'll ever truly master are the simplest ones and EVE is not getting simpler, far from it.

Drizzd
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:19:00 - [471]
 

Yea .. as always you see 10 to 30 people whining louder than the 200 000 people who are silently happy they get a new expansion to play ...

Cheroth Morachi
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:20:00 - [472]
 

Originally by: Lorin Edehiel
Originally by: Vantaanya
Edited by: Vantaanya on 21/06/2011 06:07:04
Edited by: Vantaanya on 21/06/2011 05:43:03
Edited by: Vantaanya on 21/06/2011 05:40:54


Keep the good things coming CCP. You might get alot of hate for this update, but there are still people out there who think you are doing GREAT things. Keep it up :)


ever wonder why ppl are complaining about it?
or you are simply one of those ppl who are hypnotised by shinny, bright objects?



Some PEOPLE complain about it because they have a legitimate gripe. Some PEOPLE complain about it because they're spoiled, entitled little brats. Some PEOPLE complain about it because that's their default response for ANYTHING.

You may be option #1, but you come across as option #2 or #3. You likes your sandwich the way you likes your sandwich, and if someone makes it a different way, it might as well be a turd pressed between two shingles. You are at LEAST as lacking in objectivity as those you're denigrating in your posts.

Fact is, CCP is a business, and they're not in business to make the same game over and over and over again. Adapt and change - or die. If you don't like those changes, feel free to take your business elsewhere, but do it in the knowledge that; while we may be simpletons attracted to bright lights and shiny baubles, you're so scared of change, you might as well be a doddering old man, screaming and shaking his fist from the rocking chair on his porch. Go change your depends, have some prune juice, and get over yourself.

Archibald Creed
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:20:00 - [473]
 

Originally by: Clementine A
Originally by: Archibald Creed
Originally by: Vanessa Powervain
Thanks for the mac link as well, however, seems like i'm in trouble.

Used an old image of EVE #247655, patched it to #267203 and patched once more to INCARNA #271273

Now, that worked just great. Shouldn't be the problem. However, when launching the game client, it doesn't show any EULA that I could accept :/

I've had the same problem on Singularity client before, worked around it by copying some configuration files out of the Local Settings/Application Data/CCP/EVE/c_program_files_ccp_eve_tranquility/settings/ folder from the old client into the new, that removed the request to accept the EULA. now, I'm a little disappointed that incarna FINAL still had that problem, any known issue to you guys?

using mac pro with mac os 10.6.7, ATI HD4890

Thanks =)
V.P.



Same Problem Here.

Somehow i hoped that when tranq. is back online, EULA news would show up.
But these are bad news.. :-/


Running iMac 27", 3.6 - i5, 8GB, ATI HD 5750, 10.6.7


delete ~/Library/App support/Eve online
you'll loose your settings, though.
Or revert the patch with time machine & wait for it to be "officially" released.


Yeah, forgot the TM thing...

pretty easy 7 Minute roleback ;)

Now back to waiting...

Lorin Edehiel
Northmoor Inc.
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:20:00 - [474]
 

Edited by: Lorin Edehiel on 21/06/2011 16:21:35
Originally by: CrazyConflict
Wow there alot of complainning going on even know they are give us a better game



*log out
*log in
*move user to main page
*click bookmark
*find last page
*post


define better, please

DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf
Amarr
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:21:00 - [475]
 

The day I take bad opinions of a EVE expansion is the day Mittani and Chribba both post the new expansion sucks.

Ivanna Nuke
Gallente
Holders Of The Cowbell
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:21:00 - [476]
 

I think the servers require more cowbell, injected through a solitare diamond giraffe the beans could then create whole new breeds of hamsters who can run past the speed of a bank manager who owes money to the mafia.


Palovana
Caldari
Inner Fire Inc.
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:21:00 - [477]
 

Here's why Aurum is fuctarded:

1. Cash in one PLEX (30 days worth of game-time) and you get 3500 AUR.

2. Have fun buying your outfits, whatever floats your boat, etc.

3. You now have one of every piece of [virtual clothing and other doodads] from the MT store.

4. You have roughly 3450 AUR left. Each ~120 AUR should be redeemable for one day of gametime, but it's not.

5. CCP has successfully gotten you to waste about 28 to 29 days of a 30-day PLEX, gametime for which they will NEVER credit you - you now have a huge stack of useless AUR.

6. ???

7. CCP PROFIT, YOU LOSE.

Don't fall into the Aurum trap.

(Yes, I know you can buy MT stuff and sell it for ISK on the market, but you're now wasting your time that you would otherwise be using to earn ISK in more fun ways).

henchana
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:22:00 - [478]
 

Edited by: henchana on 21/06/2011 16:26:28
Soooo where is this manificent 4.6 GIGA bit client???

Incompatible version..... knew that all ready!

Evil or Very Mad

Bibosikus
Gallente
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:22:00 - [479]
 

Just wondering, due to the delays, how many other poor b*st*rds like me are going to be ****faced by the time we can log in :s


Nite Fury
Posted - 2011.06.21 16:23:00 - [480]
 

Edited by: Nite Fury on 21/06/2011 16:25:10
Firstly, well done CCP!

To all the moaners. If you can do better... then why don't you.... oh yes..... You can't.... if you had any idea what is involved in game programming and MMOs you would not be complaining. Wonder if any of you can actually draw an 3D sphere in a #D design program?

Live deployment is always different from testing... because there is always some smuck trying to do something weird. Yes... I agree bugs are annoying, but have you tried to hunt for bugs in coding? No? Then keep quite.

Again.. well done CCP.


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