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Etheoma
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:27:00 - [121]
 

Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:32:10
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:29:54
I do however love that this discussion has sidetracked everyone from the fact that the sever was supposed to be up 2 hours and 55 minutes ago well tbh its not a shocker, 12 hours i would say that the least the server is going to be down another half hour never take eve extended downtime's at face value always add at least 25% and that being kind usually after that double it and that's when it will probably be up, so I'm guessing 7am ugt 24 hours

Reteris
Caldari
Eaglewrath Incorporated
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:29:00 - [122]
 

Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

1. Buying ISK with PLEX doesn't create in-game items such as modules out of thin air.

This is your only valid point in the whole waste of characters you call a post

Originally by: Khefira

2. If you need to play 16h a day for buying a PLEX you are doing something wrong.

Keep up with the conversation, I need to play 16hrs a day to pay for my faction-fit ship addiction! Estamal's Ravens aren't cheap!

Originally by: Khefira

3. Buying PLEX, converting them to AUR and buying items on NeX DOES create items out of thin air, game wise.

Yeah, I am so upset that people can use IRL cash to make funny hats and skirts appear out of thin air, will cut down on my tailoring sales, not to mention the work of all the people who haul textiles and thread for me... wait a sec, no one makes clothes in game, and clothes don't do **** for you, so no one cares at all about it, STOP PRETENDING YOU DO!

Originally by: Khefira

4. The impact this will have on the economy is yet to be seen - but as M&D has already predicted, it would change EVE's economy (and therefore the sandbox) to the worse, since you won't be able to create those items without paying for them with cash.

Yes, look to the M&D 'experts' for predictions. Seeing as how often they investin each others schemes only to have someone go AWOL and RMT the proceeds they OBVIOUSLY are the best source of predictions.

Originally by: Khefira

5. As a result for this PLEX prices rise, mineral and "normal" item prices will go down. See where this is going?

Fire and brimstone coming down from the skies! Rivers and seas boiling!
Forty years of darkness! Earthquakes, volcanoes...
The dead rising from the grave!
Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together... mass hysteria!

Originally by: Khefira

5. PLEX was created to counter RMT, whereas AUR is for filling CCP's pockets.

Whuy do you have 2 5's?



Haha.. 2 fives. I like that. Nice....

Khefira
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:32:00 - [123]
 

Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

1. Buying ISK with PLEX doesn't create in-game items such as modules out of thin air.

This is your only valid point in the whole waste of characters you call a post


Okay, at least you understood something.

Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

2. If you need to play 16h a day for buying a PLEX you are doing something wrong.

Keep up with the conversation, I need to play 16hrs a day to pay for my faction-fit ship addiction! Estamal's Ravens aren't cheap!

This has nothing to do with paying for your subscription with PLEX. (Also it's just pretty sad)


Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

3. Buying PLEX, converting them to AUR and buying items on NeX DOES create items out of thin air, game wise.

Yeah, I am so upset that people can use IRL cash to make funny hats and skirts appear out of thin air, will cut down on my tailoring sales, not to mention the work of all the people who haul textiles and thread for me... wait a sec, no one makes clothes in game, and clothes don't do **** for you, so no one cares at all about it, STOP PRETENDING YOU DO!

It's not the clothing that's the problem, it was ships and modules i was talking about.

Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

4. The impact this will have on the economy is yet to be seen - but as M&D has already predicted, it would change EVE's economy (and therefore the sandbox) to the worse, since you won't be able to create those items without paying for them with cash.

Yes, look to the M&D 'experts' for predictions. Seeing as how often they investin each others schemes only to have someone go AWOL and RMT the proceeds they OBVIOUSLY are the best source of predictions.

There are obviously people who understand the game's economy better than you do. They made billions (some even trillions) from predicting the impact a patch will have on the economy.

Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

5. As a result for this PLEX prices rise, mineral and "normal" item prices will go down. See where this is going?

Fire and brimstone coming down from the skies! Rivers and seas boiling!
Forty years of darkness! Earthquakes, volcanoes...
The dead rising from the grave!
Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together... mass hysteria!

No. It means it will be even harder for players to fund their accounts by PLEX.

Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

5. PLEX was created to counter RMT, whereas AUR is for filling CCP's pockets.

Whuy do you have 2 5's?


Typo. umad?

Sergeant RL3
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:32:00 - [124]
 

I love how often the word free is thrown around, its not like i pay 360 dollars a year on this game or anything, which is enough to buy 5-6 expansions per year of any other game. Everyone acts like they are doing us such a huge favor by adding new content,if they didn't add anything new the game would have died a long time ago and probably the company with it.

Personally i couldn't care less about walking in stations, the new maller looks cool but i doubt i will be flying it, the turrets seem good though.

LuNaRiAn SeRpEnT
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:32:00 - [125]
 

Originally by: Etheoma
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 17:53:41
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 17:52:37
Originally by: LuNaRiAn SeRpEnT
Originally by: Khefira
- No new gameplay-features added
- Only one out of four CQs got finished (which doesn't add gameplay features either, it only looks "kind of fancy")
- Still no interaction with other player's avatars
- ONE new ship model
- Still no missile bays
- No new ships added
- CCP tries to milk its players for money by introducing microtransaction
- Patch notes say:
"Dogma, the process that handles attributes on items and how they are modified, was massively re-engineered. This change shouldn’t affect players or change gameplay in any way but is the groundwork for features in following releases."

Oh wow, so you will probably be able to buy new overpowered modules for your internetspaceships via Aurum, which you are supposed to create by converting PLEX you created with RL-Cash.

If I REALLY wanted to spend my RL Cash on internet fashion pixels and want to ****wave around other player's avatars with my fancy overpriced clothing, I'd play Second Life. But no, I play EVE because of the internet spaceships gameplay - and this expansion has done next to nothing to it.


WTB the 2003-Dominion Dev Team, at least they added GOOD gameplay features.


Really? What a life you must have to complain about another free improvement. Did your parents not hit you enough or something?

Do you think that changing the entire game is some simple task? They could have just pulled the plug on Eve and started creating a completely different game, but they chose to be loyal to their customers and add the new CONTENT as a free expansion..once again. You think they are milking you for money? Don't ****ing spend the money. It is not required to play and in no way are they forcing you to do it.

They have explained in more than enough detail that this expansion will take some time and a few phases to implement. Anyone with half the IQ necessary for normal bodily function should be able to see that what they are doing here is an extremely difficult and significant upgrade and modification to this game.

Your post is just pointless drivel about things you obviously don't understand at all. There is absolutely nothing for you to complain about here, period. STFU you dumb little child.


so what your saying is you think even once the incarna patches are finished it will add more to the game than WH space or any other expansion, and the improvement arnt free we pay near 15 euros a month which seeing as for most games you only pay $5 a month and then you have to buy new games ok eve take more upkeep than most games but euros 10 is probably enough to run the serves and the extra 4.5 a month over 6 months = 27 euro's and considering most mmos only upgrade every 2 years or so because they change near everything it probably adds up to the same work that goes into 2 6month expansions so thats 54 euros a year you pay for expansions so don't say its free we damn well pay for it.

so you stop attacking people when you plainly dont know what your talking about

and we never said that adding incarna didn't take a LOT of work, building a skysc****r out of **** would take a lot of effort but it would still be ****.

and i dont complain just to complain i turly think the money would have been better spent on doing something else.


What I am saying is that Incarna is the begninning of what is necessary to expand Eve beyond what it is currently capable of. You can only build so much on a single foundation. The only other options are to build a new structure (scrap Eve and force people who like the genre to buy a new product like every other MMO), or expand the current foundation to support more construction. Option B benefits all of the Eve players far more than option 1. The simple truth is that the people here who are whining are simply just ignorant.

Reteris
Caldari
Eaglewrath Incorporated
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:33:00 - [126]
 

Originally by: Etheoma
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:29:54
I do however love that this discussion has sidetracked everyone from the fact that the sever was supposed to be up 2 hours and 55 minutes ago well tbh its not a shocker, 12 hours i would say that the least the server is going to be down another half hour never take eve extended downtime's at face value always add at least 25% and that being kind usually after that double it and that's when it will probably be up


No, the original unaltered estimate was that the servers would return at 19:00 EVE time. It's only 18:30 EVE time. They aren't late yet.

Deviana Sevidon
Gallente
Panta-Rhei
Butterfly Effect Alliance
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:33:00 - [127]
 

Many consider Red Moon Rising as one of the best expansions, but they were either not around when the patch was deployed or have forgotten what happened. TQ was offline for a day and when the server came online, it was practically unplayable, with horrible lag, even in empty systems. Not to mention, that EVE had more bugs then Klendathu after the release. It took CCP a week to fix the expansion into something that could be enjoyed.

LuNaRiAn SeRpEnT
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:34:00 - [128]
 

Originally by: Etheoma
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:32:10
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:29:54
I do however love that this discussion has sidetracked everyone from the fact that the sever was supposed to be up 2 hours and 55 minutes ago well tbh its not a shocker, 12 hours i would say that the least the server is going to be down another half hour never take eve extended downtime's at face value always add at least 25% and that being kind usually after that double it and that's when it will probably be up, so I'm guessing 7am ugt 24 hours


Really, because the official time it was supposed to be up originally was 1900 server time. At the time of your post they still had a half hour.

Since you hate the game so bad, why not leave?

Tyr Kurvora
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:35:00 - [129]
 

Originally by: Etheoma
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:32:10
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:29:54
I do however love that this discussion has sidetracked everyone from the fact that the sever was supposed to be up 2 hours and 55 minutes ago well tbh its not a shocker, 12 hours i would say that the least the server is going to be down another half hour never take eve extended downtime's at face value always add at least 25% and that being kind usually after that double it and that's when it will probably be up, so I'm guessing 7am ugt 24 hours


Original estimate - 17:00 UTC = 1:00PM EDT
Extended - 21:00 UTC = 5:00PM EDT

The servers were originally supposed to be up 1.5 hours ago, now they're not supposed to be up for another 2.5

Khefira
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:36:00 - [130]
 

Originally by: LuNaRiAn SeRpEnT

What I am saying is that Incarna is the begninning of what is necessary to expand Eve beyond what it is currently capable of. You can only build so much on a single foundation. The only other options are to build a new structure (scrap Eve and force people who like the genre to buy a new product like every other MMO), or expand the current foundation to support more construction. Option B benefits all of the Eve players far more than option 1. The simple truth is that the people here who are whining are simply just ignorant.

Yeah, how about fixing the stuff that's already broken first?
Also EVE's current structure still had A LOT stuff that could've been added, before introducing Incarna.

Alexis Frain
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:37:00 - [131]
 

Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

3. Buying PLEX, converting them to AUR and buying items on NeX DOES create items out of thin air, game wise.

Yeah, I am so upset that people can use IRL cash to make funny hats and skirts appear out of thin air, will cut down on my tailoring sales, not to mention the work of all the people who haul textiles and thread for me... wait a sec, no one makes clothes in game, and clothes don't do **** for you, so no one cares at all about it, STOP PRETENDING YOU DO!

It's not the clothing that's the problem, it was ships and modules i was talking about.



Being serious for a moment, where did they (CCP) post that ships and modules were part of AUR? I thought it was only CQ stuff.

LuNaRiAn SeRpEnT
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:38:00 - [132]
 

Originally by: Deviana Sevidon
Many consider Red Moon Rising as one of the best expansions, but they were either not around when the patch was deployed or have forgotten what happened. TQ was offline for a day and when the server came online, it was practically unplayable, with horrible lag, even in empty systems. Not to mention, that EVE had more bugs then Klendathu after the release. It took CCP a week to fix the expansion into something that could be enjoyed.


People these days are just whiney little ****s that don't have the slightest idea what it takes to make something like Eve happen and to keep it happening for years.

Not one person in here could create something like Eve, let alone any product that is perfect that nobody would complain about.

I think it is repulsive that you ****ing humans complain when you are given something for nothing. If you don't like the new features, DON'T ****ING USE THEM. They are not taking anything away from anyone...simply adding more.

Is it more that you babies feel like your not as good at life because somebody in a game has an item that you don't have?

Deviana Sevidon
Gallente
Panta-Rhei
Butterfly Effect Alliance
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:39:00 - [133]
 

Also the absolutely worst expansion was Tyrannis. The clickfest is such a big design failure, that it is the first step of running Dust514 into the ground.

Landlady
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:40:00 - [134]
 

Originally by: Khefira
Typo. umad?


Ok, I'm gonna have to stop you right there, you acting butthurt when I'm trolling you hardcore is too funny. I guess tongue-in-cheek humor is more effective when my partner is smart enough to understand they are part of the act, I though at least you'd pick up on homour with the estamal's ravens comment at least.

No matter, I leave this thread to people with more vested interest in the topic than myself!


Reteris
Caldari
Eaglewrath Incorporated
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:40:00 - [135]
 

Originally by: Tyr Kurvora
Originally by: Etheoma
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:32:10
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:29:54
I do however love that this discussion has sidetracked everyone from the fact that the sever was supposed to be up 2 hours and 55 minutes ago well tbh its not a shocker, 12 hours i would say that the least the server is going to be down another half hour never take eve extended downtime's at face value always add at least 25% and that being kind usually after that double it and that's when it will probably be up, so I'm guessing 7am ugt 24 hours


Original estimate - 17:00 UTC = 1:00PM EDT
Extended - 21:00 UTC = 5:00PM EDT

The servers were originally supposed to be up 1.5 hours ago, now they're not supposed to be up for another 2.5


Where was it posted that it would be 17:00 UTC? It's been set for 19:00 since 2 weeks ago (when it showed up on the EVE calendar? (posted by CCP on the calandar at 6/5/2011 if I recall. Download was clearly labeled at 14 hours)

Khefira
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:41:00 - [136]
 

Originally by: Alexis Frain
Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

3. Buying PLEX, converting them to AUR and buying items on NeX DOES create items out of thin air, game wise.

Yeah, I am so upset that people can use IRL cash to make funny hats and skirts appear out of thin air, will cut down on my tailoring sales, not to mention the work of all the people who haul textiles and thread for me... wait a sec, no one makes clothes in game, and clothes don't do **** for you, so no one cares at all about it, STOP PRETENDING YOU DO!

It's not the clothing that's the problem, it was ships and modules i was talking about.



Being serious for a moment, where did they (CCP) post that ships and modules were part of AUR? I thought it was only CQ stuff.


Devs said they would make different ships available for purchase via NeX. One of them is the Ishukone Watch Scorpion. The problem is that it wouldn't use up a normal Scorpion previously built by players, nor a blueprint generated by - for example - LP in a LP store.

Tyr Kurvora
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:43:00 - [137]
 

Originally by: Reteris
Originally by: Tyr Kurvora
Originally by: Etheoma
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:32:10
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:29:54
I do however love that this discussion has sidetracked everyone from the fact that the sever was supposed to be up 2 hours and 55 minutes ago well tbh its not a shocker, 12 hours i would say that the least the server is going to be down another half hour never take eve extended downtime's at face value always add at least 25% and that being kind usually after that double it and that's when it will probably be up, so I'm guessing 7am ugt 24 hours


Original estimate - 17:00 UTC = 1:00PM EDT
Extended - 21:00 UTC = 5:00PM EDT

The servers were originally supposed to be up 1.5 hours ago, now they're not supposed to be up for another 2.5


Where was it posted that it would be 17:00 UTC? It's been set for 19:00 since 2 weeks ago (when it showed up on the EVE calendar? (posted by CCP on the calandar at 6/5/2011 if I recall. Download was clearly labeled at 14 hours)


Uh..on the front page.

"Incarna 1.0 is scheduled for deployment during an extended downtime on Tuesday, June 21. Downtime will begin at 07:00 UTC and is expected to be completed by 17:00 UTC."

"Incarna 1.0 is currently being deployed. The database updates are taking longer than expected, and therefore the downtime has been extended. We expect to open Tranquility to the players at 21:00 UTC. Thank you for your understanding."

Adunh Slavy
Ammatar Trade Syndicate
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:44:00 - [138]
 

Originally by: JayAlba
DON'T FORGET IT IS A FREE EXPANSION


Goebbels is that you? Post with your main.

Khefira
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:45:00 - [139]
 

Originally by: LuNaRiAn SeRpEnT
Originally by: Deviana Sevidon
Many consider Red Moon Rising as one of the best expansions, but they were either not around when the patch was deployed or have forgotten what happened. TQ was offline for a day and when the server came online, it was practically unplayable, with horrible lag, even in empty systems. Not to mention, that EVE had more bugs then Klendathu after the release. It took CCP a week to fix the expansion into something that could be enjoyed.


People these days are just whiney little ****s that don't have the slightest idea what it takes to make something like Eve happen and to keep it happening for years.

Not one person in here could create something like Eve, let alone any product that is perfect that nobody would complain about.

I think it is repulsive that you ****ing humans complain when you are given something for nothing. If you don't like the new features, DON'T ****ING USE THEM. They are not taking anything away from anyone...simply adding more.

Is it more that you babies feel like your not as good at life because somebody in a game has an item that you don't have?


Wow, you sure are mad as hell. Also you should finally get it. EVE isn't something we get for free. We aren't getting the expansions for free either. We have to pay a subscription for it. If your meal is ****, you don't thank the cook for making it either, right? (Let's say dessert, EVE is great, this expansion isn't)

Reteris
Caldari
Eaglewrath Incorporated
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:45:00 - [140]
 

Originally by: LuNaRiAn SeRpEnT
Originally by: Deviana Sevidon
Many consider Red Moon Rising as one of the best expansions, but they were either not around when the patch was deployed or have forgotten what happened. TQ was offline for a day and when the server came online, it was practically unplayable, with horrible lag, even in empty systems. Not to mention, that EVE had more bugs then Klendathu after the release. It took CCP a week to fix the expansion into something that could be enjoyed.


People these days are just whiney little ****s that don't have the slightest idea what it takes to make something like Eve happen and to keep it happening for years.

Not one person in here could create something like Eve, let alone any product that is perfect that nobody would complain about.

I think it is repulsive that you ****ing humans complain when you are given something for nothing. If you don't like the new features, DON'T ****ING USE THEM. They are not taking anything away from anyone...simply adding more.

Is it more that you babies feel like your not as good at life because somebody in a game has an item that you don't have?


Heck, don't I know this! Heh, I'm a professional developer (nothing as large as EVE) but I'll tell you what, no matter what you do, big or small, there will always be that group that will complain complain complain. Even with it's a perfect deployment and works very well (and isn't forced). I remember when we added something as simple as using [ctrl] + [c] for copy and paste to a teacher application we had built, the users were complaining because they didn't want to use the keyboard for that. It's like, "ok, then use the menu like you always do. We aren't forcing you to use the keyboard". CCP has always done a great job. I can't say that I have enjoyed every patch (wasn't into Incursion) but thats ok, I'm not being forced to do Incursions so I'm ok with that. Diminion was the most recent one I really liked. Been waiting for Incarna for while though.

Khefira
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:47:00 - [141]
 

Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira
Typo. umad?


Ok, I'm gonna have to stop you right there, you acting butthurt when I'm trolling you hardcore is too funny. I guess tongue-in-cheek humor is more effective when my partner is smart enough to understand they are part of the act, I though at least you'd pick up on homour with the estamal's ravens comment at least.

No matter, I leave this thread to people with more vested interest in the topic than myself!




Don't get me wrong, but I can't decide anymore whether people are serious or not in this thread. Too many people are posting ******ed stuff and are totally serious about it.

Alexis Frain
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:47:00 - [142]
 

Originally by: Khefira
Originally by: Alexis Frain
Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

3. Buying PLEX, converting them to AUR and buying items on NeX DOES create items out of thin air, game wise.

Yeah, I am so upset that people can use IRL cash to make funny hats and skirts appear out of thin air, will cut down on my tailoring sales, not to mention the work of all the people who haul textiles and thread for me... wait a sec, no one makes clothes in game, and clothes don't do **** for you, so no one cares at all about it, STOP PRETENDING YOU DO!

It's not the clothing that's the problem, it was ships and modules i was talking about.



Being serious for a moment, where did they (CCP) post that ships and modules were part of AUR? I thought it was only CQ stuff.


Devs said they would make different ships available for purchase via NeX. One of them is the Ishukone Watch Scorpion. The problem is that it wouldn't use up a normal Scorpion previously built by players, nor a blueprint generated by - for example - LP in a LP store.


Was this in some kind of written post or just something that was said somewhere on video? I don't remember hearing that so thats why I was asking. If it was in a video do you happen to have a link for it? I'd like to view it.

Adunh Slavy
Ammatar Trade Syndicate
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:47:00 - [143]
 

Originally by: LuNaRiAn SeRpEnT

Not one person in here could create something like Eve, let alone any product that is perfect that nobody would complain about.



LOL, not done much work in the IT world have we?

Cipher Jones
Minmatar
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:47:00 - [144]
 

Originally by: Khefira
- No new gameplay-features added
- Only one out of four CQs got finished (which doesn't add gameplay features either, it only looks "kind of fancy")
- Still no interaction with other player's avatars
- ONE new ship model
- Still no missile bays
- No new ships added
- CCP tries to milk its players for money by introducing microtransaction
- Patch notes say:
"Dogma, the process that handles attributes on items and how they are modified, was massively re-engineered. This change shouldn’t affect players or change gameplay in any way but is the groundwork for features in following releases."

Oh wow, so you will probably be able to buy new overpowered modules for your internetspaceships via Aurum, which you are supposed to create by converting PLEX you created with RL-Cash.

If I REALLY wanted to spend my RL Cash on internet fashion pixels and want to ****wave around other player's avatars with my fancy overpriced clothing, I'd play Second Life. But no, I play EVE because of the internet spaceships gameplay - and this expansion has done next to nothing to it.


WTB the 2003-Dominion Dev Team, at least they added GOOD gameplay features.


Whenever you say something non violent is terrible without experiencing it you are rationalizing.


Reteris
Caldari
Eaglewrath Incorporated
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:49:00 - [145]
 

Edited by: Reteris on 21/06/2011 18:52:51
Edited by: Reteris on 21/06/2011 18:52:31
Edited by: Reteris on 21/06/2011 18:51:34
Originally by: Tyr Kurvora
Originally by: Reteris
Originally by: Tyr Kurvora
Originally by: Etheoma
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:32:10
Edited by: Etheoma on 21/06/2011 18:29:54
I do however love that this discussion has sidetracked everyone from the fact that the sever was supposed to be up 2 hours and 55 minutes ago well tbh its not a shocker, 12 hours i would say that the least the server is going to be down another half hour never take eve extended downtime's at face value always add at least 25% and that being kind usually after that double it and that's when it will probably be up, so I'm guessing 7am ugt 24 hours


Original estimate - 17:00 UTC = 1:00PM EDT
Extended - 21:00 UTC = 5:00PM EDT

The servers were originally supposed to be up 1.5 hours ago, now they're not supposed to be up for another 2.5


Where was it posted that it would be 17:00 UTC? It's been set for 19:00 since 2 weeks ago (when it showed up on the EVE calendar? (posted by CCP on the calandar at 6/5/2011 if I recall. Download was clearly labeled at 14 hours)


Uh..on the front page.

"Incarna 1.0 is scheduled for deployment during an extended downtime on Tuesday, June 21. Downtime will begin at 07:00 UTC and is expected to be completed by 17:00 UTC."

"Incarna 1.0 is currently being deployed. The database updates are taking longer than expected, and therefore the downtime has been extended. We expect to open Tranquility to the players at 21:00 UTC. Thank you for your understanding."


Alright. Fair enough. I didn't see that part. I was looking at the calendar..

Khefira
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:52:00 - [146]
 

Originally by: Alexis Frain

Was this in some kind of written post or just something that was said somewhere on video? I don't remember hearing that so thats why I was asking. If it was in a video do you happen to have a link for it? I'd like to view it.


Quote:
Originally by: CCP Zinfandel In this first version of the store, we don't yet have support for BPCs. Specifically, we can't tell the BPC how many runs it has on it. So we can't use that as a way to sell the Ishukone Watch Scorpion battleship. Right now our plan is to temporarily sell whole ships until this fall.



LuNaRiAn SeRpEnT
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:53:00 - [147]
 

Originally by: Alexis Frain
Originally by: Landlady
Originally by: Khefira

3. Buying PLEX, converting them to AUR and buying items on NeX DOES create items out of thin air, game wise.

Yeah, I am so upset that people can use IRL cash to make funny hats and skirts appear out of thin air, will cut down on my tailoring sales, not to mention the work of all the people who haul textiles and thread for me... wait a sec, no one makes clothes in game, and clothes don't do **** for you, so no one cares at all about it, STOP PRETENDING YOU DO!

It's not the clothing that's the problem, it was ships and modules i was talking about.



It is only vanity items. These pathetic sacks of skin are just making things up so they have something to complain about. It doesn't matter if it is really real or not, they just need something to ***** about to distract them from the dissatisfaction they have in themselves and the pathetic little "lives" they have.
Being serious for a moment, where did they (CCP) post that ships and modules were part of AUR? I thought it was only CQ stuff.

Alexis Frain
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:54:00 - [148]
 

Originally by: Khefira
Originally by: Alexis Frain

Was this in some kind of written post or just something that was said somewhere on video? I don't remember hearing that so thats why I was asking. If it was in a video do you happen to have a link for it? I'd like to view it.


Quote:
Originally by: CCP Zinfandel In this first version of the store, we don't yet have support for BPCs. Specifically, we can't tell the BPC how many runs it has on it. So we can't use that as a way to sell the Ishukone Watch Scorpion battleship. Right now our plan is to temporarily sell whole ships until this fall.


Ahh ok. Interesting...


lukalee
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:56:00 - [149]
 

I will gladly pay $39.99 for a real EVE expansion! Please get more developers and give me more pve content.Razz

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TarNec
Posted - 2011.06.21 18:57:00 - [150]
 



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