Wonder what the year was like for CCP? The EVE Community Developers; Convict, Dopamine, and Spider tell us.
On this special episode, CCP Dopamine and CCP Goodfella join Matterall and Carneros to discuss the recent CSM Summit. The week long CSM summit, which occurs twice annually at CCP’s headquarters in Reykjavik, Iceland, is an opportunity for the player-elected Council of Stellar Management to meet with CCP and provide input and feedback on the ongoing development of Eve Online.
On this episode, a full panel of experienced guests join the regular crew of Artimus, Ron, and Silver to discuss the Cyno Changes and how they have affected capital warfare across the New Eden cluster. Later, we take another dive into the latest developments of the ongoing Southern War. Guests Adramelech Indra (Horde Vanguard. [Pandemic Horde]) Dawn Rhea (SUNDERING [Goonswarm Federation]) Johnny Trousersnake (Horde Vanguard. [Pandemic Horde]) Jon Hun (The Suicide Kings [Test Alliance Please Ignore]) TIS Crew Artimus Albosa (NOIR.) RonUSMC (Dreddit [Test Alliance Please Ignore]) Silver Suspiria (Mecha Enterprises Fleet [Federation Uprising])
EVE development details are arriving fast and furious with four devblogs in the last weekl security, skills on demand, war decleration changes and a 64bit client. Focusing on war dec changes, we have IChooseYou, Radamere Johanson from TEST, and Commander Aze, a long time proponent of war dec reform.
On Feb 13th, 2019 CCP announced the Alliance Tournament would be on hiatus. In other words, no alliance tournament this year. It had been losing viewership over the last two years and it needed to be reimagined. We asked CCP Falcon and Elise Randolph to discuss the future and past of the tournament.
This week on Talking in Stations, we look down South – in the region of Immensea – where there have been some strategic alliance movements. We will talk with Vily from TEST and Garst Tyrell from Triumvirate. Are these activities the opening shots to something much bigger? In our second half, we look at the diversity of CSM 2018 and what it means for the soul of Eve. Is Eve missing out on opportunities for player engagement and interaction because most of the CSM candidates are very homogeneous in their thinking?