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John McCarroll
EVE Online Review
Based on Incursion 1.0.
02.06.11 - 5:15 PM

I remember when I was first introduced to EVE Online: E3 2003. When the title was still being published by Simon and Schuster Interactive in North America, I had an appointment to see the game with former editor Rob Bogdanowicz. I don't remember much about the early version of the title, but I do remember that the gentleman demoing us the game was fascinated with the game's Warp Drive. After he yelled "Warp Drive!" a few times, I made up another appointment that I had to be at and abandoned Rob at their booth. No one ever said I was all benevolent.

All that aside, check out Andrew's review of today's version of the game below!

Editor's Note, 02.07.11: Due to an issue with Word's "Track Changes" function during editing, you may have noticed a lot of issues with this review. That was our bad, and the review below has been fixed. Sorry for the inconvenience that this may have caused.


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