Just to let you all know, those that read my blog on a regular basis, I have not stopped blogging about gaming; just took a short break. Next week, or the next couple of weeks, I will be doing entries surrounding the game of EVE. My love/hate relationship with the game continues. EVE is a unique game and in being unique CCP has unlimited opportunity to do things with it many other developers cannot do with their games. Since CCP is about to unleash the first part of their Incarna expansion I thought this might be a good time to do some writing on the game. EVE is, as I said, a guilty pleasure of mine, that intrigues me and also infuriates me, and makes me question my own beliefs on what makes a an MMORPG a good game worthy of paying a monthly fee for. With that said, I look forward to the next couple of weeks, because CCP is one of those game companies that is constantly improving their game in ways that only make playing their game that much more enjoyable - the question is; how far are they willing to go to take the game to new levels? Will it still be a game all about Internet space-ships, or will it grow and expand into other avenues of game play, increasing the size of its sandbox even further? Incarna is merely a stepping stone. Dust 514, again, just another step added to the stairs. In my up and coming entries I really hope to discuss the old EVE and the new EVE, and find a happy ground as to what CCP really needs to concentrate on to make EVE the very best and unique gaming experience available online.