December marked the end of the physical printing of EVE Online's EON magazine as publishers felt it would do better as digital only. January, however, marks both the first and last digital copy of EON as CCP Games has announced the end of all versions.
EON was conceived when the death of print publishing was loudly being proclaimed and gaming magazines seemed to be dying with prompt regularity. Against such a dark background, the idea to devote an entire publication to one game (and in 2005 a comparatively small one) seemed ever-so-slightly insane, and yet in spite of all predictions - including our own wildest ambitions - EON managed to thrive for a good few years and survive a good few more. In that time we've been honoured to work within a community of gamers that has no equal, aiming to mirror its efforts so that we might do them justice. To them - to you - EON will stand as a lasting tribute that will persist - gathering dust perhaps, but immune to digital extinction - for at least as long as New Eden itself.
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