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Eve Online (stylised EVE Online) is a |Edge = 8/10 |GameRev = B+ |GSpot = 8/10 |GameZone = 8.8/10 |GSpy = |IGN = 8/10 |MC = 69%
88% (Apocrypha) |GR = 74.50%
89.33% (Apocrypha) |award1=MMORPG.com Best Over All Game 2007 |award2=Best MMO of 2008 Beckett Massive Online Gamer |award3=MMORPG.com Game of the Year 2009 |award4=MMORPG.com Game of the Year 2010 |award5=MMORPG.com Game of the Year 2011 }}

Eve Online received mixed reviews at the launch of the game in 2003 but more favorable reviews later in its lifecycle. The original version received 74.50% on GameRankings and 69% on Metacritic. The Apocrypha expansion released in 2009 has an aggregate score of 88% on Metacritic and 89.33% GameRankings.com.

In 2013, PC Gamer placed Eve Online at #12 on their list of 100 Greatest Games of All Time.

In June 2013, the Museum of Modern Art added Eve Online to its permanent collection of video games. The game is showcased as a "day in the universe" video. To create this, CCP Games called upon Eve Onlines large player-base to provide gameplay footage of the game. Furthermore, CCP Games contributed a large amount of data from its servers, which were compiled to produce a "stunning view" of the accomplishments of player collaborations.

Awards[edit]

  • PC Gamer Sweden: Best Online RPG 2003
  • SuperPlay GULDPIXELN 2003: Online Game of the year
  • 2003 Gamespy Best Graphics
  • 2005 MMORPG.com Best Graphics, Best PvP, Favorite Company, and Reader's Choice Best Game
  • 2006 MMORPG.com Favorite Graphics, Favorite PvE, Favorite PvP, Favorite Story, and Favorite Game
  • 2007 MMORPG.com Best Overall Game of 2007
  • 2009 MMORPG.com Game of the Year
  • 2010 MMORPG.com Game of the Year
  • 2011 MMORPG.com Game of the Year

Other media[edit]

In 2013, CCP said that they had made deals to create both a comic book and a television series based on Eve Online. The comic, titled Eve: True Stories, was released by Dark Horse Comics and made available for free online in 2014. Following this, a physical version of the graphic novel containing bonus material was made available that same year. To make the television series, CCP signed a deal with Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur. As of May 2013, no information has been given about the title or the premiere date of the television series. The storylines from both the graphic novel and the television series will be based on actual player-driven events that happened in the game.

Tie-in novels[edit]

  • EVE: The Empyrean Age (2009) by Tony Gonzalez
  • EVE: The Burning Life (2010) by Hyalti Danielsson
  • EVE: Templar One (2012) by Tony Gonzalez

Source[edit]

http://wikipedia.org/

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