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EVE Online Q&A with Senior Producer Nathan Richardsson

Posted Wed, Oct 11, 2006 by LadySirse

Iceland’s one-and-only games developer have other plans for their award-winning online space adventure

That is what Stargamer aims to find out about in their chat with Nathan Richardsson.

With over 145,000 paying customers EVE may not have the numbers to compare with World of Warcraft, but given the output of content and the level of communication with the player base, CCP appear keen to explore an unceasing stream of ideas to develop EVE further, and not just in-game: With a collectable card game about to hit the shelves, novels being typed up and a thriving online store selling items from T-shirts to mugs and even socks, EVE’s is a universe that clearly has frontiers that reach beyond its own single-sharded universe – a universe that has, as I write this, over 30,000 people currently trading, fighting and scheming within. And that’s not including the Chinese...

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