EVE Online, as members are angry at the developer CCP's new microtransactions in the game.
An "The ones with a decent enough system to run the new graphics met the game’s new features and a clothing store that managed to rage players to levels even higher than their GPU temperature loads.") nor with the microtransaction prices of items like monocles, which cost more than a fully outfitted battleship.titled "Greed Is Good" released internal documents from CCP, regarding the direction the MMO is taking. They were not pleased with the forced graphics upgrade (
The article's leaked internal memo from CCP was confirmedauthentic by MMORPG site Massively, which indicated that CCP may go back on the promise to not allow microtransactions to impact gameplay, a part of it stating, "Not all virtual purchases will focus on customization: some will simply be new items, ammunition, ships, etc. that can be purchased outright."
A forum post by the developer to discuss the issues has already exceeded 200 pages. Check it out.
EVE Online microtransaction controversy deepens
26 June 2011 | By JonahFalcon