EVE Online has been free-to-play for a few months now, Since the major revamp of Alpha accounts in the Lifeblood and Ascension expansions. Since then though, a new enemy has emerged into the forefront of discussion in the EVE community. Mining and ratting are huge sources of ISK, and the majority of bots as well.
Cracked recently published a thorough and insightful article wherein they interviewed a World of Warcraft addict. But Jeremy wasn’t just addicted to the game, he was addicted to monetizing it through farming. I know very well what this feels like, as I used to farm gold in World of Warcraft. But my story is a
Blizzard has a years-long history of going after the developers of tools that allow cheating or exploits in their games. And according to a filing in the US state of California, the developer behind the “Buddy” system of botting tools is their next target. James Enright and a group of unnamed defendants develop and sell