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Posted: Jan 6th 2011 1:16PM Stormwaltz said

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Is this the first time there's been a print game strategy guide written on a volunteer basis by players?

Posted: Jan 6th 2011 1:37PM Brendan Drain said

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@Stormwaltz It might be! If E-ON magazine is anything to go by, the quality will be of a professional standard too. MMM have their own team of editors on staff to polish the guide up to publishing quality.
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Posted: Jan 6th 2011 1:30PM Russell Clarke said

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Given that the 'online experience may change' as patches are released, won't the content of a physical book be out of date 3 months after it's published?

Posted: Jan 6th 2011 1:39PM Bartlebe said

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@Russell Clarke

It covers a lot of ground, right down to the very, very basic elements of the way EvE works. Basics of mining, crafting, blueprints, trading, etc. I can't see that stuff changing much.
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Posted: Jan 6th 2011 1:52PM Russell Clarke said

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@Bartlebe

More concerned about the introduction of new game mechanics than altering existing Eve 101-type stuff. Oh well, I guess a paper version will appeal to some. Hope they don't try to demand free updates!
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Posted: Jan 6th 2011 2:39PM mttgamer said

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@Russell Clarke I remember some WoW guide a while back that was full print and it offered free updates..This was back in Burning Crusade...that guide would have doubled by now if that was the case...
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Posted: Jan 6th 2011 3:05PM Russell Clarke said

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@mttgamer

Cool if free updates are available. The PDF version's fine with me though. Easy enough to read on an e-reader.
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