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EVE is one of the most complex games I’ve sunk my teeth into. It’s an infinitely gratifying space-sandbox where you can do just about anything, assuming you can take the time to learn the gameplay in a mostly-hostile environment…yeah, newbies are fair prey for griefing and scamming. The technological constraints (performance) are a downer, but the graphics and gameplay opportunities are mind-blowing in their scope.
Inside Mac Games (IMG)
Overall, the gameplay in EVE Online is quite good. There's always something to do and you can progress without endless grinding. However, if you want to power-level, you will be quite disappointed. No matter how much you do, the skills will always train just as fast for you as everyone else.
An absolutely mind-blowing “sandbox” MMOG, EVE Online will take you months, if not years, to explore. Just be willing to put up with some unreliable behavior from the Mac version until the developers can straighten things out.