We head off to Dragon’s Mouth were Rheastrasza is hanging out. In Rheastrasza haste she forgot to deal with Nyxondra who has informed the rest of the Black dragons/drakes what going on. There on the look out for the egg. She want us to tal kto Eric “The Swift” on dealing with the black dragons.
The eleventh Council of Stellar Management will have its first summit September 12-15 at CCP HQ in Reykjavík, Iceland.
Usually we invite half the CSM to attend in person with the rest of the CSM joining remotely through video conferencing. For this summit, however, CCP has decided to invite all 14 council members to attend in person.
The CSM has gotten off to a strong start and the EVE developers are very excited to spend four days with all of them and getting their expert help in kicking off a great EVE winter!
CSM summits are a great tool for CCP and the CSM to discuss EVE and its future
Do you want to help the CSM prepare for the summit and take an active part in space democracy?
Here's information on how you can reach out to invidiual members.
....and you can always post topics and take part in discussions that are important to you in the Assembly Hall forum section.
When Microsoft announced that it would start selling the Xbox One without the motion-sensing Kinect peripheral in June 2014, Mattia Traverso and his team at Through Games were shocked. They were in the middle of developing a Kinect-exclusive title, Fru, a platformer that used players' silhouettes to uncover hidden ledges and outlets in a Mario-inspired world. The Kinect wasn't off to a roaring start to begin with, but Through Games was down to take a gamble on an innovative idea. Besides, during the first few months of Fru's development, the Kinect was guaranteed to be sold with every new Xbox One. And then, suddenly, that potential was slashed.
"I'd be lying if I said the status of Kinect didn't affect us," Traverso tells me. "The surprise of the unbundling did hit our morale during production, and we had some doubts and worries about whether we would be financially viable at the end."