Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Blog Banter 29: Immersion

Last month's Blog Banter topic was a bit of a politically-charged monster, but over thirty bloggers sank their collective teeth into it. The resulting conversation was thought-provoking, eye-opening and made my brain bleed a bit, but spleens were vented and valid opinions were poured into the digital ether. It was a cathartic community experience and I like to think that the "echo chamber" played its part in presenting player opinions to those who wanted to hear them.

This month I thought we could try something a little gentler, more elegant and open-ended. The question is simply this;

"EVE Online is renowned for its depth. Its backstory, gameplay and social aspects are all qualities that draw players in. What does immersion in EVE Online mean to you?"

I look forward to another host of unpredictable and excellent articles.

For anyone new to the concept of a blog banter who wants to take part, some blog banter guidelines can be found here (or check out the above links for examples from last month).

Happy blogging.

As they are published, I will maintain a list of relevant blogposts below.

Blog Banters


  1. My two cents (posted on google plus as a I don't have a blog)

  2. Did you purge the list of emails for this? I've not received advanced email notice since the "I'm taking over" email.

  3. Sorry S.W. I'm not sure why you've fallen off the Blog Banter mailing list. Send me a message at seismic[dot]stan[at]gmail[dot]com and I'll put you back on.

  4. Bel Amar's post is now up on Pod Goo.

  5. Here is my contribution:

  6. Done.


    Sent an email as well, Stan

  8. Throwing my hat in the ring a bit late


Lay it on me.