Eve Online Joins Steam

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Game download services have popped up all over the net, offering digital deliver of games as an alternative to purchasing a box from a store. But here's a quandary for you: What's the benefit of purchasing an online game through a download service?
We don't know. But the massively multiplayer online game Eve Online is now available through the Steam service. Actually, it's a bit confusing to us. Whether you download the client directly from publisher CCP or play the game through Steam, you still have to pay the monthly fee. And the delivery doesn't offer better piracy protection, since it requires a constant connection to the Eve servers. So what's the benefit? Have Steam users not heard of Eve Online?

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