Jammy Voxel Posted May 9, 2020 Share Posted May 9, 2020 I stumbled into this article on Forbes about Fortnite's new Party Royale mode, which appears to be a small non-combat social island where live events are starting to occur. The aforementioned article also linked to a previous article in which one line particularly caught my eye. Quote Eventually, I just gave in to the vibe of the whole thing, and started running through my dance emotes, trying to match the beat of the tracks as best I could. The impromptu concert became a surreal experience. I mean, where else can I attend a virtual, live Diplo set on an imaginary island and dance to the beats as Psylocke from X-Men as TIE Fighters fly around me? Where else, indeed! The author of the articles also referred to Second Life an ancient internet relic. As Sansar, with its various "experiences", continues it's Atlantean descent to the bottom of the digital ocean, along with the millions of dollars spent on it, and the SL staff talent that sank with it, I can't help but wonder what Ebbe thinks about articles like this. After all, I feel certain that someone was dancing in SL as Psylocke while TIE fighter flew around at least 14 years ago. I wonder what Ebbe's plans are to make Second Life interesting to the real world's glitterati, movers and shakers, and (let's face it) brands with lots of money. Mostly, though, I wonder why there is still an Ebbe at all. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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