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Second Life Reviews
We have 2 reviews for Second Life. The average overall ratings is 2.5 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: Being a member for over 13 years, I speak from experience of Secondlife's devolution and Digression. It used to be fun, inviting and friendly. It has now become a place to loathe. Massive boycotts of Liberal dominant sims, constant harassment from Liberals to others who are not. Customer Service is pathetic to non-existent. Though, if you violate a Liberal agenda policy like protesting in front of the Communist Party HQ with a sign that says, 200 million killed by Communism, they ban you for days. However, If you report a PRO Liberal object, you are ignored even after weeks of reporting. Aside from the political factor, it is riddled with scam artists seeking Lindens (The currency) and other annoyances. The most loathed member that has been banned we will just call him "Starman" (A common derivative of his username) has made well over 5,000 accounts just to spam groups in search of his desire to seek under-aged girls to send him real life pictures. And that's a summary of it.
Pros: Outstanding place to communicate and relax with friends or even meet and make new ones. Graphics are much better now. They are migrating servers to Crapazon cloud to spy on you.
Cons: *They are migrating servers to Crapazon cloud to spy on you. *Too many ALT accounts for people to cheat on partners or fool others with ulterior motives. *National Socialist Liberal Communist loving Staff, heavy handed to conservatives or non-Liberal by following the Joseph Goebbels Institute of Liberal Science protocol of making your Secondlife miserable. *Premium accounts not worth the abuse from non-existent of support. (If you ever do get support on phone, they will treat you like garbage.)
Overall Opinion: Second Life is a virtual world where individuals create avatars, interact with others, and even attend events like concerts and rallies. It has been described as a game by some, but its creators resist this classification. Linden Labs contends that Second Life has no objective or goals to complete. It is merely a virtual reality platform that evolves with the actions of its users. Anyone 16 years of age or older is free to create a Second Life account and participate. The platform previously used two separate grids, one for adults and one for children. This has been abandoned in favor of a rating system similar to that used for motion pictures. The ratings govern the activities which can be experienced on Second Life. These are classified as General, Moderate, and Adult. Creating an account is free and is not subject to any restrictions. Anyone is allowed to use the Second Life platform for free, but users can also purchase a premium account for $9.99 per month. This account includes extra features such as priority customer support. Premium members are also given weekly allowances of Linden, the currency that is used in the platform. The currency can be used to purchase things like homes or clothes. A user will then choose an avatar. Several categories are available. Users can be a human, an animal, or even a mineral. Avatars can then travel throughout the platform while meeting and interacting with other residents. The economy of Second Life is driven by the Linden dollar. This virtual currency can be bought, earned, or received as a perk for having a premium account. Linden can be exchanged for land, goods, and various services. It is possible for individuals to create businesses and earn Linden. Surplus funds can then be transferred to Paypal as fiat currency. In 2006 one user became the first person to earn $1,000,000 with Second Life. The main problems with the software are technical in nature. Latency can be an issue, affecting real-time interactions. The platform is also prone to occasional crashes. The items a user has purchased can also disappear without warning. No compensation is generally made for items that have been lost due to technical issues.
Pros: Huge platform with many virtual worlds to explore Entrepreneurs can make money Getting started is easy
Cons: Occasional system crashes render the platform unusable Items can disappear from a player's inventory
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