Get over it, people, seriously.

  • #1
    Endless threads about the same crap, complaints (with no constructive points for the most part). Personally, I gave up on the game, went over to Path of Exile, which I feel better suits what I look for in a "hack and slash" type of game, complete lack of story, sure, but I don't care about that in this type of game.

    It's pretty safe to say that most of the people talking about how they're so mad and screw this and screw that, are probably still playing on a daily basis.

    If you're going to give up on it, then just do it, it isn't that hard!
  • #2
    Yet, you came back to a D3 forum and posted about it when you've said you've moved on? Riiiiiight.
  • #3
    I hate grinding for loot in D3, so I'll play another game, where I grind for "currency" instead and has an absurdly small inventory, so I'm forced to do at an exceedingly slow pace. - Original poster.
  • #4
    Yes, OP. Get over it.
  • #5
    I frequent the forums because I'm interested on patch related threads, which some are still present. But when things get flooded with the same complaints, it's annoying and the mods should really close a lot of these.

    With POE, you aren't endlessly searching for currency, that's only to buy items. You can actually FIND good items while playing that game, unheard of, I know.

    I have a level 22 Shadow and I think i've only actually bought 2 or 3 things. Everything i've found, and modified with orbs to turn into rares and adjust magic values.
  • #6
    Quote from Drstrong

    But when things get flooded with the same complaints, it's annoying and the mods should really close a lot of these.


    Definately not annoying when things get flooded with the same "stop complaining" threads complaining about complaint threads.
  • #7
    Quote from DeepThought

    Quote from Drstrong

    But when things get flooded with the same complaints, it's annoying and the mods should really close a lot of these.


    Definately not annoying when things get flooded with the same "stop complaining" threads complaining about complaint threads.

    Well, I don't give a shit if this gets locked, nothing ever seems to get locked around here. I just wanted to say something.
  • #8
    Quote from lorien1973

    I hate grinding for loot in D3, so I'll play another game, where I grind for "currency" instead and has an absurdly small inventory, so I'm forced to do at an exceedingly slow pace. - Original poster.


    Never understood why people feel the need to make up absurd statements like this. PoE has nothing to do with "grinding currency". What are you even talking about? Do you even know?
  • #9
    Quote from robotwars2

    Quote from lorien1973

    I hate grinding for loot in D3, so I'll play another game, where I grind for "currency" instead and has an absurdly small inventory, so I'm forced to do at an exceedingly slow pace. - Original poster.


    Never understood why people feel the need to make up absurd statements like this. PoE has nothing to do with "grinding currency". What are you even talking about? Do you even know?


    Like I said a couple posts back, you actually FIND good things in PoE, INCLUDING a shit load of orbs (currency) that can be used to either buy items, or "change" current items you already have.
  • #10
    Never understood why people feel the need to make up absurd statements like this. PoE has nothing to do with "grinding currency". What are you even talking about? Do you even know?

    Um, of course it does. It trades one form of grinding for another. You collect blues/yellows and salvage them for mats; you combine those mats into bigger mats. Those mats can be traded in for scrolls or items at the vendors. Since (at least when I was playing) identify scrolls were absurdly hard to find, most your currency was spent getting those. You have room for like 5-6 items at a time; so you collect items are a stupid slow pace with combat that is unresponsive and boring.

    With a skill tree that takes a masters degree in calculus to figure out; where if you make any mistake you are screwed. Unless you know exactly how you want your character to turn out at the end, you'll inevitably have to start over and do it all again. Fun!

    There are cool things about this game; but the bad far outweigh anything bad in Diablo.
  • #11
    oh I intend to play both D3, AND POE ^_^ no point in quitting one.
    i havent tried POE yet ,but the skill trees look insane o.o
  • #12
    POE?

    Otherwise known as "Passive Skills: The Game"?

    The loot system is basically the gambling vendor from D2 on steroids.

    For a free to play game, yes, it is outstanding. But held up against D3, or even TL2, its no contest IMO.
  • #13
    Quote from AudioCG

    For a free to play game, yes, it is outstanding. But held up against D3, or even TL2, its no contest IMO.


    Not true. PoE is easily as good as the other ones. Maybe even better. The loot is way more interesting than Diablo's one, more build diversity and a very promising end-game concept.

    I am really looking forward to the start of PoEs open beta, although I will keep to play D3 in the meantime.
  • #14
    Quote from Drstrong

    Quote from robotwars2

    Quote from lorien1973

    I hate grinding for loot in D3, so I'll play another game, where I grind for "currency" instead and has an absurdly small inventory, so I'm forced to do at an exceedingly slow pace. - Original poster.


    Never understood why people feel the need to make up absurd statements like this. PoE has nothing to do with "grinding currency". What are you even talking about? Do you even know?


    Like I said a couple posts back, you actually FIND good things in PoE, INCLUDING a shit load of orbs (currency) that can be used to either buy items, or "change" current items you already have.


    Know how I know you've never played a Diablo series game before?

    Also, you're a hypocrite. Be gone, scum.
  • #15
    Quote from madmaxII

    Quote from AudioCG

    For a free to play game, yes, it is outstanding. But held up against D3, or even TL2, its no contest IMO.


    Not true. PoE is easily as good as the other ones. Maybe even better. The loot is way more interesting than Diablo's one, more build diversity and a very promising end-game concept.

    I am really looking forward to the start of PoEs open beta, although I will keep to play D3 in the meantime.


    I got into the POE Beta months ago, and honestly, it just did not do it for me, at all. (but hey, this is just my opinion)

    I have the TL2 Beta on my PC as we speak (not hard to get if you know how ;p)

    And of course, D3.

    D3>TL2>POE for my tastes. (super interested to see Grim Dawn when it drops, Kickstarter supporter right here!)
  • #16
    Quote from Drstrong

    Endless threads about the same crap, complaints (with no constructive points for the most part). Personally, I gave up on the game, went over to Path of Exile, which I feel better suits what I look for in a "hack and slash" type of game, complete lack of story, sure, but I don't care about that in this type of game.

    It's pretty safe to say that most of the people talking about how they're so mad and screw this and screw that, are probably still playing on a daily basis.

    If you're going to give up on it, then just do it, it isn't that hard!


    Diablo 3 for me is something more than just a game. It's something epic, something from my childhood, Diablo 1 made an impact on me, I put many hours in the previous games. It's hard to get over it when the game is so epic and awesome but still lacking the fun part. Diablo 3 has so much potential.
  • #17
    Quote from Drstrong

    Endless threads about the same crap, complaints (with no constructive points for the most part). Personally, I gave up on the game, went over to Path of Exile, which I feel better suits what I look for in a "hack and slash" type of game, complete lack of story, sure, but I don't care about that in this type of game.

    It's pretty safe to say that most of the people talking about how they're so mad and screw this and screw that, are probably still playing on a daily basis.

    If you're going to give up on it, then just do it, it isn't that hard!


    So did you write this thread aimed at your own retardation?
  • #18
    Quote from Drstrong

    With POE, you aren't endlessly searching for currency, that's only to buy items. You can actually FIND good items while playing that game, unheard of, I know.


    Why do people keep saying this? What has always made Diablo fun, and what makes D3 fun, is that when you find high-end epic gear, it is very rare....thus it is more rewarding.

    That being said, I've made millions and geared my char very well from what I've found.
  • #19
    Quote from Drstrong

    Endless threads about the same crap, complaints (with no constructive points for the most part).



    The irony is strong with this one.
  • #20
    Quote from ruksak

    Quote from Drstrong

    With POE, you aren't endlessly searching for currency, that's only to buy items. You can actually FIND good items while playing that game, unheard of, I know.


    Why do people keep saying this? What has always made Diablo fun, and what makes D3 fun, is that when you find high-end epic gear, it is very rare....thus it is more rewarding.

    That being said, I've made millions and geared my char very well from what I've found.


    I'm sorry, but if I could spend $40 and get the top tier weapon/armor/whatever for my character, that kind of defeats the whole purpose of spending hours and hours of looking for loot that you probably won't even find.

    I think most people will agree that MOST people have bought their top tier items on the RMAH rather than finding them.
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