Quote from ruksakIf you quit so fast, it indicates to me that perhaps this genre isn't for you. This isometric, hack 'n' slash item-centric game WILL NOT appeal to everyone, by a long shot. Diablo 3, much like Diablo 2....you either love it, or hate it.
After reading this I wanted to reply cause I have a totally different experience. It's hard to admit this but I could play Diablo 2 back in the day for 12 hours straight it was so addicting to me. Now playing Diablo 3 it's not the same feeling I can barely play for an hour without getting bored it may have to do with the fact I was 12 at the time and it was my first multiplayer experience. That was the game that sucked my life away. Probably because of the trading aspect and the rush of me and 7 other people fighting for our lives to survive baal runs so the last 3 previous runs didn't go in vein cause you would lose all that experience and being level 90+ it was tough to gain a level. The trading aspect. And the social experience seemed a lot bigger in that game in this game I see most people make private games and play by themselves. Compare the amount of public games in this game to the amount back in diablo 2. I think reducing the player count removed the wow I'm part of a big epic fight.
Another aspect was the diversity in classes and within the classes them selves. One example being the hammerdin. And the risk of investing in certain skills and starting all over to make a stronger build. Strategizing how your going to build your class before you even make it. I could go on and on but you get my point.