7/3/2012 6:31:49 PM
LOL! Amazing, but what is better is the true ragging children getting angry at this pic.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
8/8/2011 10:53:31 AM
Posted in: PvP DiscussionQuote from Wingless
They also spent development time on the talisman, but when they feel it "doesn't work", they won't just throw it in there.
Well they felt the talisman was redundant and not accomplishing what they want in a new feature. It is quite different from enabling a PvP mode, which is a staple in almost all PvP games.
While LMS requires little to no further development, the talisman probably needs a full revamp.
8/8/2011 10:46:34 AM
Well they already spent development time on both, so they should just include both.Posted in: PvP Discussion
I would choose LMS, but I can understand TDM matching D3's theme of constant action.
8/7/2011 5:44:21 PM
Posted in: PvP DiscussionQuote from Conax
Yeah lets farm gear till our eyes explode and lets have no end game at all to play.
PvP will never be end game for me.
8/7/2011 4:17:15 PM
"We're working hard to get to this year, but it's going to be tough. So it either makes this year, or it falls into next year."posted a message onI already bet my friend 20$ that it would be released by Q1 2012. Please no more set backs!Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I can't see this game being pushed back to Q2.
8/7/2011 4:13:02 PM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from Scruff260
While I voted for wanting expansions every 1-2 years, I know that I would pay for both if that's how the development team decided to approach updating content. I would hope that content would be added much the same way it was added in Diablo 2 with small updates and patches.
I can see myself paying for both; if and only if I had enough ebalance generated from the RMT AH.
8/7/2011 4:10:56 PM
Where is the free DLC option?Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
8/7/2011 3:17:10 PM
Posted in: General DiscussionQuote from LinkX
Quote from Ferrari_13
This is one of the most embarrassing economic slip ups. This was a self inflicted wound, unlike all the other debt crisis going on right now. Everyone still wants to lend the U.S money, and everyone still had faith that the U.S would not default. This credit rating change is not really due to the debt to GDP ratio, or any economic fundamentals, but rather the idiocy in the House &Senate causing an increase in moral hazard.
I disagree. Most, if not all, of all the current debt crises are self inflicted. But the world still mostly runs on the USD (Though the Euro and the GP are both right on the USD's heals) regardless of whether we are AAA or AA+. This just makes it harder for our nation to operate. And like I said, I place the blame squarely on the shoulders of people like John Boehner.
There is a major difference. One of the self inflicted wound is by being negligent; almost like playing with a gun and not knowing it was loaded. The other is like taking a loaded gun and shooting yourself in the foot, because you didn't get what you want.
8/7/2011 2:54:52 PM
No. I want the least amount of developmental resources spent on PvP, and instead have it used on more PvE content.Posted in: PvP Discussion
8/6/2011 12:31:11 PM
I've been a lurker here for a few years, but normally choose to post over on the Bnet forums instead. Considering the Beta is drawing near and all the RMT talk is flooding the forums,there really is no use of trying to have any rational discussions there at the moment.Posted in: General Discussion
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