Sellouts like Bloodshed and Rhykker? What about Chainer? Quin? C'mon, dude, I see your point, but the developers are doing literally nothing for the last 1.5 years. Don't even start on this "balance" thing or challenge rifts, it's ridiculous. So many people said that D3 is a shadow of what it should be, but let's be honest here it's a shadow of what it even was. I mean... no offense. The game in maintenance mode, it is dead, not like "zero players" dead, but like "hey, look, +5000%! howboudat, community?" dead. Not like it was "last nail" and all that sentimental bs. Anyway, have fun.
Isn't it fascinating from a pure human observation perspective of how D3 players run the entire gamut? It's no different than how the entire human condition displays itself on a regular basis. I happen to be a Mac user. For whatever reason, that fact alone infuriates some people. Joe Blow says, "Macs are overpriced pieces of sh*t!" Joe's neighbor, however, says: "If you like Macs, great. Whatever works for you." I also happen to eat a ketogenic diet. Another lightning rod for some people. Joe Blow with veins bulging from his neck and pounding his keyboard types furiously..."You're going to kill yourself eating so much fat!" But, my doctor as he is looking at my latest blood test happily tells me, "wow...this is clearly working. Nice job."
So, on the one hand, you have the trolls like Mr. Gonan above who want to simply jump on the dogpile and crap on D3, encouraging all of us that the game is dead. But, then there are the streamers, the developers, the players and mods like Bagstone on sites like this who put in lots of time...people who clearly love the game and are positive. I bought my BlizzCon virtual ticket and enjoyed every minute. No D4 announcements? Who cares? I watched some great high-level WoW arena matches, Starcraft pvp, a Muse concert, and yes, a nice D3 community panel.
I am very excited to begin season 12. Good luck and have fun all season players.
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Nov 7, 2017Posted in: News & Announcements
Nov 7, 2017Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Target audience. Pay for delay.
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Nov 7, 2017Posted in: News
I'm pretty sure there is no "big men" working on D3.
Okay so I see what you are trying to do Bliz and I love you and everything you do. However, this event is killing me. It is simply a shell of its former self. I remember the double goblin event way back in one of the early seasons, which was awesome by the way, that made farming for these giggly demons worth my time. Now I have never commented on anything here to my recollection, but this rubbed me wrong like date night with a box of extra course sandpaper. To enlighten those on what this event should have been, and what those who didn't play d3 in the early seasons missed out on, this is what I was looking forward to or to exceed my expectations and then watched it fall short.
Patch 2.6.1 is now live worldwide, and Season 12 is just around the corner.
We want to help you stretch your muscles and get prepared for the latest patch with a special in-game event—double
TreasureGoblin spawns! Each time you encounter a single TreasureGoblin, they’ll be hanging out with a buddy whose bags are overflowing with all your favorite treats and treasures.
This Double Goblin event will begin in the Americas region on November 6 at 5:00 p.m. PST, and ends on Thursday, November 9 at 5:00 p.m. PST.
Note: This buff does
notaffect the number of goblins encountered via a Bandit Shrine, Goblin “Rift” packs, orand in the Realm of Greed.
Now then I bring all of this up because I am a firm believer in constructive criticism and whether or not this is the place to talk about this it is my hope still that someone out there in the D3 community can bump or relay this to the big men of Diablo 3 ,who hold all my hopes and dreams of this game, the very much wanted dream of mine and many others to come true. We just want the loots and the only reason we play this game is for the love of the loot and R.N.Gesus screwing us over. Im looking at you Kadla.
Nov 5, 2017Posted in: News
Exactly, D3 has been dead for a while now, blizzard is milking anything they can with the "DLC class" and that's probably it, this game has close to zero support at the moment. Check the forums. And yeah... Season 12 EXCLUSIVE transmog. Enormous power creep spelled as "balance" and so on. I hope a new game will be better than... this braindead riftfest.
Yeah. they are totaly hiring a game producer to take the diablo franchise to the future, with mmo experience, just to make another hero for d3. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to understand they are hiring for a new game
yes a game producer for a new game (expansion?) but not Diablo 4I you think they release one hero for D3 and thats it no more from past into future you need to be a rocket scientist to understand that you did something wrong...
Some people you just can't reach. They are not hiring a game producer to a diablo 3 expansion. Especially not one with mmo experience. They are not going to make any more heroes for d3. The necro was more then likely a new class to a new expansion for d3. which got scrapped, they could still use what they made so far, and released the necro as a hero pack. Don't expect to see any more.
They are indeed making a new game. Might not be diablo 4. May be something completly different like a diablo mmo or something else. But you can bet your ass that they did not hire a game producer for a unannounced diablo project. only to make a hero or a expansion to a dead game
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Jan 4, 2017Posted in: NewsNew adventures and loot are right around the corner with the next patch! We can’t wait to see what builds you’ll put together and the stories you’ll unfurl as we move into Season 9.
Whether you first played Diablo two days or two decades ago, we want to thank you for bringing your unrelenting passion to the franchise. Your support and feedback continue to help us shape the world of Sanctuary, and it’s a true honor and privilege to walk alongside you on this journey.
Wow, so they are trolling us. Pure evil.
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