DIII's shining was gone by the time you cleaned the puddle of drool you left on your keyboard upon installing the game. It lived and sold on the hype of its franchise and on what used to be blizzard's motto "when it's done"... and trampled both.Quote from djlardBlizz itself must first accept that D3 shining is gone
Actually, the only way to make dIII work would be to jump aboard a DeLorean, go back in time and fix the fundamental flaws it was released with.Quote from BuuRIGHT NOW the only way I see to make Diablo 3 work is to finally release the offline mode, where everyone can cheat all the way they like, edit saves as much as they want, win paragon levels at the touch of a Button, ON THEIR OWN MACHINES, UNPLUGGED FROM B.NET AND THE AH.
Something that could be applied to DIII. I don't say dIII is "bad" (it's still overall enjoyable as long as you don't try to go in too deep), but it should never have been released as it was and won't live up to its predecessors any time soon... if it ever does.Quote from brx"A delayed game is eventually good, a bad game is bad forever." Shigeru Miyamoto-nintendo boss
In a sense, I'd say DIII is Diablo's Phantom Menace.