Fixed that for you. And so I'm not getting misinterpreted here : less dedicated players means players who do not want to spend lots of time on the game, be it by obligation or own choice. I totally respect this kind of choice. The only thing I don't respect here, are the people in this group who expect and demand every single game to be tailored to THEM.
I totally understand if the majority of players (note how I acknowledge that you guys are not a minority) doesn't want to spend 10h in a row just researching info on the game they want to play before they even start playing it. Really, I do. And as well, I totally agree with all you guys saying "there must be games for everyone, not only for hardcore players".
But what about practising a bit what you preach then ? If there must be games for everyone and not only for the more hardcore players, there still must be games for them. How on earth dare you DEMAND that some game be dumbed down to the point where dedicated players won't find any interest in it anymore ? That's basically demanding that games be made ONLY for you, and not one single anymore for the hardcore players. Quite the total opposite of your whole argumentation...
Let me make a simple parallel with say... sports for example. At the beginning of each new season, anyone who wants to participate in the competitions MUST pay their license fee to the Athletism Federation (whatever it is named in your country). When has anyone heard of an Athlete complaining to the Athletism Federation that "well, you know... Marathon is 42km, that's much more than I can run. I've paid my license so I am ENTITLED to participate the competition. Since I can only run 20km, you guys MUST bring the Marathon down to 20km so that I can do it as well". Seriously ?? If you can only run 20km, well then you register in the 20km running competition and NOT the Marathon. End of the story.
Why is there this NEED for the less dedicated players to be able to achieve the same as the more dedicated ones ? What would be the point of the pro athletes practising 10h a day if anyone could get to the same result by only practising 1h a week and having the rules changed so it's enough ?
If you can only do Hell in D3... well then SO BE IT. Play more, get more skill/gear, then go to Inferno. Don't demand that Inferno gets dumbed down to the point you can do it even with the skill of a tetraplegic oyster. Be honest with yourself. If you don't have the level, either you work to get to it, or you just accept that this is your place. Don't ask for a lot of other folks to lose their interest only for you to keep yours because you are too much imbued of yourself that you can't accept that well... this is the level you can play with the skill you have.
WoW has suffered that, Diablo as well. I really pray the Gods that PoE doesn't and that the PoE developpers stay true to their word that was always : PoE is for DEDICATED players only. They won't cater to "mr anybody".
If you're part of that enormous group of people who want to finish a game with only playing it a few hours here and there, PLEASE DO NOT COME TO POE. And don't get me wrong : I'm not saying this to bash or anything. I'm really saying this from your own point of view : there should be games for everyone. You guys got Blizzard to change Diablo 3 specially for you. Please appreciate it, stay there and leave the more dedicated players the PoE they love : untouched and undumbed. And if you do come to PoE anyway, then accept that you might hit a wall at some point without feeling the need to demand that the developpers build a door in that wall specially for you while everyone else is working their ass off to learn how to climb it.
Sorry for Wall of Text, but I had to get this out. Again, I didn't mean anything as offensive in my post, just would like that when someone comes with nice principles, they are honest enough to apply it to themselves too, and not only to others and when it suits them.