Well We have all been through it, the Diablo 2 Addiction! How many of us have tried to quit? Some people just "try to stop playing", others "try to uninstall it", and some go to the extreme of throwing the diablo 2 disc's away or breaking them in half even! How often did you find yourselves playing and saying to yourself, damn I could be doing something way better than diablo to, such as something social or something better to do with my time? I found myself to become on of those people. I have been playing for 3 Hard years and on and off for 2, so a total of 5 years. I would always tell myself, fucking I should be going out on this friday night and parting hard, but there I was addicted to the game of a life time. Well the game of a life time for me in this case. I dont know what it is but I could never walk away, and I wish I always would have. Yes, Diablo 2 gave me some great times, but it probably took away from many others that I could have had doing something " better ". I just ask myself, EVEN thought I love/d D2 to death, would I be willing to go through that heart break with D3 for another 5 Years? Its easy to start, but to stop.. is another thing. So I leave you addicts and also myself with a question? Why start if you know you cant stop ?
LoL I was just like what am I doing here this is like my 4th or 5th good account. I know everything, pretty much done everything and the game was kind of dieing out so I stopped and like 4 months later I started CS with my friends then like a year later BF2. Now I don't exactly play anything except for the ocasional console games at a friends house when we're bored. OOH but when D3 comes out!
-Humankind cannot gain anything without first giving something in return. To obtain, something of equal value must be lost. That is alchemy's First Law of Equivalent Exchange. In those days, we really believed that to be the world's one, and only, truth.
Now that i think of it diablo stop me from growing b/c ain't u suppose to grown in your sleeps if that true than i never grew b/c i was to busy staying up playing diablo but i never once blame diablo for my troubles b/c it all blizzard fault damn them
I've been addicted to Diablo II for too long. I haven't gone longer than 3 months without playing it since the week it came out. I usually play it heavily in the winter time, when it's nasty outside and we get snow days for school. In the summer, I tend to cool down, but I don't entirely abandon the game. However, I've lost lots of characters:
the game got boring for me to and i quit for a like 4 months than i started to play again but my mom didn't pay the internet bill so i had to quit for 2 month but now it back on and i'm playing it again every day