The ponies should also be wearing WoW / SCII / DIII style shoulder pads.
On the reverse side of the tee I'd like to see a print of Boyarsky, Wilson and Bashiok bent over and mooning us with each allocated attribute points for buttock size, depth of bum crack and so on. But all the attribute points should be the same value. The caption would read: "D3 - now with dumbed down algorithms". Their bum cheeks should be tattooed with the words "casual gamer".
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and what about those fans that like the style? are we not fans? you would please yourself and the minority just because of your needs? but hey, look at the big picture. blizz doesn't care about YOUR opinion, they care about the MASSES opinion.
I hear what you are saying.
Now hear me: I don't think the graphics in D3 are bad. When I first saw them, I was impressed. It was not until later, after the shock of D3 settled down, that I began to notice ways in which they are lacking. As a 3D artist and hobby game developer, I tend to notice things like this. I am a perpetual critic. There is no game on this planet that I don't have criticisms for. That is not because I think everything sucks, but rather, because I know everything can be improved to become even better than it already is.
I don't really care that Diablo 3 has rainbows in it. I like the overall art style of D3, but I know that using normal bump maps, a standard practice, would make it look a lot better without a lot of additional effort. Flat shading just looks bad in comparison. I doubt anyone who currently likes the art style would disagree that normal bump maps would improve it dramatically, if they were to implement it and show you a comparison.
I'm not saying that my opinion is more important than other peoples, but there are a lot of fans who wanted to see a little bit darker, scarier, grittier Diablo. A lot of fans. Blizzard doesn't have to listen to those fans, but they can at least be respectful of them. This T-shirt is highly disrespectful to all the fans who showed concern with the art style. It is Blizzards way of saying, "we don't give a shit about those fans. we are gaming gods, and we don't make mistakes, so shut up and sit down and wait until the game is released."