I don't really think the guy should be surprised. You'd think he'd be used to question about D3 by now, they must be frequent.
But honestly, I agree with you that D3 probably is under development. All the rumors and such are just too much. The author interview, the music crew that worked on Diablo, and that job request all seem to be pointing the same way, at Diablo 3. I don't think all of those can be coincidental.
When it's finally announced and when it finally comes out, however, is a bit more of a worry for me. Hopefully it won't take two years after they announce it.
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Aug 5, 2007Jerkapotamus posted a message on IGN Interview with Paul Sams, Chief Operating OfficerPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Aug 4, 2007As far as sales and money goes, the Wii is winning. By the end of the year, the Wii will have the largest install base. They would right now if they could make more faster.Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)
While I like my Wii, I'd have to say the Xbox 360 is winning when it comes to core gamers. At the moment, they definitely have better games.
For the future though, I look for the PS3 to be coming out on top. It does have the highest capabilities. Blu-ray was an excellent feature, it allows for a lot bigger games. A couple years down the road, DVD9 (used by the 360) won't have enough space. That's already being seen by GTA4, as they're struggling to get it all on one disc.
As far as holiday lineups go, each console has a nice lineup. The Wii has Smash Bros., Mario Galaxy, and MP3: Corruption, and Batallion Wars 2. Xbox 360 has Halo 3, Bioshock, Mass Effect, and Two Worlds. The PS3 has Lair, Heavenly Sword, Warhawk, Ratchet and Clank, and Uncharted. There's also some big multi-platform games like Assassin's Creed and Call of Duty 4.
There's probably some games I missed, but the point is, no matter which console you have, the games look pretty good this holiday season.
Aug 4, 2007I'm a new user. I started playing Diablo 2: LOD when I was 10 and got it for Christmas. I wasn't very good looking back on it, but I got a lot of help from an older cousin of mine. After about a year or two, I got bored and stopped playing. Then, one summer, I got pretty bored and started playing the original Diablo. After beating that a few times, I returned to Diablo 2 when I was 14. From there, I quit again shortly after the 1.10 patch when I got my second torch.Posted in: Introduction
For now, I believe I'm pretty much done with Diablo, until the third installment comes out. I've been visiting this site for quite sometime, but never registered.
Anyways, I look forward to speculating about Diablo 3 with everyone. Nice to meet you all.
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