What's your opinion on re-speccing?
Personally, I think the option to respec would be cool, as long as it was quest based, or conditional, like some of the act V quests in d2.
So if you wanted to get a respec, you needed to do the quest, so in your entire career with that character, you had 3 chances to get it down.
If it was say, a gold fee that scaled up, that would work if the game made gold either scarce or important, and I REALLY don't want to see that happen.
Think of how annoying it would have been in D2 if you were dueling, you killed a hammerdin, and suddenly he comes back out with pure FoH skills and destroys you, it would be back and forth respeccing madness!
What are your opinions?
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Jun 29, 2008Or you know, I could represent 80% of the PROFIT INDUCING majority of the Diablo series.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Blizzard as a company has made a legacy out of "if it isn't broke, don't mess with it".
The same applies here, and to argue with it is to argue that "air isn't relevant to breathing".
Jun 29, 2008Do you think USeast and USwest pay for those hosting fees? WRONG.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I've worked for several small companies, and I own two marketing companies.
4 times in my relatively short career working for other people I've been asked if my "business" would like to "share in interactive customer" hosting "opportunities" as diablo 2 server sharing.
Jun 29, 2008Battlenet makes more money from advertisements than it does from repeat customers.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Even then, only hardcore players are the people buying extra cd keys and therefore extra copies.
In both regards, I win, and you fail.
Jun 29, 2008Diablo 2 was anything but casual friendly.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Go join USeast and "ask for help".
You'll get ten PMs from people trying to steal your account.
Diablo 2 supported people smart enough to build strong characters and game the system, not whine asses who wanted to hold hands through single player for 3 days and then quit.
Jun 29, 2008The hardcore gamers are the ones who buy 2, or 5 accounts, the ones who keep the servers alive, the ones who buy multiple accounts of the game, the ones who stay long enough to keep advertisements alive (half the reason battlenet is still around noobs), etc, etc.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
That's like saying McDonald's best customers are the ones who buy a BigMac and throw up, and never buy again.
Jun 29, 2008And that grain of salt is your input, and your wallet.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
A hardcore gamer will input 3-5 x what a "casual" gamer will into the gaming economy, longevity, let alone the share holders' wallets.
That's like defending people who want to "save the tree's" but don't have the "time or money" to actually help the cause.
Jun 29, 2008If you even fucking played either diablo 1 or diablo 2 you'd realize how retarded your statement was.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
The hardcore, battlenet veterans are the SOLE reason that diablo 2 still pulls in numbers like it still does, let alone a majority of the potential diablo3 buyer base.
You liked to kill absolutely mindless, un-challenging sprites that walked circles in place until you attacked them?
You are the kind of person that gets hard to mow their lawn.
Jun 29, 2008Diablo 2 is ten times better than diablo 1.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
That's like saying a 1940 ford is faster than a 2007 ferrari.
More items, more classes, more quests, more story, more playability, more logic, more EVERYTHING and yet you aren't satisfied?
You are dumb, and unfortunately, because you are loud, are one of the reasons diablo 3 may be a failure.
Jun 29, 2008Casual is synonymous with whining, bitching, and moaning.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Casual gamers buy games, suck at them, and then leave.
Diablo 2 still pulls in moderate sales and profits solely because of hardcore gamers.
Hardcore gamers make games, not carebear wanna be twelve year olds.
You work 40 hours a week? Congrats. Most people with real careers and real jobs don't. That leaves at least 100 hours a week for stupid shit, much of which is gaming or equally useless endeavors.
Pretend your ability to suck at stupid online games is because you "have a life, have a fiance, have a job" etc, etc.
The reality is you are a minority of the paying, money making percentage of true gamers.
Jun 29, 2008Your ability to read and comprehend matches your ability to point out the obvious. Hey, you know if you jump up, you come back down, too.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I figured your reaction to something that has been discussed endlessly before not only ten thousand times in this forum, let alone this genre, would lead me to believe you're mentally incapable of thought and would thus be surprised by my statement.
If that shocked you I'll blow your mind when I tell you that Diablo 3 has a similar nature to Diablo 2, and that monday comes after tuesday.
This is the single dumbest forum ever.
Jun 29, 2008You realize that demo version, even demo walk throughs of the game have almost NO bearing on what the final product is like, right?Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
The skills, the loot, the drops, the damage taken, the damage given, almost everything involved is geared to the exact video you just watched.
Jun 29, 2008Spamming d2 channels for SoJs and charrms was half the fucking reward of the game. Making trade games and attacking people with what lewt you had was part of the charm of the game.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
If you make it robotic like an auction house, you'll make the game robotic, so if you like shitty games with shitty players, enjoy the results of an auction house.
I know real players like me will be upset.
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