Quote fromTo those who are opposed to an item regulation system, do you all pretty much not give a damn about what will happen to the D3 item market? I mean, seriously, I understand that it will be somewhat of an inconvenience to have an item regulation system, but that is what is needed to avoid the destructive consequences of not having one. Do you really want things to turn out where a good portion of the Uniques/Rares in the game eventually are valued as worthless?
And people, please refrain from posting such garbage like saying how this will mess up the trading part of the game......NO IT WON'T! You CAN still trade in the game with an item regulation system. Who the hell is stopping you? All this means is that you just have to plan out what is the best way to use a certain item ~ie. if you're going to save it for later use, or use it in a trade for a better item. That's not so freakin' hard.
I mean, for F's sake, just look at the D2 economy. Yes, I KNOW it was f'ed up more by all the hacking/duping, but you can't deny that one of the main reason why it's like that is due to it's item regulation system, or lack thereof. More than half of the Uniques in D2 are worthless, and that's not how I want D3 to end up.
I want the joy of finding a Unique item, no matter if it's a low level Unique or one that is sought after, and know that it is still worth something. I never again will want to see a situation where I see a Unique drop for me, and not think much about it or feel any excitement towards it knowing that it it's worth jack ****! If that happens, what the hell is the point of calling the item a "Unique" anymore, when you know there's countless others of it being junked around the market.
Seriously people, please try to understand the ramifications of unregulated market.....
Hehe, Razer. I really appreciate your efforts and others as well, Krauser and Zellogs. But how many times can we say the same thing to people who act with emotion over and over again? They want Diablo 3 to be Diablo 3 all over again because it makes them giddy. Instead of facing facts that Diablo 2's economy was messed up from the get-go and I'm 100% positive that wasn't Blizzard's intention at all. We can only hope that a Blizzard dev will understand the ramifications if they don't implement some kind of system.