...shows Blizzard has the integrity to prioritize quality of the game over anything ..
- this is a joke, right? integrity? LOL
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Depends on the final release, but I'm guessing 5 would be fine for more than 4 accounts...
My reference would be LoL where, I can be downloading something at 100KB/s of my 128KB/s, and still have <100 lagg.
I think it has to do more with Upload than Download...
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Might want to ask that at dual-boxing.com forums, but from my experience network is not a problem at all with these type of games - you do need the cpu power to run 4x instances though, either on one or multiple machines.
Also, you will need 4x accounts.
Quote from Verity
...Apologies if I sounded like I was trying to tell you what to do, just saw a lot of the same questions coming up through the thread
Quote from lafu-rebu
How will giving players the option to participate in something that could potentially provide some enjoyment (competitive PvP, alternate gameplay modes, PvE competition formats, etc.) disadvantage anyone? Does that make any sense to anyone?
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If it's too difficult for someone THEY DON'T HAVE TO PvP!
Quote from apples
games are getting easier nowadays anyways. looking forward to D3!!
Quote from xManiaCCCx
casuals doesn't mean stupid.. casuals are just people who don't play so often or don't take it so seriously ... But these people need things to be relatively simple.. Of course..would be possible to change every skill and suit it for PvP..but it would create a lot of confusion and many casuals just don't have time or will to learn zilions of different things.. so they just give up and quit the game..in addition..it would also take a lot of time to design and create this system for developers.. I think current system..that some runes will change skill into PvP skill is perfect..
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