Pretty sure you all got fooled by a troll.
If you go check the comments: https://www.facebook.com/chris.haga.9
The the comment is gone, which may look suspicious until you think about it. You can literally make another account, name it Jay Wilson and have the exact same picture and say what you want. Also if you notice in the likes, a lot of them are liked by "Jay Wilson Eats Toomuch" Which was probably the troll that had his name as Jay Wilson.
It's pretty common. Usually I see it in the form of...
Person A: I love puppies
Person B: ^ is a moron
Person C: ^ Is a dumbass
Then person B removes his comment. and it looks like person C just called person A a dumbass. In any event I highly doubt it's true, and not "oh well you're a moderator you have to say that." No. I could say yeah he's a diick and jump the bandwagon but it seems pretty clear to me someone was trolling, and it was successful.
Also notice how "Jay Wilson Eats TooMuch" has no friends, is a new account, and is now trying to "point out what happened" after he liked the comment "Jay Wilson" supposedly left. So he was so against what was said he liked the comments? Oh he also happened to change his name from "Jay Wilson".
Here is Jay's real page:
You just got trolled.
Edit: The amount of people willing to just believe this without looking more is astonishing. You think Jay would actually post something like that? He'd be fired almost immediately.
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Jul 3, 2012With the talk lately about how Diablo 3 is going to "die" because "lots" of players are leaving, people are started to ask for better or more "End Game" content. People are also using the supposed lack of "End Game" content as another reason why Diablo 3 is bad, and on and on.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
It recently dawned on me that with all the posts I've seen about it, no one defines what "End Game" means to them (which is why I put it in quotes, it's never been defined), and what kind of game should have it. I feel this is something that needs to be defined before we can have any productive discussion on Diablo 3's "End Game" content, or lack there of. Hopefully this will allow us to get a better idea of what we're arguing about (if I have a poor understanding of your position, it is unlikely I can effectively argue against it, and it unlikely you can effectively argue for it).
So, please vote, and please elaborate on your opinion (the point is to get the unsaid assumptions out in the open, because I think the various sides are arguing about their beliefs without stating them). As I only spent a few minutes thinking up poll options, please ask if you have another option, I'll try and add it. And please try and keep your answers to questions 1 and 2 separate, as much as possible.
To start off, my opinion:
To me, "End Game" means on going new content, that is both outside the story, and beyond what the "average" (average as in, the average forum goer/serious gamer) player will get to, with a side order of challenge/horde/points modes. So, for D3, it's Inferno. For Borderlands, it was Crawmerax and Moxie's Underdome. For TL, it was that endless random dungeon (that I never bothered with). For Strategy games like Civ or Anno, it's challenge maps that come out periodically. For other games, it's the score attack modes (again, that I don't play). I generally don't include any kind of PvP as end game, because you can (usually) play it while you finish the "main" game. I suppose if I bothered with PvP, it would be the max level only raids that don't advance the story.
A key here is that "End Game" content can be both endless (horde modes), or finite (Inferno).
To me, the only games that NEEDS "End Game" are the games that are getting on going profit from me without directly backing it up. Just because I don't like the idea of letting anyone profit of me without me getting compensated to some extent.
The subs genre is the most obvious, because I don't believe in paying monthly of server access for a single, static, game. In less the server access is balls to the walls awesome, it should really be doing something to compensate me, cause I already probably sunk $60 into the game.
Any game that wants to use overt ads should also probably have something to compensate me. If they're making money selling my eyeballs to companies, I should get that back somehow, whether it's a cheaper game or free content. Possibly I'd be okay with it if the ads are REALLY well integrated, like a NASCAR/Formula 1 racing game where they sold ads on the cars. As long as it didn't slow down the game, I think I'd be okay as it makes it look more like real life). But if it's like Sony's latest patent that involves interrupting games for a commercial, or the really poorly done ad integration like Deus Ex: HR had last year, then they profited off me and took my time. I should get something in return for that.
If it's F2P, it doesn't need it (cause I'm getting the game for free. I haven't given the company money yet, so I can't demand anything from them), but it should probably have it to keep people playing, give me a reason to pay them (awesome skins, newest maps, etc).
As you can probably see, my idea of End Game is to compensate on going profit, where the end game is what I'm paying for. I don't include D3 in this, because I have only paid $60, and the RMAH fee Blizzard gets is for the service of allowing people to make money from a virtual item/circumvent the item grind.
1) I aim to facilitate end game discussion by clearing up what is end game to you, and when does a game need it.
2) Please Vote. If you don't see an option you want, please ask, I'll try and put it up.
3) Personal Opinion - End game is anything that most people will not complete (like Inferno), that is done after the "game" (post lvl 60 in D3, post lvl 80ish in D2, etc).
4) Personal Opinion - such end game is only mandatory when the company expects me to continue paying them for the end game content.
5) Personal Opinion - The RMAH does not constituent payment with the expectation of ongoing new content, as the payment is for someone else's virtual item, and Blizzard's fee is for the service of allowing me to buy said item, or profit from playing a video game. If the RMAH where me buying directly from Blizzard (as in, they were selling items that weren't a drop for a player), then this would not be true.
Jul 3, 2012Meh 350+ hours between a barb and a demon hunter, and I still plan to play both of them as well as leveling at least the other 3 characters to 60. Still enjoying the game quite a bit, and I don't use the RMAH at all. It's fun to just run around and kill things, whether it be stuff I can handle easily (act2 inferno on my barb) or trying to do harder stuff like act 3 in groups with some of my friends.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Still having fun, still earning new and better gear. If you're bored with it then that's cool and I can respect that, but I see no reason to force your opinion on other people and then insult them when they don't agree, saying nonsense such as 'I'm lying to myself because I enjoy it'. That doesn't even make sense.
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