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Diablo III Patch Notes Errata

A post to the Diablo III Forums has some additional patch notes for the new version 1.04 patch that just went live in the action/RPG sequel. This lists a number of details and cosmetic changes included in the patch at the time, but not listed, and they say if they recall any other omissions they will make a further follow-up.

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15. Re: Diablo III Patch Notes Errata Aug 23, 2012, 14:59 RailWizard
 
deqer wrote on Aug 23, 2012, 14:46:
Verno wrote on Aug 23, 2012, 14:33:
I'm not surprised with your response, because you're another victim as well just like this guy. You've spoken already about how you're revisiting/playing after these updates. So, I'm not surprised. And yes, by continuing to play, he is supporting the company.

Your inappropriate and misapplied use of the word victim aside, if he is having a good time and enjoying himself then there is no problem. It's his money, it's already spent which invalidates your entire argument and quite frankly it's none of your business. You aren't some special snowflake who gets to tell people what to play and how to spend their money. People like different things, grow up.

If you were in any way remotely objective or reasonable, you'd understand that Blizzard deserves criticism for their mistakes but they also deserve praise when they get something right.

Well, that's why I said he's pushing himself to continue playing it. He's telling himself to enjoy it because he spent $60 on it.

Blah, whatever.

Have fun being owned by blizzard and playing your single-player game online only, and only when Blizzard says so. Forever.

There is nothing wrong with giving them a chance to redeem themselves. Of course at this point it seems pretty unlikely that they ever will.

I will say my list of *DO NOT PAY* devs is growing rapidly.

DICE
BLIZZARD
UBISOFT
and more but they were already on the list so I don't mention them.

Who's next?
 
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