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153. Re: well.... Aug 8, 2011, 09:31 Verno
Shataan wrote on Aug 8, 2011, 09:14:
"You're the problem."

Funny how many of you have all the answers, and the fingers always point to everyone else. Like I said, had I had a mulitple choice choice, I`d still have chosen to buy it on Steam. Don`t like my choice? Well suck it up Butter Cup. ;p

Of course, I didn`t get to choose, so I got it on Origin. I don`t buy games at the counter anymore. But whatever......

As others have posted EA seems to have this planned for awhile so you're just kind of playing into their plans by purchasing it on Origin instead of....anywhere else I guess. But hey, it's a game and you don't need to justify it to anyone here.

Diablo 3 probably got less heat for the online requirement because a lot (obviously not all) of people more or less considered Diablo 2 an online game, or not very far from it, likely including a lot of the rabid Diablo 2 fans. Those people were already only playing Diablo 2 online, so it's no real change for them. But then you look at Assassin's Creed and nobody plays it online (or even can) so why do you have to be online to play it?

As you said, the value in Diablo 3 lies in the multiplayer. I'm sure there are some people who only touched the SP but many people simply already played D2 the way that they're limiting D3 so they haven't really lost anything.

This comment was edited on Aug 8, 2011, 09:40.
Playing: XCOM 2, Diablo 3
Watching: American Crime, Regression
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