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News Comments > WoW Mists of Pandaria in September
22. Re: WoW Mists of Pandaria in September Jul 25, 2012, 15:14 Optional nickname
 
deqer wrote on Jul 25, 2012, 11:50:
hey guys, dont support price inflation. do not buy this game, and educate your kids not to buy any game at $79.99 either.

do you have any idea how parents in todays' day and age spend money they don't have? Food for thought why the US national debt is increasing at 1 million dollars per 45 seconds.

Good luck circumventing a wow expansion price of $79.99, when 90% of player base already gave Blizzard over $1,400 in subscription fees over the last 8 years.
 
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News Comments > Diablo III Invulnerability Exploit [Updated]
16. Re: Diablo III Invulnerability Exploit Jul 23, 2012, 13:27 Optional nickname
 
to quote: 'I can't imagine what they're doing during that maintenance window.'

Like lottery houses, they shut down to offload all gaming mined data into number crunching statistical analysers, to make sure their winnings are tweaked and calculate the 'worst' possible payouts to ticket holders (all gamers), and tweak auction house item stats accordingly. It's probably a very complicated algorithm analyser powered by Google, I'm sure half of the development cycle was based on formulating all this, and then some.

the house always wins.
 
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News Comments > Diablo III Invulnerability Exploit [Updated]
13. Re: Diablo III Invulnerability Exploit Jul 23, 2012, 13:17 Optional nickname
 
Tumbler wrote on Jul 23, 2012, 12:28:
Meh. I can think of far more interesting things to do than play this game. Playing solitaire sounds like more fun.

if you do like cardgames, give D3 a try, it's a glorified Casino, where the house always wins. you win some gear here and there, based on lottery type chance, and Blizzard being the casino owner, gets their royalty and then some, by adaptively showing unaffordable gear (ante in), or by penalizing you for wearing too good of gear (counting cards), or by slapping you in the face with costly repair expenses (erase your winnings), or when all else fails, they will just ban your account (bar you from the casino because they can't find anything wrong you did)

Blizzard can do whatever the hell they want, with such audience and prestigious title as Diablo. To bad it is now an official memory for I believe it to be everyone.

Here is hoping Grim Dawn will carry on the proper legacy.
 
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News Comments > Morning Consolidation
2. Re: Morning Consolidation Jul 20, 2012, 12:03 Optional nickname
 
Hi EA, the WiiU is out this year.  
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News Comments > Blizzard on Diablo III
27. Re: Blizzard on Diablo III Jul 19, 2012, 13:19 Optional nickname
 
I can't stand the algorithms Blizzard put in this beloved game. it doesn't even matter what gear you have on, the whole AI is completely adaptive. mission control over at blizzard even has shutoff valves that dictates whether or not to drop quality rares, or rares altogether, during peak playing time,

Blizzard is totally paranoid with this game, moreso that the forum posters. They are sane, compared to those who were lead designers behind Diablo3.

although I find myself still playing the game, casually , each night, I smell all the things that are wrong with it, and they do this by varying the rewards, like huge water taps at their disposal,

don't get me started on the AH, I will give a thousand bucks to anyone who can reverse engineer that rigged POS and bring forth to light, just how unjust that service is to us all.

a sad state of affairs, Diablo3 Auction House Tycoon , turned out to be.
 
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News Comments > Torchlight 2 Progress Report
28. Re: Torchlight 2 Progress Report Jul 18, 2012, 12:14 Optional nickname
 
I know TL2 will be a disaster, as clearly, Runic has been blackmailed and bribed by Blactivizzard, to intentionally delay their game further.
Ah corporate greasing, gotta love it.

Stay tuned for more delays, as probable patent infringement wars from arpg elements will surface.

yeah, more time to make it a better game, I wonder where we've heard that before, oh say, waiting 12 years for Auction House Tycoon 3.

Can't wait for simcity and Generals 2, over and out, I'm turning off the computer.

Kids, when you read this post, and decide to make your own gaming studios one fine day, please, stay classy.
 
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News Comments > Diablo III Game Limits Returning
40. Re: Diablo III Game Limits Returning Jul 17, 2012, 15:37 Optional nickname
 
aren't all the unemployed people playing this game 24/7 considered bots? how will this game ever be balanced?!  
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News Comments > Vivendi Seeking Activision Buyers
54. Re: Vivendi Seeking Activision Buyers Jul 11, 2012, 17:49 Optional nickname
 
Google should outright buy the rights to Diablo universe, and carry over the game to it's Chrome OS (free) and hire a dedicated team to cater to the gamer's needs.

it's a drop in the bucket for google, yet they will gain a huge audience for new niche market.

if I owned Google, I'd totally buy whatever is for sale here, gaming wise. It's a goldmine,

total prestige.
 
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News Comments > Diablo III Patched
61. Re: Diablo III Patched Jul 11, 2012, 12:35 Optional nickname
 
the fun I have with D3, is to beat blizzard at their own game, that is by finding low gold cost deals at the GAH, that keeps me alive and kicking well into inferno.

the entire auction house , is nothing but adaptive algorithmic blizzard bots, anyhow. I don't care if you insist I wear a tinfoil hat, I smell things in this game, that many of you can't if you were born yesterday.

I play this game for fun, and like trying different builds from time to time, I play very casually, and will enrage you for sure, if you spend all your days and nights at it. to each his own. The gameplay mechanics, and awesomeness of tons of monsters in a good 4p matchup, on a decent rig, is quite well done, despite the Casino complex this game is running on.

remember, the house always wins.

the videogame industry is reaping in Billions of dollars this decade, they will stop at nothing when they have an audience, that are devout Diablo players. all of our complaints are noted, but the next TOS in Diablo4 won't change a thing, except for you to sign over your 'last will and testament' in order to authenticate to BNet 3.0 come 8 years from now.

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News Comments > Morning Consolidation
1. Re: Morning Consolidation Jul 5, 2012, 10:32 Optional nickname
 
5 things PS4 needs at launch, and you write don't expect GT6 on day 1?

don't bother releasing the PS4 until GT6 comes with it, Sony / PD
 
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News Comments > Diablo III Hotfixes; Magic Find Debate; Endgame Woes
6. Re: Diablo III Hotfixes; Magic Find Debate; Endgame Woes Jul 4, 2012, 12:26 Optional nickname
 
wonkawonka wrote on Jul 4, 2012, 12:02:
Esoteric wrote on Jul 4, 2012, 11:57:
I'm not sure what the best solution is, but I do think gear switching right before a kill is a lame mechanic.
What's lame is that the only worthwhile gear is in Inferno, and the elite packs in inferno are random luck: either they're killable or they're not.
I think leaving a game because you reach a screwed up elite pack is more of a problem than switching gear during a fight.

Oh and if Blizzard could fix the blacksmith to make useful gear we'd play a lot more. Having to scan through the auction house where everything is in the millions of gold that's only accessible to bots makes zero sense. Don't even get me started on the RMAH.

There are 'Diamonds in the rough' to be had in the GAH, but you have to be lucky, and they are not always accessible, much like finding things in gameplay.

This morning, I picked up a lvl 51 ring, with 21minutes remaining in the auction, that I know was worth over 20 million gold along everyone elses up above, and I won it for 25 thousand gold. this ring alone will make my hell game playable, (100 STR, 120 VIT, Attack speed 6% , crit chance 4%, socketable)

you have to beat Blizzard at their OWN game, this is what makes the game fun for ME.

 
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News Comments > Diablo III Hotfixes; Magic Find Debate; Endgame Woes
4. Re: Diablo III Hotfixes; Magic Find Debate; Endgame Woes Jul 4, 2012, 12:15 Optional nickname
 
"There needs to be something else that keeps people engaged, and we know it's not there right now"

clearly, with the 45 Billion dollars of liquid cash Blizzard has, they should just rush out Diablo 4, and bury the hatchet with D3.

D3 is a fine game, but it is incomplete for most seasoned Diablo connaisseurs, and I highly doubt, there can be a miracle fix to D3, unless Blizzard releases free 15GB content of new story line and moster AI remake.

oh and Blizzard, stop showing off, and do bring back the Necromancer, what on earth were you thinking for letting him not be in this game?
epic retardation.

and leave WoW out of this game for crying out loud. you have WoW, it makes you money, is someone governing you to inject WoWtardization into Diablo3? just sad really.
 
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News Comments > Diablo III Hotfix Improves High-End Drops
20. Re: Diablo III Hotfix Improves High-End Drops Jun 28, 2012, 17:44 Optional nickname
 
the entire DB is known? that's news to me.. if that is a fixed case, then i regress about Blizzard nerfing items down.

now why do people play to get known items for? is my next question..
 
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News Comments > Diablo III Hotfix Improves High-End Drops
3. Re: Diablo III Hotfix Improves High-End Drops Jun 28, 2012, 13:27 Optional nickname
 
I love how 2 million LVL 60 Diablo3 players are jumping up and down for joy over this hotfix, but little do they know that the quality of those items are nerfed down, and will still require AH/RMAH to get the best items for play that Blizzard themselves , generate in there.  
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News Comments > Avernum: Escape From the Pit Patched
2. Re: Avernum: Escape From the Pit Patched Jun 27, 2012, 10:42 Optional nickname
 
I had tons of fun with this little game, in their previous installment. I would buy this on PS Vita, if they could really seriously consider porting it. I know many Vita owners would. I hope Apple doesn't prevent them from doing such a favor to gamers out there.  
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News Comments > Diablo III 72 Hour Restrictions to Change
30. Re: Diablo III 72 Hour Restrictions to Change Jun 22, 2012, 17:46 Optional nickname
 
Blizzard died a terr-ible death inside me, when they left DiabloII left out to wilt as it did. They could have expanded that game, or made timely sequels 5 times over, instead of this disenchanting greedfest that is now tied into Casino gambling. (Blizzard is a casino house, they program their own machines)

it's sad, I expected D3 to be much much more than what I've seen so far, but I think, if Blizzard is keen on keeping the income steady, then they will have to cater to the masses, will have to replay this game 1 year from now (some 15 patches later), in the mean time, it's shelved. I'll be happy playing on the WiiU SMB instead this christmas.
 
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News Comments > Diablo III Down for Patching
24. Re: Diablo III Down for Patching Jun 19, 2012, 15:11 Optional nickname
 
every patch herds more and more people towards the RMAH, this is what it's all about. Although I have already finished the game with all 5 classes , from gear found and transferred to each, havent bothered with any AH at all. There are some really cool moments in the game, for instance, when there is no lag, and each of your friends have a good videocard, the smashing through mobs never gets old, Blizzard has made this fun, but replayability factor is way down from Diablo 2.

If there is no DLC / major quest expansion to this game, it will fizzle out like a *cough* torchlight.

Looking forward to Simcity and Generals 2 sometime early spring next year. Over and out, as I wait to play the new SMB on WIIU. RIP PC Gaming until then once again. I don't know whether to laugh or cry at Microsoft's tablet announcement of today.
 
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News Comments > Evening Tech Bits
16. Re: Evening Tech Bits Jun 15, 2012, 16:19 Optional nickname
 
Since Windows 3.1 and Dos 5.0 , Windows 8 will be the first MS OS, I will never ever bother to install and even try.

Nice one Microsoft, at least you did something unique for a change, you produced a windows worthy of worst software launch title in history. Don't even lie to us about volume sales, if people want touch, they will buy Android or Apple iPads, stay the hell away from this segment.
 
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News Comments > Diablo III Asia Downtime to Remove Duped Items
57. Re: Diablo III Asia Downtime to Remove Duped Items Jun 12, 2012, 11:11 Optional nickname
 
we need a startup game company that will kick PC gamers in the face again, to force us to play : ALWAYS OFFLINE.

no multiplayer, no friends list, no..

hey wait, this sounds like games I'd love to play!

I have just finished Normal difficulty, with the DH, (I play extremely casually, with days off inbetween, and like Torchlight, D3 has no replayability factor, for me, this spells doom.
 
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News Comments > New AMD/ATI Catalyst Beta - Monthly Driver Releases Ending
16. Re: New AMD/ATI Catalyst Beta - Monthly Driver Releases Ending Jun 1, 2012, 10:54 Optional nickname
 
I used love gaming on the Commodore Amiga, when real artists hand painted sprite animated characters in their games that fit on a floppy diskette, when that died a sudden death, luckily 3DFX resurrected PC Gaming to a new welcomed direction, they sadly departed, but Matrox was there with awesome 2D and tried hard with their 3D side, that failed but ATI Radeon was there in your face with stellar 2D graphics and colors as well, and 3D that worked despite the world telling me their drivers never worked, until one day I really did find out some of their drivers DIDNT WORK!, so I had to buy a NVidia card. It was collecting dust inside my PC as I played Google Chrome based mindless games, waiting for Diablo 3, now that is out , so I can set aside my PS3 for a while, until the PS4 finally comes late 2013 and play GT6 in a proper simulator hydraulic playseat with smells and wind effects in my face, because that is where I want to spend my money on next.

TL;DR , whatever.
 
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