ASeven wrote on May 17, 2012, 14:44:
The problem with D3 was not the game itself, not for me. Sure I don't particularly enjoy the changes made to it and prefer T2 but the dangerous precedent set by the running success of this game may shape the gaming industry in such a way many of us will simply stop gaming altogether and find other sources of entertainment.
When you have strong opinion pieces like this, or this, or hell even Cracked managed to hit the nail on the head, you realize many gamers may have just jeopardized the future of gaming in exchange for a few days of playing a game.
I hope it was worth it.
Didn't really matter did it? People don't sto buynig things they want. No one should buy Madden games, MW games, or SIM games, but millions and millions do every 6 months.
I can't imagine there will be a D4 or anything like it - so I am happy with the outcome. Even D2 requires online play through Battle.net.