Most titles on Steam do not require a persistent internet connection so that doesn't really go anywhere.
I keep making that very clear and obvious distinction but he keeps trying to draw a parallel to paint me as a hypocrite, pointing to the rather large Steam catalog I have. The vast majority I have cracked executables for in the event of disaster. And can be played in offline mode.
If by some miracle someone is able to render D3 playable offline, I may buy it one day and play the cracked version, but even if possible that day is a ways off for sure.
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