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Let me summarize the main points that is totally bull!@#$ and fake.
"Youtube channel been growing, Twitch channel has been growing"
"I've been full time on Youtube and Twitch for the last year"
"I have a sub button. You earn revenue through Youtube,You earn revenue through Twitch, you earn revenue through ads"
"I always put you guys first"
"We make it for you, I make em for you, that's why i'm here"
How about you just say I'm getting really fkn sick of Diablo 3 cause they're lacking some braincells to listen and improve the server for the better and that you're scared your "loyal" diablo 3 fans will unsubscribe which will result in a lost of profit/revenue. Other then that.. everything else you said about diablo 3 is on point.
Be honest tho. You didn't do it for THEM. You did it for fame, for money and for the fact you're a game addict and got nothing better to do.
Edited by HolyAuradin#6159 on 5/12/2014 5:23 AM PDT
LoL isn't a MMO, it's a MOBA.
There is absolutely nothing wrong or abnormal about playing a game for an absurd amount of time every day and growing bored with it. This doesn't at all mean a game is a "fail".
Yes it does mean that it's a fail.
Every successful online game is infinitely replayable. Anything less is a fail.
Edited by Eigenscape#6207 on 5/13/2014 5:04 AM PDT
while i would like this in the games i play, this is just an opinion and not fact. d3 is not perfect by any stretch, but many of you would be well advised to unplug once in awhile and just take a walk or maybe get that job dad keeps talking about. if anything, it might give you some perspective and likely you will like the game again or at least enjoy playing it again. too much of anything is bad. Blizz has no obligation to the outliers of the community or i should say they should not tailor the game around these people.
this is the entire issue summed up in a nutshell - a game doesn't have to compel you to play it compulsively for 10+ hours a day and never get boring to be by objective standards a "good game".
you'll never get that D2 feeling you had when you were younger again. Same for the WoW-MMOers. (and EQ for people that played that compulsively).
Those games were lightning strikes, and it doesn't happen twice for most. It is what it is. The games industry as a whole is moving away from this model anyway. Hence why Blizzard is focusing on small dev teams making smaller projects. That's the future (fueled by indie).
This is plain and simple, after playing 12+ hours a day for months / years at a time, he's burned out on this game. Nothing wrong with that, go play/stream some other games and have a great time. I understand the sentiment, but he's being a bit too melodramatic for my tatse. Shouldn't feel bad if you're just burned out on a game, happens to me in a lot less time.
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