So if you bought a new car and it was hailing outside you would blame someone and ask everyone why you're being punished and can't drive your new car?
Your definition of punishment is just absurd. You're acting like they're singling out you and it's not an issue occurring for alot of people.
The fact that you didn't research that Diablo3 is online only before buying it, then went and complained about that very fact discredits anything you try and argue with blizzard.
05/15/2012 02:24 PMPosted by AsherEliasI'm not a power gamer, I bought this game on the way home from work. I've been a console gamer for 10 years because I got tired of dealing with all the issues that came with PC gaming. With a console you just put the disc in and it just works. I gave SC2 a shot and I decided to try D3 and now I find out that Blizzard locks out single player if their server is offline? How is that my fault? Why am I being punished when I just paid 60 dollars for your game because you can't figure out how to keep a server online? Why do I even need to connect to a server? Probably something to do with piracy I'm sure but basically I just got punished for paying for the game. This has really soured me on computer gaming and blizzard.
05/15/2012 02:47 PMPosted by CyrillicI completely agree, the idea here is if I pay for a game I expect to have no trouble launching a game and playing it as soon as I put the CD in and install it. I do not care for multplayer, this is not an MMO.
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