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As much as I am enjoying the game, I am finding myself more and more bored with the drops already. I will be excited when my first Legendary drops whenever it does, but I know I will not use it. This game is about the items and things you find, that is what will keep its players playing.
+1 on this. Game is great otherwise, item and loot system needs a revamp, definitely.
our voice must be heard,
i find myself already thinking about an expansion pack with more to offer.
the game is great though, great in the sense that.
hopefully in time. with patches, among much blood, sweat and tears.
Diablo3 will prevail as another long lasting, truly satisfying dungeon crawler.
you know what's really sad? it's gonna hurt the auction house really bad, all those people hoping to make a few bucks off their legendary items.
So far the most rewarding experience for me has been the gameplay, but what happens when you beat the game over and over? Diablo 2 lasted 10+ years because of loot, there isnt a piece of loot that has dropped my jaw yet
The thing is that the community is not asking for a D2 clone. We're not asking for ethereal items, socketed white items, or runes. That is xpac material if anything. The masses want balance and proper itemization. Legendaries should be special. They should have good stats. They should be the best in their class. Right now i will say that the rarity is perfect. These things are hard to come by. The problem is that there is no point. They are the highly desired undesirables. They have no use or appeal.
The fix is easy. Buff the legendaries, give them special, unique, and powerful abilities. Give them a 5-8% increase in stats over the average rare in its range.
Oh, or you could always just penalize the range of stats allowed on blues by 20% and rares by 5-8% if the worry is about them being to overpowered if they get buffed. That might normalize it abit and make blues feel like they're in their proper place.
Listen to the players. We know what we want. Blizzard knows how to make great games...and right now the cries must be heard. We're screaming for the breaks, but the bus is still rolling.
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