Sorry Jay and Rob. I truly am. I wanted this game to be perfect more than I have ever felt for any game in my 20+ years as a dedicated gamer. I tried so hard to make it fun as I logged countless hours in it. But the truth is, to me and many others...
No matter how "financially successful" it may be, to the heart and soul of your business -the gamers- Diablo 3 just did not deliver.
I totally agree. And I am truly sorry, as this all thing is very sad indeed. Nobody wanted this.
But as someone else pointed out, the majority of the critics are not from basic haters, but true Diablo lovers, who want to be heard. Desperately.
Reading many posts it feels like D3 belongs to the past already though. Such a drama, such a controversy on a video game...
Why should we bother after all, shouldn't we just wait for the next CoD, be happy about it and then jump on the next big thing? Instead we are still wanting something special, that remains a bit longer, something to care for, like D1 and D2, made by people who care just as much as us.
Seriously, this does not exist anymore; I feel old and out of synch, should forget about D3, about the hope growing years before its announcement, and the copy I bought, being convinced it was up for a decade.
Anyway, question: can we sell our copy on the RMAH? Would be a meaningful end to the story.
Sarcasm... the only thing that remains now.