04/08/2013 11:55 PMPosted by Jowy68
We want to make the best game possible. Can we make the best game possible for everyone? Probably not. There are a lot of varying opinions out there about what makes a good game vs. what doesn't. Are we going try? Definitely.
Will we still make decisions that feel right to our developers and align with their goals? Yes. Will we keep reevaluating what that is in light of community feedback? Absolutely. While we're responsible for the vision and design of Diablo III (in a way, I guess that's an agenda), we're also creating the experience for our players. This doesn't mean we're going to implement every piece of feedback we get, but it does mean we value that feedback considerably and use it as a touchstone whenever making/considering changes.
A lot of the stuff in 1.0.8 is actually inspired by conversations we saw in this very forum. Speaking of, 1.0.8 is up on PTR, would love your impressions after you've gotten the opportunity to play.
Your culprit is in bold. No need to thank me
So then Blizz needs to throw out their vision for the game. So that if anyone was to interview them about the future of D3. They would say well we really do not have our own vision for D3. If you want to know the future of D3 just visit the official forums because there is where we get our vision. If they did that then I would seriously consider never playing another Blizz title. Because a company has to have a plan for any product they produce, just like they do their business. Without a plan and goals to achieve. Then there is no way of telling if you have a successful product or company.