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Jun 10, 2008Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from "SilVerSurFnStud" »This means i get to go duel all my HC chars again -Sigh- Im actually kinda sad about this reset. 1 year is somewhat shorter then previous resets. But if its 1 step closer to d3 then count me in.
count any diablo fan in... lol
Jun 10, 2008i think it was aquired. And i sent medieval dragon a pm asking for what he thought the "percentage" of diablo 3 being announced this year.Posted in: News & Announcements
There is not much evidence to make a percent. I can say it is high.
1. Blizzard Worldwide Invitationals end on June 29. Diablo II and LOD were both released on June 29. It is the Diablo II & LOD anniversaries.
2. WWI takes place in Paris -- not far from the Cathedral of Notredame.
3. Frank Pearce said Team 3 was working on something awesome.
4. Back on 2003, when the executives left Blizzard North, it was revealed Blizzard North was working on 2 unannounced games. One got canned -- if you check the US Trademark website a trademark named Diablo II: Salvation was abandoned on 2003. Which leaves a second game unaccounted for and unannounced.
5. A Blizz spokesman said there would be three game announcements ... Only Starcraft 2 and Wrath of the Lich King have been announced -- leaving a third game still unannounced.
I don't know about percents but that smells like there is a unannounced game missing. The question is "When" will it be announced. It can be WWI or BlizzCon (October).
thanks to medieval for the pm back!
Jun 9, 2008DIABLO® III REVEALED AT BLIZZARD HEADQUARTERSPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
IRVINE, Calif. - April 1, 2008 -- Overwhelmed by an army of angry and impatient fans, Blizzard Entertainment® today reluctantly unveiled Diablo® III, the third groundbreaking title in its highly acclaimed role-playing game series and sequel to the award-winning Diablo® II: Lord of DestructionTM, at the company's very first surprise press conference at its newly opened headquarters.
The announcement took place in the Blizzard Entertainment campus courtyard, in front of select members of the press who received a startling impromptu presentation that included a ten-second, freshly pre-rendered Diablo III cinematic trailer and a physically re-enacted gameplay demonstration by the development team taken hostage by the gamers.
Under threat of a forum member's taser "of teh win," public relations staff explained that designed to be a revolutionary single-player and online role-playing experience, Diablo III will set players on a multitude of dynamically generated quests on the path to defeat the demonic forces of Diablo and his demon brothers Baal and Mephisto. Eight brand new and re-imagined character classes [zzap! aieee!] will be highly customizable in appearance and abilities, with 20 hero-specific skills per character and 10 shared abilities used to battle over 300 varieties of monsters in and an immersive 3D-graphics world.
Set in the massive worlds of Sanctuary, Hell, and the High Heavens, Diablo III will include a compelling single-player story mode, as well as fast-paced online play through an upgraded version of Blizzard's renowned online gaming service, Battle.net®.
Diablo III will reinvent the persistent online world concept while preserving its hero-centric story, permitting up to ten players to join in on a game session for cooperative game play and dueling matches. Characters engage the forces of evil in a limitless world spanning, for the first time, the entire continents of Sanctuary, the High Heavens, and Hell including never before seen lands to explore. Using the latest graphics technology including DirectX® 10.1, its next-generation 3D engine helps create a thrilling, immersive role-playing experience.
"With Diablo III, we'll do everything we wanted to do with the first two games and much, much more," pleaded Bill Roper, Senior Producer of Diablo II, whose team at Flagship Studios have abruptly moved Diablo III to their top priority. "We recognize that expectations are high but we plan to meet those expectations and deliver an engaging, action-packed, competitive experience that Diablo players and role-playing gamers worldwide will enjoy. Now will you let us go?"
Blizzard is developing Diablo III for simultaneous release on the Windows® and Macintosh® PC platforms. Further information about the game, including details on the single-player, multiplayer, and subscription features, as well as system requirements, pricing, and availability, will be announced in the months ahead. No, no, I mean days! Days, yes! To learn more about Diablo III, please visit the official website at www.blizzard.com/diablo3 and contact the authorities.
About the Diablo Series
When the original Diablo® was released in 1997, it was considered a critical success and reached number one on NPD INTELECT during its first month in stores. The game has sold in excess of 2.5 million copies worldwide and was honored as the number-one selling computer role-playing game in 1997 as well as being named Game of the Year by Computer Gaming World.
Debuting in June, 2000 Diablo® II dominated PC game charts with sales of 4 million copies worldwide according to NPD INTELECT and key retail accounts around the world. The game was awarded several accolades including the prestigious Computer Game of the Year, Computer Role Playing Game of the Year and Game of the Year for 2001 by the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences. The critically acclaimed expansion set, Diablo® II: Lord of DestructionTM, released in 2001, became the fastest selling expansion set in PC game history. In its first week alone, it surpassed 1 million units sold worldwide and captured a record 17.7% of total U.S. PC game market share, also according to NPD INTELECT.
About Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.
Best known for blockbuster hits including World of Warcraft® and the Warcraft®, StarCraft®, and Diablo® series, Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. (www.blizzard.com), a division of Vivendi Games, is a premier developer and publisher of entertainment software renowned for creating some of the industry's most critically acclaimed games. Blizzard's track record includes ten #1-selling games and multiple Game of the Year awards. The company's online-gaming service, Battle.net, is one of the largest in the world, with millions of active users. In South Korea, Blizzard is regarded as having played a major role in bringing about the birth of professional gamers and game broadcasting. Furthermore, its games are acknowledged as one of the key drivers behind the popularization of South Korea's PC game room business.
he he look at the date. I know it isnt april 1st but it think its a good joke... I feel for you guys 8 years and counting.. At least pc action gives us hope. lol
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Jun 27, 2008Posted in: NewsQuote from "Gainne" »Woot! It's all really close now!
Have fun MD!, and if you are bored and find yourself alone with nothing to do...., you can always break into the conference room before tomorrow and get some first hand information about Diablo III
he he we can send md some bombs to blow up the room and get the top secret files. WAHHAHAHHAHAAH
Jun 16, 2008Posted in: NewsQuote from "alexiskool12345" »I def. think there's something more then just Starcraft 2 pro comments and wotlk info. That just isn't enough content to warrant an entire event at this point. That and the fact that of all the countries/cities in this world, they chose Paris, France.
Ya.. So maybe blizzard wanted the slip ups, make them look accidental, to get the suspense up?
Jun 15, 2008he he he look how they changed it guys.. *dunno if anyone has posted it yet*Posted in: News
The Blizzard Worldwide Invitational, to be held in Paris on June 28th & 29th is sold out! If you can't attend, Xfire will be on the showfloor, bringing the event straight to your computer!
Get behind the scenes with Xfire during WWI to:
· Follow the opening ceremony in our live chat rooms together with hundreds of other Blizzard fans
· Learn what the pros think of the latest Starcraft 2 developments, including the Zerg race
· Discover the latest version of the 2nd WoW Expansion, Wrath of the Lich King
· Get to see exclusive pictures and videos from the event
· Follow the invitational WoW Arena, Warcraft 3 and Starcraft tournaments
Come back here starting June 27th for our first news udpates about the event. In the meantime, you can register for the chat rooms by entering your email address on the right hand side of this page.
where is the part about the game being announced?? they erased it cuz blizzard prob got pissed at them. Unless if it is something new, they are going to announce Diablo 3 cuz they are making
1. Wow Wotlk
2. Starcraft 2
3. Diablo 3. Woot! A couple of weeks left!! It all fits. Pc Action could be saving diablo 3 until its september issue, when it is save to announce it and get the *professional* hands on. Im hoping that if they do announce it, we get a sick poster.
Jun 10, 2008Darkenmal posted a message on Review - Diablo: The Sin War Trilogy, The Veiled Prophetya i think the dude paid way to much attention to the sex parts.. lolPosted in: News
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