And it's funny how people feel that when a company takes a stance on what's best for their product, people think they have a right to tell them what to do. Diablo 3 belongs to Blizzard, and yeah, they are making it for their fanbase, but ultimately they will create it anyway they see fit. That is 100% their right, isn't it?Quote from maka
I have to say, the empathy level on this forum has to be on an all-time low. The amount of times I've read "I don't use it, so I'm glad it's out" is staggering. No big surprise, though.
It's especially funny when you read things like "MODS RUINED MY ONLINE BORDERLANDS EXPERIENCE!". So? What does that add to the discussion? Nobody's asking for mods in the main, bnet servers. What does this have to do with anything?
Who are we to dictate the usage to their intellectual property.
I've never felt the urge to write to an author to let him know I demand changes to his work, just because I disagree.
Really it's not so much a matter of empathy, more a case of apathy. This is Blizzard's choice and that's how it is.
You know what, people cracked WoW and created 3rd party servers. Perhaps the same will happen with D3. Then people can create their own second rate, illicit content.