Nope and don't expect to. Similar reason to chadwx - I have no intention to ever try to master a set dungeon, that's the most anti-fun crap I have ever experienced in any Diablo game.
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Apr 30, 2016Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Really, you need to think of single-player and multi-player D3 as two completely different games.
imho, the difference between single-player and multi-player is much greater than the difference between Softcore and Hardcore.
If you enjoy single-player (like I do), then play it. But don't look at the multi-player people and get angry that they are vastly more advanced than you. That's like a Hardcore player looking at a Softcore player who goes full glass cannon and dies a lot, and getting angry that you can't do that in Hardcore.
Feb 7, 2016Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
There's no denying Haedrig's Gift made a massive change to the way the season unfolds. I'm a super casual player and within two weeks of this season starting, my character was more advanced than the best I'd ever achieved in any previous season or in non-seasonal play! I found this quite enjoyable, especially since the build pushed on me by the class I chose and the set they awarded me - Leapquake Barbarian - is incredibly fun to play.
But I absolutely understand that it would have really undermined the seasonal experience for some people, unavoidably so.
I like the suggestion mentioned in Bagstone's post about the Gift giving you two pieces each of three sets. That's generous without being game-defining.
Jan 8, 2016Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
There are few things more unattractive than throwing a temper tantrum, not because something bad happened to you, but because something good happened to someone else.
Answer me this question: are you, as a non-season player, going to have less stash space as a result of this change, or exactly the same amount as you have now?
Nov 29, 2015Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Those playtimes are only considered casual and super-casual amongst the spectacularly enclosed bubble that is the Diablofans forums.
It is easy. It just tedious. Real life? yea i have a job. heck I only play solo and 4 hours a day and i got the final portrait in 1 month and this is considered casual. play time of 8 hours a week is considered super casual. If you play that much you shouldnt even be bitching about stash space. You dont even play the game enough to worry about it.
Nov 27, 2015Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
A minority opinion on this forum, I should think. Shouldn't you have finished your one-time playthrough and left by now?
Oct 19, 2015Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Would rather development be focused on making entertaining games, rather than artificial addictive chores on a game that isn't fun enough to play without them.
Sep 4, 2015st0rmie posted a message on Is the game getting out of hand a little too quicklyPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Unless you genuinely believe you are in the top 0.1% in the world - in skill, dedication and playtime - then just treat the leaderboards as a curiosity, nothing more.
Apr 26, 2015Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
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May 6, 2016Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Since this is conceptually difficult, I decided to write a guide for the site. Please forgive the lack spread sheets and hard data. Most evidence is anecdotal and may not work if lacking soul.
How to enjoy Diablo 3:
- Play because you like it
- Measure your success by comparing your own skills and GR levels to where you were last season
- Play a meta class/build when attempting to play meta, do other things when not being meta
- Be appreciative of the fact this game has received significant attention in the last year and a half without further cash investment - an extreme rarity in today's market
- Give helpful and thoughtful criticism when irritated with situations in the game. Data is great for making a point!
- Do other things when you're bored or don't feel like playing. Here is a helpful list!
- Go outside
- Read a book
- Talk to people and invest in meaningful relationships
- Learn something
- Work out
- Avoid doing these things
- Being confrontational and rude for no reason
- Calling people sheep, sheeple, etc. - no one cares about your opinion. Seriously. People will enjoy what they want.
- Forcing a build that is bad or lackluster onto a group of random people and being upset when you can't keep up
- Complaining about not being the best if you're not willing to do what it takes to be the best
Follow these simple tips and I guarantee you will thoroughly enjoy your Diablo experience! Or at least avoid not enjoying it!!! Because who has time for things they don't like? Life is short. Do what you love, fam.
May 5, 2016Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I am baffled by the fact that you took the time to write that. Your hero doesn't fit the group meta. Is that really a big deal? How you made the mental leap between you voluntarily playing a build in a setting that makes it boring and Blizzard as a whole being incompetent, I will never know.
I've been lurking on this site since it started and I've seen a lot of pointless posts full of misdirected anger and accusations but this is one really takes the cake. I mean really, do you have deep and intimate connections with the barbarian class that warrants blanket negative generalizations of an entire company that you need to share so that I can understand the depths of your irrational rage?
It is a game. Just a game. One that has probably already yielded you more hours of entertainment per dollar spent than almost any other activity in your entire lifetime. Is there really that much to complain about, much less be enraged over?
You are free to roll a class or build that fits the current group meta, play alone and enjoy yourself, or even play a different game. Whatever you do, realize that your silly posts here or anywhere elseand won't change anything. You are just keeping yourself upset by trying to put a square peg in a round hole and then calling people names when it doesn't work. Stressing out over this and posting angry rants is literally bad for your well being. Not worth. Good luck finding emotional peace in your Diablo journey.
May 5, 2016Zaberious posted a message on RANT (PS3) Why are there asshole players on the PS3 community for this gamePosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Sorry kids PC will never have a fully customizable RPG that is only limited by your imagination. SO BUY SOME DICE AND BRING THE MOUNTAIN DEW .... its time for D&D!
Jan 29, 2016Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Woop, known botters get to high grifts, prolly botted to get unlimited keys/mats anyway like previous seasons >_>
If u steal 1mill dollar and buy a 1mill dollar car, nobody is gon congratulate u on getting it
Jan 25, 2016Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
The fact that the game is hacked on console, and by many players, is most certainly not an opinion.
This is your opinion, but sorry, it is bias and wrong.
PC and PS4 are nearly the same game. Both are great, and if you want to, you can play either or.
Just understand that on PS4 or XBox 1, you have the chance of joining a hacked game. I do not see any difference between botting and hacking, so both of them have tainted features. Play the one that is most appealing and accessible to you.
Jan 23, 2016Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
ATTENTION: THE PLAYGROUND IS NOW CLOSED!!!!
This thread, what happened here, is EXACTLY why we internally debate whether or not to allow botting discussions. Not because we covertly support botting practices, but because of what happened here in this thread.
In the future, please avoid arguing with angry posters. Just report them and be cool about it.
Jan 23, 2016BlacKcuD posted a message on I was permanetly banned from the official Diablo 3 Battle.net forums for praising Jay Wilson and the game.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
This. It is borderline impossible to eat a perma ban on your first account on battle.net.
Jan 23, 2016AngaarSmiles posted a message on I was permanetly banned from the official Diablo 3 Battle.net forums for praising Jay Wilson and the game.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
no one ever gets perma ban the first time. you must of been trolling for awhile and they had enough.
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