Excited to play it, but I'm kinda leaning towards just waiting for a server emulator.
Originally posted by chris1991
Damb, what kind of slaying for s video game.
Why cant people buy music like that though???
CD are $10>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Videogames$60
It's simple, really.
Music taste is much more selective than video game taste. While most people like a few genres of music that they'll be willing to buy, there's typically a huge spectrum of video game genres people enjoy. Also, it's way easier to download a CD than download and install a cracked video game, and that's just for PC. With Xbox 360, it's a huge hassle and with PS3 it is 100x worse.
Not only that, but video games are typically just more anticipated than music. Outside of the music stanning world, it takes a lot for an artist to have an anticipated album (Born This Way is the last one to be truly anticipated, in my opinion).
Video games just make way more money and get way more sales. There are so many simple factors that go into why.
Those of you hoping to quit your jobs and make a living selling your Diablo III loot for real money will have to keep flipping burgers a little while longer as Blizzard has announced the game's much-discussed real-money auction house has moved "outside the previously estimated May timeframe."
The real-money auction service was originally planned to launch a week after the game's May 15 release, but the rollout was briefly pushed back to a planned May 29 before this latest delay. Blizzard now says that it "need[s] a bit more time to iron out the existing general stability and gameplay issues" in order to "ensure everyone has the smoothest experience possible" with the service. While the company didn't suggest a new date for the launch, it did promise to have "more information soon."
Meanwhile, many Diablo III forum users have been complaining loudly about hackers breaking into their accounts and stealing accumulated items and gold, a problem that would seem crucial to fix before those items start having a real-world value through the auction house. Blizzard officially responded to these reports today, stressing that its servers have not been compromised. The "extremely small" number of complaints that Blizzard has received about compromised accounts have all boiled down to traditional password-stealing methods, the company said, despite rumors of "session spoofing" and other esoteric attacks.
Blizzard continues to recommend that players use a physical Battle.net authenticator or a Battle.net mobile authenticator app to provide additional account security. In fact, it says it hasn't heard a single report of a hacked account that used one of these two added security methods, so do yourself a favor and protect your loot before it's too late.
Taking my sweet time. Just made it to act 3 on normal difficulty
Quante ne vorrei fare ma poi rimango fermo
Guardo la vita in foto e già è arrivato un altro inverno
Non cambio mai su questo mai, distruggo tutto sempre
Se vi ho deluso chieder scusa non servirà a niente
I actually kind of hate Act II, but mostly for computer reasons. The quest in that act are just so long, with each of them having to traverse like 3 full zones. And my computer always decides to give out when I'm in the middle of these quests so I have to start over.