Kaz wrote:So diablo 3 gets boring pretty quickly. I haven't touched it in a week and a half. There's no end game to speak of. No point in making new characters since you always have access to all skills. The itemization is one dimensional. The uniques all suck. There are no interesting combos to try. All classes stack DPS/main stat with some vit/all-res on the side, making every character the same for everyone. Since it's nigh impossible to be "skillful" due to the retarded undodgeable melee hits, the game is nothing more than a boring gear check.
Is this how WoW plays? Because goddamn if I wouldn't rather pound nails through my dick.
Cassiel wrote:Anyway, no one I know even realizes Diablo 3 finally came out. They're all too busy playing DayZ.
Kaz wrote:This explains why Arma 2 has been mysteriously topping the Steam sales charts.
Blizzard wrote:When we initially designed and implemented the auction houses, the driving goal was to provide a convenient and secure system for trades. But as we've mentioned on different occasions, it became increasingly clear that despite the benefits of the AH system and the fact that many players around the world use it, it ultimately undermines Diablo's core game play: kill monsters to get cool loot. With that in mind, we want to let everyone know that we've decided to remove the gold and real-money auction house system from Diablo III.
We feel that this move along with the Loot 2.0 system being developed concurrently with Reaper of Souls™ will result in a much more rewarding game experience for our players.
We're working out the details of how the auction house system will be shut down, but we wanted to share the news as soon as we made the decision in order to give everyone as much advance notice as possible. Please note that the shutdown will occur on March 18, 2014. We will keep everyone informed as we work through this process.
Josh Mosqueira and I wanted to provide everyone with a little more information behind this decision, so please have a look at the video, and stay tuned to this site for further updates in the months ahead.
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