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(Twitter)   Either Diablo 3 is coming to the Switch, or Blizzard is about to release the most terrifying nightlight ever   ( twitter.com) divider line
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2018-03-02 08:55:25 PM  
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2018-03-02 09:08:13 PM  
I'm going with "most terrifying nightlight ever"
 
2018-03-02 09:53:32 PM  
 
2018-03-02 10:01:29 PM  
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2018-03-02 10:11:06 PM  
Dang. Got my hopes up for a second. Kinda.
 
2018-03-02 10:21:16 PM  

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That would be slightly less creepy if it was partially melted and speaking in tongues.
 
2018-03-02 11:52:01 PM  
Is there anyone out there who would play a game like D3 who hasn't actually played D3?
 
2018-03-03 01:49:46 AM  

Slow To Return: Is there anyone out there who would play a game like D3 who hasn't actually played D3?


*raises hand*

I played a lot of Diablo II and Torchlight, but, much like Sim City, all the issues surrounding it's initial release prevented me from ever playing it.  Well, that and losing a lot of faith in Blizzard to actually make a good game rather than relying on the monster known as WoW.
 
2018-03-03 02:08:26 AM  

Summoner101: Slow To Return: Is there anyone out there who would play a game like D3 who hasn't actually played D3?

*raises hand*

I played a lot of Diablo II and Torchlight, but, much like Sim City, all the issues surrounding it's initial release prevented me from ever playing it.  Well, that and losing a lot of faith in Blizzard to actually make a good game rather than relying on the monster known as WoW.


I skipped it because of the 'only online' part. My 'gaming rig' (lol) wasn't connectable at the time.

I might play it if I ever get my hands on something better than my craptop, though. Loved Torchlight
 
2018-03-03 03:32:12 AM  

Slow To Return: Is there anyone out there who would play a game like D3 who hasn't actually played D3?


Yeah, I wondered how it still is selling so expensively. Even after they closed the market thing. I bought it pretty new for $60 on PC and it seems like 5 years ago.

I tried to buy the PS4 version just because I received it as a present and thought, hey easy game to pick up, button mash and put down but GameStop wanted $40 IIRC.
 
2018-03-03 04:38:31 AM  

Summoner101: Slow To Return: Is there anyone out there who would play a game like D3 who hasn't actually played D3?

*raises hand*

I played a lot of Diablo II and Torchlight, but, much like Sim City, all the issues surrounding it's initial release prevented me from ever playing it.  Well, that and losing a lot of faith in Blizzard to actually make a good game rather than relying on the monster known as WoW.


I played D2 a lot back in the day on my PC, then I got D3 on my Xbox (a friend I wanted to play with had the xbox version). Three observations -

1 - The PC interface is better for this type of game. I like playing games on my Xbox but I can recognize that sometimes a keyboard and mouse are just better.

2 - I liked D2 better. Part of this may be just be that it was on the Xbox but it didn't feel as customizable, really let you get into the numbers and mechanics and guts of the thing.

3 - If you get a good price, give it a try. It's decent for what it is.
 
2018-03-03 04:46:47 AM  
Anyone have to recover a Blizzard account after you got rid of a phone you had the authenticator on? I know email them and wait it out but thought there might be an easier way.
 
2018-03-03 04:50:41 AM  

Slow To Return: Is there anyone out there who would play a game like D3 who hasn't actually played D3?


I would/haven't. I didn't get it when it came out because I always wait for prices on games to drop before I buy them, and preferably for them to be on sale or something. And then I just completely forgot all about D3. I buy basically all of my games on either Steam or the Humble Bundle, and it fell off my radar. Looking it up now, it seems like it's $20, and there are still better deals to be had, so I'll wait until a) I'm making more money and can thus raise my gaming budget b) I've bought all of the cheaper games that I want or c) it gets even cheaper (no more than $20 for the game and DLC bundle is my general rule of thumb, and I'll only break that for a franchise I really like or a game I've been anticipating).
 
2018-03-03 05:38:34 AM  

SirSigsegV: (no more than $20 for the game and DLC bundle is my general rule of thumb


I should add to my above post that I played D3 relatively early on so I didn't experience all the updates and expansions, thanks for the reminder.
 
2018-03-03 08:10:45 AM  

Cyclonic Cooking Action: Anyone have to recover a Blizzard account after you got rid of a phone you had the authenticator on? I know email them and wait it out but thought there might be an easier way.


Had to do that a year or so ago. I either did it by chat or I called in. Had to verify my address. Had moved 3-4 times since initial setup so I had to keep guessing until I got it right. Process didn't take long from what I remember.
 
2018-03-03 01:47:38 PM  
D3 is pretty bad. If you haven't played it yet and you're thinking about buying it, I'd recommend purchasing the remastered D2 instead (whenever that gets releazed).
 
2018-03-04 12:53:50 AM  
I still prefer Diablo 1 (with Hellfire expansion). ;)
 
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