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Marius wrote:Otto, I'd support an alternative to always-on for hacking, but don't think any such alternative exists. I also see always-on as providing other advantages, like bigger multiplayer population, more investment money into the game, better economy etc.
Marius wrote:The game relies heavily on item trading between players.
Marius wrote:If I played Diablo 1 and 2 multiplayer 90% of the time, how does Diablo 3 change the very nature of the game? (For me, anyway... just pointing out that what is the nature of the games is personal.)
Diablo 1 and 2 did a few different things. Blizzard is just focusing their efforts behind one thing to strengthen the game.
Gamer87 wrote:If only you knew how much 'spyware' you actually had on your computer right now...
TRB wrote:Marius wrote:The game relies heavily on item trading between players.
In what way does it 'rely' on item trading?
I never needed to trade anything during the beta.
having item trading and 'relying' on item trading are not the same thing.
TRB wrote:Gamer87 wrote:If only you knew how much 'spyware' you actually had on your computer right now...
None that is able to or even trying to initiate any outgoing connection currently.
Hardware and software firewalls and IP blacklists ftw.
Collect0r wrote:Otto-matic wrote: Yeah screw those overseas military personnel protecting people or some such nonsense!
yep, because i want them to be doing what they are paid for, Protecting my rights and freedoms, Not playing video games
TRB wrote:They deserve to be able to take part in whatever past time they like to use to relax and unwind from what is generally a very stressful environment.
Shuth wrote:The argument isn't about being able to play video games in downtime - it's that they should be able to play online video games in their downtime. There are plenty of other games that do not require always-online connections - D3 isn't one of them.
poida wrote: but stop whinging about it because its not going to change, your just pissing into the wind.
TRB wrote:poida wrote: but stop whinging about it because its not going to change, your just pissing into the wind.
Why? because you say so? what if those people just want to make their opinion heard?
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