Nope, I will not use article pages. I am only posting now because you brought my name into it. But I do not play D3 anymore, maybe when my friend comes over and wants to play. Of course the OPtimum way to play for me and my friends would be LAN. But their not smart enough to fix that problem.
again i would not have posted if you did not bring my name into it in your post.
it has also been what... 3 months now since launch?? I don't know many games that aren't MMOs that keep people interest for 3+ months. However I also think the 1.0.4 patch will bring more people back to try out new things.
I would check on the online number but the not so smart corperation is in matenance mode? the not so smart people need to make a offline mode/lan so people can play at any time. Or atleast not require 8 hours to do minimal work, 8 hours to me should include huge patches to fix all their issues.
For the record, there are games I, for one, have been playing for years - and not a puny ...3 months.
Civilization II. Baldur's Gate. Diablo II. Age of Empires II. Dungeon Siege. Total War: Shogun. Unreal Tournament 2004. Emperor: Battle for Dune. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind The Witcher. Half-Life II. Torchlight. Borderlands. (I'll stop here, the list is long)
When most gamers abandon a (supposedly) Triple-A game after 10-12 weeks, the game was a huge disappointment.