GamerFitNation: Gregory Laporte met up with Matthew Berger developer of Diablo III at PAX East 2013. In this interview, Berger talks everything that’s new on Diablo III for the PlayStation 3.
IMHO it will be better because no ALWAYS ONLINE option. That in itself makes it 100x better.
I do like what they're saying. Diablo 2 was one of the first games I really got into and I was really looking forward to this game before it came out. I'm still not really sure what the problems were that bothered people but I've liked what I've seen so far from Diablo 3.
I think what people hated about the game was: shit story always online shit items lagggggg servers down Tho 3 of those negatives will be taken away with the console version :D.
Well the story in Diablo never really grabbed me to begin with, but hearing about bad loot is worrisome. The whole purpose of that game is to kill monsters for loot. Story, levels, boss fights, they're all just icing; the look is the cake. I guess I'll just have to wait and see.
Don't forget the complete loss of attribute and skill points. In D3 every character is the exact same as every of other character of that class and level except for what gear they're wearing. That's what killed it for me.
I'm excited. I didn't buy it originally because I only have a extremely worn out laptop that can't take anything so this will be great. I don't care for whatever hate people have for this game, I did try the beta and I know this is a game I can sink my teeth in and play for a long time.
What exactly is Playstation Live lmao?
A lot of, if not all, of the console only features the guy said can easily be applied to the PC version. Dodge, bob-and-weave, direct control. He's talking as is you can't play a PC game like a console version when you plug in a controller. I can easily switch between KBM and an X Box 360 control scheme when playing Bastion. Blizzard on the other hand thinks it's impossible. The only exclusive feature PC gamers are stuck with is the always online DRM. Hard to get excited or proud about that.
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