DSOGaming writes: "And we have the first people we managed to complete the SP mode of Diablo III."
Well of course, did anyone expect any different? Koreans are hardcore when it comes to games like these lol.
I and you can do the same ... just skip everything it's different from killing enemy, rush into the game and go to the end title.
Humans never cease to amaze me... they wait a decade for a game to come out and then blow through it and say "new game please". I prefer to savor my first play through of a game.
Koreans Killed Mai Servas!?!
you must be the bubble god :O
BOW TO THEE BUBBLE GAWDDDD
multiple accounts got boosted his account probably lol
Or He has been on N4G since 2006 and he is a staff member, Mod, and Site Admin over at TechSpy... But he probably just boosted I imagine =)
His response to you lmao. He is just a nerd is all
@Syko you must be proud have a cookie.
Why doesn't anyone comment on the articles on TechSpy?
Or FilmWatch for that matter (well they get a few, but for it being the film industry and all, you'd expect a lot more).
i think imdb kinda have that department covered. i do go to techspy and anime shinbun from time to time.
First of all they're Koreans... Secondly, they probably ran through the whole thing and didn't really "play" the game the way it was intended. I'm not even done with the part from the beta because I'm taking my time to explore everything carefully. I want to enjoy the game and have it last for a long time.
Yeah. Still though, it's impressive. Lets see now if someone can finish it under 3 hours
Give them a prize. Go you crazy koreans, you may live life on a knife edge but your good at Diablo III. Woo hoo.
Technically I think anybody could do this if they just blow through the main story, but that's not how RPGs are meant to be played or what they're about.
That's not impressive , merely ridiculous , but more power to those that care for such feats
Well that's not too hard. The game unlocked first in Asia.
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