Q u o t e: So you have no desire to play, and you cancelled your pre-order, yet you continue to hang out in the D3 forum.
People who have no interest in something tend to not talk about it anymore. If you're really serious, you'll stop posting immediately. That includes any replies to what I've just said, or what anyone else might say.
If you reply even once more, or make any more posts on the D3 forums, you've proven me right, that you WILL be buying this game.
See you at launch!
I await your responses and was awaiting a response to this thread. You should check out my history and see the last time I posted in the Diablo 3 forums. You'll find that I never have. So my "hanging out" has been not the forum, but just this one thread.
And I love a good debate, especially from one like this. If anything, I feel you're running away because - again - you're hurt from what has to be said. Just saying, "you've proven me right if you post again! you will buy this game!" is just hilarious. Just to get it through damn skull that I won't be buying this game: http://img840.imageshack.us/img840/9316/screenshotdly.png
Now, I want to hear your shots at my cons. I'll list them 2 at a time for you, or anyone else to argue and try to make me see the positive in them.
1.) Tutorial screens - Even if I unchecked the box in the options menu, it glitches and manages to crawl its way back to my screen (even if I click the apply button). Why are we so determined to place these stupid things on my screen? I would rather try and play it like a Diablo game... Not a "let's hold your hand!" as many have said.
2.) Inventory space - 2 slots for body armor? Don't make me laugh. I loved the fact that you'd run out of space in the original 2 games and feel forced to go back to town and sell stuff (or just drop it on the ground) to get more things. In Diablo 3, I didn't hear the character say he was out of space ONCE. Does he say it?
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