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8-02-2011 @ 4:06AM
I heard that Diablo 3 will have a PvP component (at the last Blizzcon). In which case, it can make a difference.And @ Scooter. Right on!! In our world, the wealthy (or those with dad's credit card) can get all the cool toys. In games, you have to earn things and that's part of the fun. So, if you work hard, support kids (or pay for school) and squeeze out enough money to buy a decent system to play the game and then enough to buy the game, that's all that matters. The other part of the world is left behind. But with real cash system, it brings all that (often depressing) reality into the game. The game should be its own world, with you getting what you put into it, and nothing more. When you get out from behind the comp, you can see the difference between those with a lot of disposable income and those without. I don't need to see it in game.My friend, a long time Blizzard fan (originally introduced me to Diablo) sadly stated that Diablo 3 was no longer on his list of games he wants to get, and he'd been looking forward to it for a long time. It's not just the AH thing but also that you have to stay online, even if the ONLY thing you EVER want to do is play solo.
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