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    I would totally play this class, I love my ranged classes in ARPGs.

    Too bad they aren't interested in my money by including the always-on DRM for SP. Runic and Crate will be getting my patronage and I won't be losing any sleep over not being able to play Kotick's draconian DRM APRG.

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    I think hemad.

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    Bt wrote:
    What an utterly compelling argument in that meaty post of yours. You've totally convinced me to not just be a spineless doormat and buy DRMablo 3, but to pay the inevitably rip off NZ price tag for it.

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    There is a point where people stop having an opinion worth debating and just start sounding mental.

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    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    What an utterly compelling argument in that meaty post of yours. You've totally convinced me to not just be a spineless doormat and buy DRMablo 3, but to pay the inevitably rip off NZ price tag for it.
    If you had of said this 5 years ago, I would agree with you.
    Times are a changin'.

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    Yes, that's why Ubisoft listened to criticism and thus have not included their always-on DRM in most of their recent releases. Also they've patched it out of some of their older games.

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    Wasn't that because their DRM system was flat out shit and didn't work?

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    Videogames on both PC and Consoles will only get more DRM in the future, not less.

    If you don't like it and can't live with it, then now would be a good time to stop playing videogames.


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    MarksoN wrote:
    Wasn't that because their DRM system was flat out shit and didn't work?
    I recall several anecdotes of it working fine for a lot of people actually, with slow internet connections too. Mind you these were posts from international forums, can't recall much NZ-based discussion.

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    SirGrim wrote:
    Videogames on both PC and Consoles will only get more DRM in the future, not less.

    If you don't like it and can't live with it, then now would be a good time to stop playing videogames.

    Your absolutist statement only serves to reveal your ignorance. There will continue to be many, many (legal) options on PC.

    Care level = zero about consoles, I can live without them. The ones I have mostly gather dust from disuse.

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    #13
    This game looks so last gen.

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    Blizzard - Not trying anything new since forever.

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    Im looking forward to this,but not as much as I was 3 years ago...

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    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    What an utterly compelling argument in that meaty post of yours. You've totally convinced me to not just be a spineless doormat and buy DRMablo 3, but to pay the inevitably rip off NZ price tag for it.
    You mean unlike your compelling argument, which is based on real-life evidence showing that the DRM on the final product is performing poorly, and not based on any assumptions whatsoever.

    OH WAI...


    Bobs wrote:
    Blizzard - Not trying anything new since forever.
    And yet still somehow all of their releases are AAA...

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    Made me interested in the Demon Hunter. It's been at the bottom of my list up till now.
    Eagle32
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    At least Blizzard are trying to make the Demon Hunter backstory not look like it was copied from Warcraft lore, I guess.

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    m still playing a wizard first

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    Big breasts, glowing eyes, tight clothing. What more could a man possibly want?

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    lazers.


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    PRiME wrote:
    Big breasts, glowing eyes, tight clothing. What more could a man possibly want?
    A real woman maybe

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    a real woman would get owned by those zombies though :<

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    They would be argued into submission

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    iRoN wrote:
    You mean unlike your compelling argument, which is based on real-life evidence showing that the DRM on the final product is performing poorly, and not based on any assumptions whatsoever.

    OH WAI...
    How well the DRM performs in the end is irrelevant. There's utterly no need for always-on DRM for SP, period. They could easily give players not interested in MP the option of characters that can't be taken online. Boom, your MP game remains exploit free.

    I'm perfectly fine with one-time or even periodic online activation, but always-on is where I draw the line. I'll be voting with my wallet and not buying this game.

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