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    #26
    For all the complaints about D3, it had easily the funnest actual gameplay of all 3, and the skills were really well thought out/imaginative.

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    #27
    The problem with so many modern games is that they are too multiplayer focused. What the hell is wrong with playing a game with a strong narrative focus? I couldn't give a raccoons right arsehole about "seasons" and "ladders". I don't care if I'm more leet than some 13 year old boy from Oslo.

    Guess I'm just old.

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    #28
    Valeo wrote:
    Quite insane the difference in hype between D3's release and D4's. Could not care less about D4, while I scoured the internet for any D3 information for years before it came out.

    D3 ended up being a really fun game; D4 just seems like they took all of the boring D3 criticism (it's too bright etc.) to heart and made a game for the reddit whiners. Boring.
    I think PoE has already scratched peoples backs and satisfied them enough to not be super hyped about this.

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    #29
    Valeo wrote:
    For all the complaints about D3, it had easily the funnest actual gameplay of all 3, and the skills were really well thought out/imaginative.
    If they can combine the smoothness and gameplay of three with the systems and mechanics of two then it will be pretty nice.

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    #30
    Bobs wrote:
    The problem with so many modern games is that they are too multiplayer focused. What the hell is wrong with playing a game with a strong narrative focus? I couldn't give a raccoons right arsehole about "seasons" and "ladders". I don't care if I'm more leet than some 13 year old boy from Oslo.

    Guess I'm just old.

    Diablo 2 was multiplayer focused, though...

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    #31
    Bobs wrote:
    The problem with so many modern games is that they are too multiplayer focused. What the hell is wrong with playing a game with a strong narrative focus? I couldn't give a raccoons right arsehole about "seasons" and "ladders". I don't care if I'm more leet than some 13 year old boy from Oslo.

    Guess I'm just old.
    Diablo was focused on the then new Battle.net, and Diablo II was always targeted as a multiplayer game.
    Both had excellent single player story modes, but they were multiplayer at their core.