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I've played the Diablo games since I was ten years old. At the time, none of my friends had heard of it. I was a girl who loved these dark, evil games, and I waited for ten years alone. I know many people started anticipating this game a few years back, but none of my friends had heard of it before then. When Diablo 3 came out, every single one of them bought it, but none of them had ten years of anticipation and, perhaps, frustration, behind their purchase like I did.
There were many things making me angry about the whole damn game to start with. For one, when it came out, I was in the gap period between college ending and my apartment being ready, so I was staying with my internetless father. I had to wait three weeks longer than my friends to play a game I'd waited almost eleven years for. So the whole internet thing really made me angry. For one, I'm a single pringle gamer, and hate other people messing with my game, and I didn't want to go online anyway. My solution now is to just not add any friends on my account. It's working out fine.
The other thing that made me mad was my Dell. It couldn't play the damned game. I'd waited that long for a game that required a horribly expensive graphics card? Lame, man. But I tried it on my Sony laptop, and it works fine. I don't really like to game with my laptop, but oh well.
Then my game had an issue 'authenticating my credentials' when I went to log in. This had nothing to do with the servers, because, as I mentioned, this was several weeks after release. So I reported the issue and waited for EVER! Finally, a nice southern man named Collin gave me a call and fixed my issue.
So then I played the game. And none of my issues mattered anymore. Stunning graphics, brilliant music, and some familiar demons that had impressed me since grade school washed around me, and I was home. I was immersed in a new volume of my favorite game, where there were new faces and old, furthering stories I'd waited so long to know. About as awesome as a new Harry Potter book, really. And I'm not going to sit here and talk to you about how many pixels per square inch, or compare it to capabilities of other games, because I don't care. The game is great. Most of the bad reviews here were written the day of the server crash, and should be taken down. When you're talking a decade, one extra day shouldn't have mattered. And if it mattered enough for them to give it one star without even playing, then they don't deserve to.
Diablo 3 isn't about resolution and the auction house or cheating stats.... it's an experience, a story. Gamers sometimes lose passion, and they can't see the forest for the trees. All this talk about computers to optimize this, or screens to optimize that, really aren't about the game at all. For me, the game is me looking back and being a kid, while looking forward to kicking some demon ass.
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