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Let's face it, Diablo 3 had a TERRIBLE launch. The servers went through a multitude of problems on launch day, the day after launch, a few rolling restarts and server/game crashes. However, being one of the most anticipated games of 2012, beating out Mass Effect 3, Max Payne 3, and probably all but Black Ops II, I can assure you that it's worth the wait.
The loot system is just as complex as before, the rune system is re-worked so no longer is it item based, it now adds an additional effect to a skill, making certain abilities better for solo play, or group play. Some abilities also are more useful depending on the difficulty. Do you want to be a glass cannon on Hell or Inferno, or do you want to take reduced damage to kill longer? Avoidance or Damage? Heals or CC? There are plenty of ways to play the game. I wish that the game still allowed 8 players at a time, and who knows, maybe this feature will be re-implemented again in an expansion.
How many people are going to be making Diablo 3 their next part time job come 5/22/12? I think it's an interesting way to keep people playing, although I will have to laugh at the people that will actually pay money for an item you will never physically own other than in a video game.
What Diablo 3 has done right:
* Very easy to join games with your friends, open your Friends panel, right click the person, and invite or join to party.
* The loot is still very complex and you will be scratching your head and seeing if this item is an upgrade
* Skills are done to give diversity on how to play a class, no longer will you be forced to reroll if you screw up a talent point, or attribute wrong(Even though later patches in Diablo 2 fixed this)
* Scaling difficulty the more people that play, that was a very good feature in Diablo 2 and made it a challenge and fun to kill Baal and Diablo in 8 player games by yourself.
* No longer punished if you join games with people that are further along in quests. You can play along with them and still progress.
* Quest leeching, while it could be annoying in public games, at least it's an easy way to level up a noob without getting slaughtered.
* Hardcore mode, definatly has the same feel as in Diablo 2. This time around, expect people to die a lot easier if you don't stack Vitality along with your primary stats.
* No USEast, USWest, it's all one. There are still Asian servers, among others, that don't seem to have the issues the US Servers are having.
* No Town Portal Scrolls, no ID scrolls(You still have to right click to ID Legendary and Rare items, but no longer do you have to waste inventory to do so, like in the Beta)
* Achievements to up the replay value after you've gotten past Diablo 3 on Inferno with all 5 characters.
* Being able to choose which quests to repeat, for missing books, side dungeons, or exploration puroses.
* Banner porting and customization of your banner, the banner porting makes it VERY easy to get back in the game with your teammates that are rushing to complete quests rather than loot or take trips to town.
*** The Collector's Edition, like all four Warcraft games, Warcraft 3, and Starcraft 2, feel like Collector's Editions. If you didn't buy one for $99.99, have fun paying double. You get the standard Soundtrack, Art Book, the making of Diablo 2, but the items that stand out, you get Angelic Wings, which make your characters stand out, you get a unique banner and sigil(If you played in the Beta), Diablo Skull and 4GB Soulstone Flash Drive glows red when in your computer! It also comes with Diablo and Diablo 2(A $20 value) pre-loaded onto the flash drive, much like Starcraft 2 did with their Collector's Edition.
What Diablo 3 has done wrong:
* Always online DRM, not everyone has an internet connection, LAN and single player was a very big part of the success of Diablo 2, and well, some people don't want to play the game with other people.
* Very limited chat channels, you have about 8 pre-set channels to join. No more clan channels.
* No guilds. This is a feature that would greatly benefit players because it would be easier to communicate with your friends.
* No guild halls with a stash, again, a great feature that would make it easier to give items to people in different time zones.
* When Diablo 3 has to undergo maintenance, you can't play at all! Single player should be allowed.
* 4 Player games, I think 8 players would've done well, especially if everyone could complete every quest in a game even in different acts.
A lot of people will knock Diablo 3 for various reasons, however, those same people will praise Diablo 3 for different reasons. No games are perfect.
I don't know where to begin. Let me start by saying that it would be a very fair statement to say that Crohn's disease had highjacked my life. I have always been very ambitious and very motivated. After 10 years of battling CD, I was more ready to give up after this last flare than at any other point in my life. Living in constant fear of the next big flare, my life was in a state of suspended animation. I put of applying to grad schools, i refused to get in any relationships, i refused to put any real effort into anything I did -- all b/c I thought to myself, "what's the point. The next big flare will set me back and undo my efforts."
Then the flare came. I was already on steroids, 6mp, Asacol, and was eating healthier. Although I showed some initial improvement with the prednisone, I started getting bloody BMs. Then the rate increased. Then it got to the point where I was having 10-20 pure blood BMs a day and not eating. MY best friend noticed and I confided in him my situation. He basically convinced me to go the doctor. Had I waited any longer, I would probably not be here.
My GI started preparing me for the psychological impact of losing my colon. Honestly, I told him that I would rather be dead and that I wouldn't go to the hospital. He basically bribed me with a very high dose of demerol and other goodies to go in and get IVs, both of fluids and of steroids. So, I did. He was very concerned and said that the only other possibility was that it was a rare bacterial infection called C. Diff.
Luckily, I did in fact have C. Diff. A month before, I had started the SCD diet (_Breaking the Vicious Cycle_) and signed up for their listserv. I should have paid closer attention b/c they mention that many people develop C. Diff. when they first start the diet.
Basically, proponents of the SCDiet argue that IBD (and many other ailments) are caused by bacteria. These bacteria feed on complex sugars. By cutting off their supply of food, and starving them into submission, your symptoms gradually decrease and your disease goes into remission.
I've known of the diet for years, but never really bought into their theory or was desperate enough to try it (i'm only 22). Then, I met someone who had basically rid themselves of the shackles of IBD with this diet. Combined with the fact that I realized that conventional medicines weren't cracking it for me, I tried the diet.
It was hard at first. I didn't mind so much that the diet cut out starches like rice and potatoes or complex carbs like bread, but it was really hard to cut out processed foods. Eating out is a pain, but well worth my new found health.
Most people see results within a couple weeks, if not days. It took me three months. It had been probably 10 years since I had had a normal BM without prednisone. You don't know how happy I am to report that I am not only medication free but also have NORMAL bowel movements!!! I have my life back. I am easing back into the grove, and I'm still very cautious and guarded. But, I have picked up applications to grad school, have started a rigorous exercise regime, sleep a lot less, feel a lot better, have starting dating again, have starting working again, and have started looking to the future again.
So, to anyone out their wanting to regain your health and are willing to try something different, I suggest trying the SCD. If you are around the same age as me (i'm 22), and need somone to motivate you, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It's worth it. If I can do it, anyone can do it.
This book is much better than i expected. It begins presenting ways to improve general socials skills. And this is a VERY good thing, considering that too many people get lost in translation. And this is not so amusing when you travel a lot in different countries and sometimes you need to do your best in a short conversation.
Since my marriage is going down the hill for some time now, I started looking for some books to give some ideas about what to do. I wasn't sure exactly what to expect from this book, and I wasn't sure if there is anything useful inside. But now I think is worth the money and the time.
When you arrive to the parts that really talk about flirting ... then you're in for a good laugh. But I still think this is one of the best books about flirting. For young and not so young people (who may be a little out of practice). You can find some really good ideas to use with good results.