Originally Posted by Jess94
Offline mode is what makes creating hacks hundreds of times easier. By not including it in D3, they have made it much more difficult for people to create hacks. Plus as already stated, everyone has access to the internet now, so using it to deliver new and secure gaming experiences is fine by me.
Yeh and people use cash to buy and sell drugs and do other things. We should eliminate cash.
Everyone has reliable internet wherever they go? Really? I highly doubt this. Having hardcore and dying because of a disconnect seems to be a pretty flawed game design. Sorry your lvl 60 almost fully geared character died cuz a fat fingered nerd at Diablo servers spilled his Jamba Juice on your server. I've lost quite a few games because of disconnects in SC2 and it is ultra frustrating to happen, I can only imagine putting 100hr into a character to have it die because of a disconnect. And there are hackers in Starcraft even though you can only play online, whether it be map hacks, drop hacks, micro hacks, or editing the gateway so you warp in immortals.
Also there have been many disconnects and problems in SC2 in LIVE major tournaments that basically tainted the tournament.
Online is DRM. They are calling it something else. You are agreeing with it. At least the SC2 community still demands LAN unlike Diablo who are like BLIZZ IS PERFECT IN EVERY WAY PRAISE BLIZZARD ALL GLORY TO BLIZZARD! PEACE BE UPON BLIZZARD CREATOR OF WORLDS!
You are loss. They take from you. You say, thank you Blizzard may I have another.
There are problems with Diablo. There are problems with Starcraft. It doesn't get fixed unless the community demands it, and even then Blizzard is incompetent and slow to fix things. Blizzard and Valve are a few of the last good devs left imo. Do you really want these companies to become like EA or Activision? Do you want to buy Diablo map packs?Edited by Ploppytheman - 5/14/12 at 6:17am