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Release date: May 15th 2012
Played time: 330hour total.
Average up to around 7 hours a day.
Now with end of financial year crunch time coming, I had to uninstall my D3 copy to keep myself in check (both home/work computer!)
It's been such a long time since I've been "this" addicted to a game, yet with every new patch Blizzard allowed wider and wider build diversities!! Without going into details, Barbarian went from Sword/Shield to 2hand now, possibly going to try whrilwind/dual wield/running/charge only Barb in the future if I can get the gears. Demon Hunter went from Glass cannon into balanced range build, possibily trying out tanking builds soon.
And there's still 3 more classes to try out!
I can see at least half a year more gameplay time with this game for me!
God help me break this addiction, perhaps a month away from it would help! At least we know the price of gold/$ would drop =P
On-disc DLC had always been a very debated topic amongst gamers, the most recent one being the "Sinclair Pack" for Bioshock 2, 2K's explanation is that they don't want to split up the community into ones that have DLC, and ones that don't.
But of course, it still enraged a number of gamers, me included, who said "I was going to buy it, but now it's on-disc, I am not." However, after I cooled down a bit, I realized:
1: I paid for the rights to play the games, not the contents on the disc, publishers have full control over my access limits.
2: If they just release the DLC with 400 mb of useless data, would I feel better? Because it's already on disc, as soon as I paid for it, I can play it without having to waste my net quotas, isn't this more convenient?
3: It's really interesting that noone ever complain about Day 1 DLCs for Rockbands/Guitar heros, they are basically the same things aren't they?
I guess this could be expanded into day 1 paid DLCs, if they just hold onto it for a month longer, or if Assasin's Creed 2's DLC are not named 11/12, or if Dragon Age: O 's DLC is not advertised within the game, would people complain less?
So my question is, are all these gamers complaining simply due to psychological reasons? Do you think companies should cater towards it? What are your thought on this? The end results are the same, just the means of getting there could annoy certain people.
In short, I've spent the last hour and a half on the final side mission of Final Fantasy 13, and the best result so far is 70% .
God this is so entertaining, I really wish I don't have to work tomorrow; I have a bunch of strategies that I want to try on this guy. This is what gaming's about, figuring out the right way to take down an enemy.
Minor spoiler about the boss's HP
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