I got Diablo 3, after it had been out quite a while.
I thought it was fine, but after clickity-clacking through Torchlights 1 and 2 for hours and hours, I think I was done with the "clickety-clack RPG" genre. _________________ Above all else... We shall go on... And continue!
Joined: 18 Nov 2008 Posts: 4953 Location: Oklahoma
Posted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 8:39 am Post subject:
I never played any of them on the PC. I had the first Diablo game on the PlayStation. Jeff liked it, so when he came over, we used to play it. Somehow I ended up with a boxed copy of Diablo II ("Exclusive Gift Set") which is still sitting, unopened, on a shelf right next to me. Maybe this thread will convince me to open it.
(Spoiler: it will not.) _________________ [✓] Jonathan "Jack" Flack [✓]
I remember trying Diablo 1 when it was new. Played for about an hour, didn't like it. When Diablo 2 came out, same thing happened. Played for about an hour, never touched it again.
Not sure what it is about the genre that I don't like. I think it might the constant clicking that makes the game feel... cheap? Maybe it's because I was expecting something else, like a normal RPG but what I got was more like an arcade beat-em-up presented in an RPG wrapper.
Joined: 14 May 2002 Posts: 6052 Location: Rochester, NY
Posted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 6:37 pm Post subject:
Anyone ever get the Hellfire expansion for Diablo I and open the four quests that didn't make it on the official game?
Moo Moo Moo
My mom loves the Diablo franchise. I think it's because it is just a mindless click fest. She played each of the characters in Diablo 2 through all of the difficulty levels. My carpal tunel hurts just thinking about it.
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