Would you buy the expansion?

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Who of you would consider buying the D3 expansion if it got released?
expansion is not going to be released.

anyway, the answer is "no"
It would have to be filled with alot of new content before I consider buying it.

At this point, I sometimes play a few hours of D3 a month so the expansion would have to make me interested in playing again *cough* charms / new class / huge new act / more items / LvL increase / new skills *cough*.
Yep, I would.
02/02/2013 19:11Posted by Bull
Who of you would consider buying the D3 expansion if it got released?


I would buy it.
Yep i will buy it
I would, D3 is awesome, the only thing that makes it better is the amount of tears it generates
No way. Blizzard is now on my black list.
As for now chances to buy it are low. Really low. Tbh Blizzard owes everyone who bought D3 a free expansion.
it waaaay to soon for an expansion
Despite being disappointed in the game I would and will buy the expansion in hopes they get their act together and make D3 the epic game it should have been..... however, if they release a unfinished expansion like the original D3 in hopes of releasing a few more expansions after that to fix it I sure as hell won't buy a second expansion...
YES!
Yes
100% buy - no matter if I will have time to play it, even if it's a empty box.

Because I enjoyed D3 more than any other game during the last 12 months.

Players with hundreds of hours playtime stating it was not worth the investment seem to me to be either childish, completely unrealistic or really stupid.
Of course I will buy it when it releases, there's no doubt about that! Just wondering how well the game can keep up until then...
never..
100% buy - no matter if I will have time to play it, even if it's a empty box.

Because I enjoyed D3 more than any other game during the last 12 months.

Players with hundreds of hours playtime stating it was not worth the investment seem to me to be either childish, completely unrealistic or really stupid.


If you compare game time spent versus money spent, then D3 is even worth the money for 1 playthrough of Normal with only 1 class, thats true. If you compare it to other games that are out now.

But the people disappointed with D3 are the ones that thought D3 would be the unlimited playtime experience like D2 was. I played that game for many many years and did not even once got to level 99. I just played Ironman with friends over and over and over again. And it was awesome trying new builds every time. The skill system of D3 ruined that, if you have 1 class to lvl 60 you have all the builds ever, no way to grow into it when you made that choice from the start.

But perhaps I will buy the expansion if it provides good content.

I would like to be able to play the game from start to the end without the need of using the AH, not necessary in 1 go but at least be able to farm for items instead of gold.
Probably, depends on the content - you know how it is, hope never dies °°

Especially if something like this gets fixed first:

http://eu.battle.net/d3/en/forum/topic/6533733310

and then extended by the add-on content beyond my usual expectations ;)
Hope dies... in the end but it dies :)

02/02/2013 21:54Posted by Kyd
Players with hundreds of hours playtime stating it was not worth the investment seem to me to be either childish, completely unrealistic or really stupid.


A child calling others childish is quite... inappropriate. Obviously you didn't play (or didn't enjoy) D2 so you have no right to call stupid players who enjoyed the old game alot and now are disapointed with the new one... and why they keep on playing? Because there are no alternatives nowadays? Because the remember the old days with D2 and still believe their char will be as awesome as was thier D2 char? You said D3 is a game you enjoyed most for the last 12 months... Well D2 is the game I enjoyed the most for the past 12 years
Still thinks that game will be broken even after expansion (mostly becouse lack of RPG aspects i.e customization, replayability and diversity) and competition (ladder, pvp) but I will try it anyway, becouse I loved d2.

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