quote ShirisNo difference. This was merely a server stress test. The actual game is all but complete at this stage.Quick question: how much of a difference will there be (comparing the open beta and release) after blizzard optimizes it? My friend has a low end computer so he had to go change it to the lowest resolution; he was wondering if it would be better on release.
quote LloydToSI thought Torchlight was a very credible attempt. It didn't have enough of the hype so I struggled with replaying it though. I think D3's multiplayer and the backing of Blizzard will keep me interested in it longerI have torchlight and it lacked some things, it just got boring to me and scaling became bad late-game where I was spamming pots on one char to survive while the other had no problem, simply because of RNG gear. I think D3 will tide me over because of the traps and profile-shared money equipment and skills.
quote HunterKiller666Just a little something, but there are still unidentified items though I only got them from the skeleton king in the beta. The difference is that you simply right click the item and it'll channel it into it's real item.I liked all the changes that I saw from the beta. Now you can walk over gold to pick them up instead of clicking on each individual pile, awesome! More exploration and interactions inside town is great too. Thank god there's no more identifying magic items because I got tired of constantly filling up my identifying tomb just to avoid talking to Cain. And the fact that Barbarian uses rage instead of mana to cast spells makes each class even more unique. All in all I can see this game being even more addictive than D2.
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