Saturday Morning Gaming: Diablo II’s shortcomings (and some defenses of them)

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  1. Pinky
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    I’ve only recently started using the skills reset. It offends my old school role-playing sensibility. But there are some ideas that won’t work at levels 1-40, but blossom in the end game.

    Also, I’ve been playing around with upgrading items. I guess this is a basic strategy, but I’ve only just figured it out. Some of those low-level items can be made exceptional or elite and actually work for a higher-level character.Report

  2. Fish
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    I’ve been thinking about Diablo II all wrong.

    It’s not an adventure/RPG.

    It’s a Roguelite.Report

  3. North
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    I remember in the aughts Blizzard was the shiz. In the teens Wow was getting old but at least they were making new games and WOw was still a fountain of cash and an MMO colossus. Now they are just the new Squenix reskinning their old games and cannibalizing their past for monies. I don’t know if there is a lesson there. Maybe all game developers descend to that in time. It just feels sad to me.Report

  4. Jaybird
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    OH! “Among The Sleep” is Epic Game Store’s free game this week.

    It’s a delightfully creepy atmospheric horror game where you are a toddler having a nightmare.

    It’s short, but it’s good.Report

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