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Which turned out to be quite the wait of course, but Blizzard did not disappoint with their presentation of D3 in Paris last weekend. What a ride! It looks so polished already, though with Blizzard that's never an indication of a nearing release date. They'll continue tweaking until it's absolutely perfect. From the community side there's already a petition lamenting the colourful graphics and Warcrafty design aesthetic; demanding something darker and grittier. I tend to agree in spirit; I found even D2 too cartoony for my tastes and this game looks to be even more so. But their tone is inappropriate: they're playing armchair designer and demanding things of Blizzard, showing not the least bit of respect. Respect that they've earned more than anyone by always making the right calls, never having disappointed with their products and astounding the world with nothing but the highest quality games. To then start second-guessing them and demanding changes is gross and misplaced. A suggestion I could support; a hubris-filled wall of petty complaints I would rather flush down the toilet. You, sirs, suck.

But overall the response has been amazing, and deservedly so. I can't wait to get my hands on Diablo 3 somewhere in 2011!

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