Yeah sure Diablo III has no "customization" gotcha

#1kyleh614Posted 4/22/2012 9:18:07 PM
lmao http://i.imgur.com/ruwuL.jpg
#2jedinatPosted 4/22/2012 9:21:37 PM
But, but, but... the incremental damage increases!

lol
#3MorgasaurusPosted 4/22/2012 9:22:46 PM
Awesome picture.
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#4kyleh614(Topic Creator)Posted 4/22/2012 9:22:56 PM
This is the best thing i've ever seen. It just completely shuts down any argument people have against Diablo III's so called "lack" of customization when compared to Diablo 2.
#5therickmu25Posted 4/22/2012 9:23:04 PM
People are really talking about the fact that nothing you do has any finality because you get all those skills you showed anyway and can swap them whenever u want. However I love the game so far and I actually like being able to play around with all my skills.
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#6Hylian88Posted 4/22/2012 9:24:23 PM
LOL amazing.
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#7kyleh614(Topic Creator)Posted 4/22/2012 9:24:26 PM
therickmu25 posted...
People are really talking about the fact that nothing you do has any finality because you get all those skills you showed anyway and can swap them whenever u want. However I love the game so far and I actually like being able to play around with all my skills.

Exactly, that's the best part. It wasn't fun in Diablo II having the possibility of completely screwing up your character after investing a lot of time in it. This new system is way better, has more complexities to it, and makes the game more fun. I can't understand at all why anyone who loved Diablo II, would be so against this huge improvement.
#8Hylian88Posted 4/22/2012 9:24:50 PM
therickmu25 posted...
People are really talking about the fact that nothing you do has any finality because you get all those skills you showed anyway and can swap them whenever u want. However I love the game so far and I actually like being able to play around with all my skills.

You mean just like you could respec in D2?
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#9White_QueenPosted 4/22/2012 9:26:04 PM
therickmu25 posted...
People are really talking about the fact that nothing you do has any finality because you get all those skills you showed anyway and can swap them whenever u want. However I love the game so far and I actually like being able to play around with all my skills.

Then it's not an issue with the amount of customization available.

This is probably aimed at addressing with those complaining about a Lack of Customization.
#10Arlundar2Posted 4/22/2012 9:27:09 PM
kinda have the same impression

in d2 you usualy end up with 1-2 uber skill that you spam and few other where you put 1 point

a good exemple is the barbarian in d2 va d3

d2 barbarian have like 10 attack skill (with around 5-6 completely useless)

i honestly prefer the way d3 are



like i woulnt have make 3 sorc and 3 barb lv 99 the way d3 is ;0