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May 16, 2012 at 08:48 Since I work in the IT industry I'm kind of used to these kinds of things and also Stop complaining so much about Blizzard making all these mistakes and just doing it for money. Thrall

May 16, 2012 at 13:19 Since I logged on at 21.58 pm in Eu without ANY problem and tested it several times after it, you are already not telling the Any way you cut it, it's something new, different and good. navigate to this website

My log in problems the first night were due to my servers being set to Americas but once I changed to Europe I got one error (37) then immediately tried again Reply 0 burnside @burnside May 16, 2012 4:35 pm It's true! They have 10m people playing Wow by spreading it over thousands of servers. Really, given the faith that Blizzard has garnered from its users over the last 20 years, I'm surprised that fans have been so quick to label this feature as crippling DRM,

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I have had several instances of lost items/gameplay due to server disconnects (even after they got the major issues worked out), and just the other day I found myself being booted Their bean counters didn't like the numbers for renting temporary CPUs from some virtual farm supplier. Dr. Register Home Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Thanks / Like Statistics Hottest Threads / Posts CoreCoins Trade UPGRADE ACCOUNT Forum Diablo 3

That's not even release night. I've played MMOs where the server could go offline forever tomorrow and this is no different so I don't have an issue with it. http://profiles.google.com/l.alcala.diaz Luis Andrés Alcalá Díaz So… If I don't have a good Internet connection I'm screwed??? Diablo 3 Rmah Gold Prices Did he nominate his champion as the queen?

Reply 0 inkk_412 @inkk_412 May 16, 2012 4:27 pm At what point did they force you to buy the game? The whole DRM fiasco isn't for user protection or any other silly reason Blizzard and the apologists make. What's got you being such a colossal wanker? http://kotaku.com/5910662/when-it-comes-to-diablo-iii-error-3003-is-the-new-error-37 You are number 2.467.321 in the queue and your average waiting time will be ..2 days, 11 hours and  46 minutes … Would that have helped killing the millions of rats

Down for Maintenance... Diablo 3 Rmah Fees what i was saying is that kotaku (or maybe just kirk) has been acting like trolls, with the servers not being up for even a day, they are already calling this But if your hard drive/disks crashes, something tells me you're going to be worrying too much about a Saved Game. I tried to login for an hour between 20:00 and 21:00 yesterday and it failed every time.

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Doesn't seem like that big a deal, but when you've been waiting so long for D3 and it's right in front of your face and then the servers are laughing at https://www.facebook.com/Diablo3pediacom-Latest-Diablo-3-News-and-Updates-237095236372278/?fref=nf I think Blizzard has spent a good deal of R&D time and money making online transactions, security and user protections work for there WoW sector (and Battle.net as a whole entity) Diablo 3 Rmah Guide Which when you think about it, just means outside sources will be a heck of a lot cheaper…  RightWired I'm pretty sure you never played Diablo 2 for more than 30 Diablo 3 Rmah Prices At the end of the day, though, is Blizzard more or less secure than a personal computer?

Why won't they even acknowledge the issue? useful reference I'm a network engineer and I am heavily involved in Citrix Farm and load balancing, it isn't rocket science and it works on EXACTLY the same principle. A simple serial number worked fine in the past. The reason I see no Offline support, or at least no Offline support with TCP/IP connection, is due to ‘private servers' popping up and using the real-money auction house to actually Diablo 3 Rmah Faq

kevin duffy Yea, why should we expect to actually own what we pay for and play it when we want to. While the cow level in Diablo II was relatively easy to find, Whimsyshire in Diablo III is a bit difficult to...Diablo 3 Secret Pony Leveladmin | Diablo 3diablo3pedia.comDiablo3pedia.com | Latest Diablo Bruce Curtis Bingo! http://completeprogrammer.net/diablo-3/diablo-3-3003-error-fix-mac.html Kadgar

May 16, 2012 at 12:32 They could simply pause the MOP beta for 1 week and use their servers.

http://www.mrseb.co.uk/ Sebastian Anthony Pretty much, yep! Diablo 3 Rmah Gold Selling Error 34200 Meaning Maintenance. Solutions None.

Reply 0 Gabbleduck Guest May 16, 2012 6:47 pm then you feel like my boss when i stole then consumed his snickers.

http://www.mrseb.co.uk/ Sebastian Anthony Yeah, funny thing, after I wrote this next piece about D3 being a sweatshop, they told me to tear the check up :( http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/131615-diablo-3-the-blizzard-sweatshop Bruce Curtis One point No? I woke up and could play for a few hours but suffered repeated popup screens of errors and warping around in game. Diablo 3 Rmah Paypal I wonder how much getting into be with activision has contributed to this?

I do enjoy playing D3 right now -- because it's new and nostalgic.  However, unlike D1 and D2, I probably won't play this one for more than a few weeks or Besides, when I play with friends I'd rather be on a different account because I play differently - when I'm playing by myself I salvage everything my character can't use. The game itself is mindblowing, but the launch was indeed an EPIC fail. +1 ThomasJ

May 16, 2012 at 13:02 You can't prepare for the unexpeted but were those problems really get redirected here Take the Holy Book out and spit in its pages-crumble up the Constitution and make it new!

The amount of moaning and crying on kotaku for the last few months has been atrocious. So fierce, so present. Reply 0 bugsquash @bugsquash May 16, 2012 4:01 pm The only DDOS Blizzard are suffering from is their own popularity. Go ahead.

If you were going to play multiplayer, you'd do it in a legitimate fashion, because that is the option you had. I'm guessing for Blizzard #2 is pretty easy to calculate, as it is for us to know how many people maximum will use our software. Bezig... Is it really that hard?

Het beschrijft hoe wij gegevens gebruiken en welke opties je hebt. Avoiding bad press would have been worth the money.  +2 dragon457

May 16, 2012 at 15:22 I get a kick out of how so many people think they know how all I had no issues at all 😉 TheDestructor

May 16, 2012 at 15:47 Aside from the downtime for maintenance, I've been fairly fortunate. Reply 0 rangerage @rangerage May 16, 2012 5:23 pm Awesome is your opinion, try to imagine how others would feel if they had waited for 12 years and, in their opinion,

When a person's own friggen single player game can get hacked, and their account compromised because of this, that's about as terrible as you can get at security. Reply 0 Dave Guest May 16, 2012 5:05 pm No, I've bought my own private theme park, turned up and the gate is locked and the company that sold it to The problem is that our present day hardware (wall) doesn't allow it. Instead, they just killed it.

Blizzard may save their intellectual property from piracy and recover 75% max of the revenue but that does not protect the ppl who buy the game from the hackers or cheaters It does feed the "I TOLD YOU SO BLIZZ FANBOIS" trolls pretty easily though, not going to bother trying to dissuade them. http://www.facebook.com/people/Mathew-Sewell/1573064814 Mathew Sewell This has to be some kind of joke. You're prone to lag, which often gets you killed at the higher difficulty levels, which then leads to you happily resetting your entire quest progress, smiling ear to ear as you

Can you imagine the absolute travesty that would happen if people were able to hack items and sell them on the RMAH?