Since it’s release a little over a month and a bit ago the popular RPG game has had it’s fair share of criticism and bad news coming it’s way. With servers going down on launch day, to real money auction house exploits with item dupping. Diablo 3 has had it all and it is not a very good reputation Blizzard was planning to create for itself.
The other day, the Diablo 3 (rmah) was found to have been hacked by players who were purchasing items at knocked down prices, only to then go on and sell them for double or even treble the price. The game developers (Blizzard) immediately saw that this was taking part in the auction houses and therefore had to close them down.
What we want to know is, has Blizzard spent far too much time on the RMAH feature for the new installment. Or do you think the lack of gameplay that effectively made way and suffered, could have been better. In our personal view, Blizzard decided to concentrate on the RMAH and online side of things compared to the more important gameplay and lifespan of the game.
You have got to ask yourself the question. Is having a really cool new feature added into the game as a bonus, better than the lifespan of a game or even gameplay itself. So was Blizzard’s Diablo 3 good or bad after all?