Damage and Soundtrack

DiabloWikiBashiok is calming down some apprehensions on what types of data will be available on the tooltips of weapons. We will see more than just “DiabloWikiDPS“.


Right, it still shows attacks per second and the damage range … which equal damage per second.

So, is there an actual question here? I realize it’s an old thread revisited, but we’re not just showing DPS if that’s the only concern.

He also popped in to a soundtrack-related thread, pointing us in the direction of the current Diablo III overture, and (in so many words) saying he likes the music…


Well, if you haven’t already I’d recommend checking out the Diablo III overture if you’re interested in the music. It highlights bits of the major pieces that have been composed for the game, and is worth the download in my opinion. I believe it’s offered exclusively through iTunes at the moment.

Who cares about the music.

I turn it off in the options and turn up the sounds.

I’d rather hear blood splash then some corny music.

I dislike you and your opinion.

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  1. Having seen some of these gaming ‘dens’ it is no surprise that this kind of action is being taken.  I have walked into places to use the internet where people have racked up over 20 hours of gametime without leaving their seats or eating, there is no food in these places and if you get up to use the bathroom you pay for your playtime and likely lose your seat. (Most people pay by the minute to play, though it isn’t expensive) Self discipline and social status also work a lot differently in these countries.  Good or bad, China has decided to attempt to tackle the problem in this way.  The problem is clear but the solutions get a little trickier.

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