Gamescom 2010


October 8, 2010

Jay Wilson Interview @ EuroGamers

EuroGamers has just posted an interview with Jay Wilson that they’ve been sitting on since August’s Gamescom. It’s text, not video, (happily saving us the trouble of typing the transcript) and while there’s nothing really new, there are some interesting answers making it worth a read. A couple of questions quoted.

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September 1, 2010

IGN Article on Diablo III

IGN has posted a good write up (but no actual video or transcript) from their conversation with Jay Wilson at Gamescom. There isn’t any *new* information,but they have some nice quotes from Jay about game building, overall progress, multiplayer compatibility, and more.  A couple of quotes:

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August 29, 2010

Gamescom Ninja Gameplay Footage, #2

A site called Game Leakerz has posted an 11-minute clip of gameplay footage from the Gamescom demo. It’s fairly low quality, both the video and the game action, but if you want to see more of the Act Two desert, here’s your chance.

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August 28, 2010

Jay Wilson Interview @ G4TV

Another Jay Wilson interview from Gamescom has popped up, on G4TV. The video is 7:38 in length, and it gets good after the opening 2:30. Well, that’s good stuff too, but we’ve all seen Jay explain Artisans a dozen times by now. He must have given that same talk fifty times in Cologne?  At any rate, the transcript below starts in around 2:30, and during the rest of the interview gives some excellent new info on salvaging, the issues with a shared stash, and town portals. The best bit is near the end, when he talks about the various elemental changes that runestones will wreak on the Wizard’s Hydra skill.

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August 18, 2010

Artisan Presentation Video - GamesCom

Along with all the other text and imagery released Blizzard have also released a presentation narrated by Jay Wilson.  Here he introduces us to the first of the newly-announced Artisans, the Blacksmith.  We see the Monk encountering one and hiring and setting his Blacksmith to work.

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