I'm 28 and you're right. You'll be far too busy to be able to get in more than maybe 10 hours a week of play. Most of that on the weekends.Leohappy said:I hope D3 will remain a free game. After all, I'll be 28+ years old when it comes out (assuming it will take them 4 years of development time), and I probably won't be able to dedicate my life to 24/7 gaming .
Good for you, that's your choice. But I have to say something to that: World of Warcraft is an awesome game I really don't mind paying 10 bucks a month for. You don't pay for anti-cheating alone, you also pay for monthly updates which make patch 1.10 look like a minor bug fix. Correct me if I'm wrong, but you make it sound like pay for play is by definition always a rip-off.Omikron8 said:Charging a monthly fee to play diablo 3 is a great way for blizzard to piss off a hell of a lot of loyal customers. Guild Wars is (hopefully) an example of an online RPG that will have good anti-cheating for no monthly fee. I myself would not play d3 if it had a monthly fee, just like i do not touch world of warcraft.
I would pass on D3 if it were to charge a monthly fee. I will never buy a game and then pay to play it.djIgneo said:A lot of you are excited about the rumored development of Diablo 3. If or when it comes out and it's pay to play monthly, will you play it or pass?