In the grim darkness of Seattle's future there is only... stealth?
So basically the game sounds great, assuming you get a team that knows how to actually play as a team.
Asking me what I played over the holidays makes the bold assumption that I had a choice in the matter.
Once Elite gets on your PC, it doesn't get off.
"We had the best of intentions: we wanted to protect players from grey market sites that dominated Diablo 2, we wanted to bring that experience under the safety of the Blizzard umbrella. We also wanted to give players a different vector to get those items."
Do they seriously expect people to believe that?
Like rockman0z already said, if only they took those 20 minutes years ago.
Getting rid of rmt sites is a good thing which in notoriously hard to do. The auction house may well have been done with the best intentions. Sometimes people overlook something simple and if everyone appears to think it is a good idea speaking up about it can be quite an ordeal.
I'm at once both attracted to the premise of this game, and repelled by what seems to be the lack of a win scenario. This seems very interesting, but I don't know if I could handle such an emotionally abusive game.
Anyway, back to FTL.
I'm going to play the crap out of this while I wait for M&B2.
*hops on Google*
it's the most epic thing you will see today.