Of course, it's 19.99$ for d2 and 19.99 for LoD on b.net.
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While owning the original box for pc games was cool in the past, the boxes they come in now are pretty lame. PC games used to be sold in much larger boxes but mostly are sold in slim sized cases that are just like console games. I find this made it lose its nostalgia because it makes it seem as though the boxes are less like art and are instead designed to use less space.
Besides, having a collective library on steam is much easier to maintain than a large shelf that gathers dust.
Thanks for the input from everybody, you've all been helpful :)
Do you absolutely need a blu tooth adapter or can you plug the controller in with the standard usb cord it comes with and use it that way?
Topic seems straight forward enough. I heard about this from my brother but does anyone use their ps3 controller on their pc, I'd like it if someone could confirm this for me :) thanks.
I'm building a new pc currently of which will be completely by next month. Once built I'll be playing a crap ton of games, mostly coop so anyone looking for a coop buddy. I'm down. However, for now I'm restricted to playing mostly just cs 1.6 on my win 2000. Add me on steam though: and1er
While I've spent many hours playing D2, and it's a timeless classic, it's mechanics don't stack up against other arpgs today.
It is not perfect and it has been outdone in areas (but nothing major), but it is the most well rounded package with some of the best design for skills and such yet. I feel like most ARPG's since its release do one thing great, but not the other parts. It is so unfortunate that Torchlight II holds part of the answer and Diablo III the other.
I have yet to play an iso ARPG with the atmosphere, production values (Voice acting, scenes, and unique art), addicting loot, fun skills, and so on of DII. Grim Dawn has a shot at it, and PoE maybe.
You're right, it's fantastic! However, when I brought up it's mechanics not stacking up against other arpgs today, I was refering mostly to the PvP and the economy/trading in D2.
I'm going to add Dead Island as a fun coop experience, it's not a traditional rpg but it can surely be classified as an rpg.
Same goes for Borderlands 1/2.
[QUOTE="-Origin-"]black light is pretty terrible cod4 is much better
Don't bother, get black light retribution instead, it's free and has a lot more depth than any CoD.
I absolutely agree, cod4 is a great online shooter, I change my mind :p I was thinking more on modern warfare 2,3/blops when we were refering to CoD. I forgot about cod4.