So I think I was convinced to get excited about the release of Diablo 3 tomorrow. Of course, I've always had the capacity
to get excited about it somewhere inside me, but I guess I figured it was never actually getting released and decided to forget about it. Which worked pretty well until recently, what with all the commercials and friends talking about it and free weekends and all that. It's like they had a marketing plan or something, the wily bastards.
Anyway, this is kind of nice, actually, only getting excited about it the day before it comes out. Thinking, "Man, I really would like to play that game - I wonder when it's coming out. Oh, tomorrow? Sweet." It sure beats the hell out of the 2-year build-up to Diablo 2 back in high school when I had nothing else to think about. That totally sucked. I pretty much hated Blizzard there at the end, until I actually played the game. Then I fell in love again. *sigh*
So I'm still not sure if I'm going to jump on the $60 price tag right now, but it's probably not going to go down any time in the next year or so and there is about $90 in my Paypal account just begging to be spent, so... I guess it's a matter of whether I want to finish Lazy Robots or jump down a loot-infused rabbit hole.
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