Should Blizzard perform a rollback to fix the gold duping disaster? free polls

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 Posted by sinderz  May 9, 2013 at 10:44 amFrom 74.74.214.x  Report Abuse 
everyone should be rolled back; it was all exploited. Stop ing cus you finally have a good amount of gold now. Its going to be worth so much less then you think. Youre BETTER OFF having blizzard roll servers back.
 Posted by Pharmer  May 8, 2013 at 3:16 pmFrom 84.132.25.x  Report Abuse 
No Rollback plix i wanna keep my Billions
     Posted by SlayerXiD in reply to Pharmer  May 8, 2013 at 3:31 pmFrom 24.212.103.x  Report Abuse 
    tss its cuz of player like you all other player will leave ... sooo we dont care of you !
 Posted by Loki  May 8, 2013 at 2:42 pmFrom 98.192.156.x  Report Abuse 
Don't see why us legit people should be rolled back. Just perma ban the ones who duped.
     Posted by Thor in reply to Loki  May 8, 2013 at 10:02 pmFrom 192.0.151.x  Report Abuse 
    You really don't understand, do you?

    I'm a legit player. But I'm also a casual player. Despite having played 500 hours since launch last year, I currently only have 6 million gold to my name, and some mediocre items.

    I don't play often enough to get rich when this bugs hit the game, so I'm part of the 90% of players who really don't have all, and the game isn't designed to give poor players a way to grind to true wealth unless they win the lottery with a lucky drop.

    Long story short, even if they ban all the gold dupers, trillions of gold has been injected into the economy, hyperinflating it, and I didn't make a penny because I wasn't online for the disaster.

    I can't wait to log back into the Auction House when it's back up and discover I can't afford a single thing anymore.

    this game. and BLIZZARD.
 Posted by SlayerXiD  May 8, 2013 at 2:18 pmFrom 24.212.103.x  Report Abuse 
big fail from blizzard if no rollback a lots of player will leave the game forever !
     Posted by Carl in reply to SlayerXiD  May 9, 2013 at 9:15 amFrom 72.174.137.x  Report Abuse 
    Agreed. Too much has to be invested to make the game playable. There is no getting ahead, so where is the escape? It's every bit as alienating as real life to spend days just to farm a million gold. It's like living paycheck to paycheck. Diablo II had a convention of discouraging people from purchasing items. By encouraging real world purchasing, it becomes an economy with a real world exchange rate. It's fitting that it collapsed. In the future, why not stick to what made the franchise good in the first place (the gameplay)? Perhaps Blizzard should have made the emphasis on plot and enjoyability of the narrative rather than emphasizing the materialist aspects of the game. I for one am disgusted by the Disney-like depiction of everything within the game: the monsters, the bosses, the superficial narrative, and Diablo himself. Goldar from Power Rangers was a better villain.

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