It felt far from Blizzard's best work. with Inferno end-game being a narrow scramble for Crit%/Crit Dmg/Life-On-Hit/All-Resist gear and just a lot of other things I won't even start to mention.
But hey, it was an awesome excuse for me to spend time playing and reconnecting with friends. We spent hours upon hours on Skype, running around yelling and laughing... so I guess it delivered where it counts. :]
Now if only I can convince them all to get Borderlands 2 on PC...
I love this. But it bothers me that the commentators below are hating on his form in D3. It's not quite outta the blue what they did with Leah, if you payed attention, and it would make sense that his form would take on some aspects of the body he was reborn into.
I actually like this look WAY more than what the game gave us. Fantastic job!
Also, on the game itself, I'm sure there was a ton of foreshadowing and hints and clues that I missed along the way, but Leah's surprise lil secret came right out of nowhere! And not in the cool "Luke I am your Father" way. My bar wasn't set THAT high for the plot of the game but Blizzard could have done a whole lot better.
i wasn't happy they did this... gender mixing is so lame! I did like how they came about this but they should have just had diablo come back instead of taking her body... just my opinion about the game...
GREAT pic! Though I would have loved to have seen a hybrid form like this in-game ("hello, Blizzard? Sexy hybrid girls are marketable ! Just look at Kerrigan!"). I'm hoping Leah gets some rescuing/redemption in a future D3 expansion, otherwise I just feel bad for the girl