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Diablo III Server Checking App Now Available

Written on May 19, 2012 by Lulu

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"Diablo III Server Checker" android app is now available for free in Google Play

Die hard Diablo III fans can now breathe. App creator Eluamous has developed a Diablo 3 server-checking app, named “Diablo III Server Checker”.

This app checks if the server is up and running by pulling up status messages from US.Battle.net to view updates from Diablo 3 servers in the US, Europe, and Asia.

The “Diablo III Server Checker” app for android devices, can be downloaded for free on on Google Play.

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Public Beta Test for Diablo III is Now Live

Written on September 21, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Let the game begin! Our precious Diablo 3 game is now out for public beta test, Hurray!

After such long period of waiting, Blizzard announced yesterday that the beta test will be live for public. But before you can rejoice about the announcement, Blizzard mention that you should have a valid Battle.net account and have opted it via Beta profile settings, also you should wait for an official email from Blizzard which will state the beta key for Diablo 3. If you have no idea and have lots of question on how to obtain the beta keys just click here to read the Diable III beta FAQS. Good luck to those who receive their beta keys and for those who aren’t luck we just have to wait till the game be release.

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The id Software Supports “Always On” for Diablo 3

Written on August 11, 2011 by Adam Eve

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"There will be a few people who will resent the fact you have to be online to play a single-player game. But it'll change." --- Tim Willits, id Software Director

The argument over Blizzard’s decision to require an “always on” Internet connection for Diablo 3 has been raging since the game’s release. Supporters say that it provides developers more flexibility in how it approaches the game. Moreover, players are virtually online when they play anyway.

On the contrary, those who are not thrilled with the idea pointed out that not every gamer has a reliable and full-time connection. Moreover, making the “always on” as a requirement is unreasonable and unfair for a solo play.

In between the rage, one observer came out strongly on the pro-Blizzard side — Tim Willits. He is the director of id Software, a studio known for its groundbreaking work in online gaming. Tim Willits – who describes himself as “a big proponent of always connected” – likes the “always on” idea. He also thinks that it can go beyond a mile towards molding the gaming industry’s future.

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Leaked Blizzard Project Slate and Project Titan; Too Good to be True?

Written on December 29, 2010 by Kristoff Jones

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World of Warcraft 4th and 5th expansion well underway? StarCraft II expansions on the works, too?! Diablo III expansions already plotted before the release of the game itself? What's the deal with Project Titan? Is this too good to be true?

It’s been almost a month since Blizzard’s rumored project slate was leaked over the internet, and rocked the gaming community to its core. Up until now, the schedules still run down the spines of the fans as they somehow have an idea when the next expansions of StarCraft 2, Diablo III, and World of Warcraft will be released. That is despite the fact that Blizzard never confirmed these information.

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