Yes, Diablo III will be good, it will be an awesome game. But Ubisoft doesn't have that massive budget to undergo 3 major revisions of the game and design/develop the game over 10+ years to create a game that's better than their last game. To be honest, i'm sick of Blizzard since they released nothing but WoW for about 7 years, that perfectionist view is okay but i'm not prepared to wait that long for a better game.
Well guess what? You have been waiting for 10+ years for a better game. Heroes 3 has been out for more than 10 years now and since then there hasnt been much improvement regardless of the iterations the game has went trought.
But Ubisoft doesn't have that massive budget to undergo 3 major revisions of the game
But guess what? They are charging us exactly as much as Blizzard will for their Diablo 3.
How much will Heroes 6 cost? Well, around 50 bucks is a good estimate.
How much was Starcraft 2? Well also around 50 bucks.
This is the core issue. Biased stuff like, is the game going to be "good" or not is pretty much too subjective to assess.
Tell you what? I'm willing to pay 50euros for Diablo3. Using this metric, I'd be willing to dish out 10-15 euros for Heroes6. Would you pay more?
egardless, your complaint is irrational because, and let me be clear, YOU HAVEN'T PLAYED THE GAME. You are basing all of that off absolute speculation from screenshots and, maybe, a 6 months old alpha gameplay video. You have absolutely no idea how this game plays
A) A product is sold by advertising its strong points. They haven't been able to do it.
B) Both D3 and H6 arent yet released (that's why I am comparing them) but D3 has already shown me so much of their stuff while all H6 has done is go : "woooow ... shiny unitz!!!"
C) With 1 month before the announced release date and no beta announced, as a customer I am growing skeptical.
As for you, all you are doing is: "its going to be great guys just wait and see" without supporting your affirmation by nothing but wishful thinking. I, from the little facts we have, am trying to make a logical decision about a future purchase.