Still? What do you do in game, that keeps you inerested in it?
Hit level sixty something (can't remember for sure as it's been a whle since I played) in four days after finishing every act on every dificulty and then quit, as there was nothing to do except farm in diffrent locations. And the terrible selling/buying system and no real search function in the forums to make use of the buy/sell section and the loot ninjas, didn't really help.
I play hardcore. I enjoy the leveling, skill, and itemization systems, as well as, the community, and the pvp.
Idk what you mean about "the terrible selling/buying system", I find the currency orbs to be ingenious and undeniably superior to any gold system.
The game has a D2 feel to it. I encourage loot ninjas and I've lost a few uniques to it, no big deal, I've gained a few as well. I really enjoy the global and trade chats. I chatted with a developer for about 2 hours Monday. To my pleasant surprise, he was honest and direct. He provided all the info he could, with none of the cliche' PR BS generic answers.
I love the way you can hop in and out of parties seamlessly in order to advance in questing or lvl/farm. I've MADE FRIENDS! We play on TeamSpeak together and coordinate our builds around each other. This is a great deal of fun for me and a big difference from anything I experienced in the 600+ hours I wasted trying to convince myself that Diablo 3 could be any good.
It has a corner feel to it. By that, I mean it's not popular, and it's not mainstream. Especially in the HC modes. HC merciless (highest difficulty) can bring a lot of excitement and suspense. It doesn't try to be something it's not. It focuses on gameplay, although for an independent 1st time developer, it looks gorgeous (and gothic/dark!) It's one of the best communities I've ever seen on a PC game.
I have very little complaints, and it's not even 1.0 yet...
Fantastic ARPG dungeon crawler.