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I've been a fan of BL series for a while, and seeing guides and coverage in the style of Icy-Veins would just be the cherry on top. With this I just hope BL3 can deliver and build on top of BL2 rather being "another BL2". Although seeing how they will be using Unreal Engine 4 for this new game, I think it's going to be a fun title nonetheless. 

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Looking at my game data today, I have played over 1745 hours in B2, and am waiting for B3 to drop.  Should be interesting going into space.

Thank you for covering B3.

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On 6/12/2019 at 12:27 AM, Starym said:

Dunno, playing the bad ones always gets me more hyped for the good ones (ie. every single Diablo-like other than Torchlight 2 ever released). And I guess your BL3 enjoyment will dpend on your bl2 one - if BL3 can give me even half of what BL2 did, I'll be incredibly pleased.

B4 will undoubtedly be a joy to play if it's close to B1 and B2. Didn't like the prequel that much. The new free DLC that is the prologue of B4 is already putting me in the right mood. It's odd to fire my farmed OP weapons and see them do less damage as expected, but it sets the tone perfectly. There is more loot to be gathered! Currently still enjoying PoE. It's games like this that keeps my hope for fair gaming alive.

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