Well I guess I finally should make this post. The game that comes to mind is Diablo 3. Big surprise there, right? Some back story is in order I think. I played D2 for around 8 years, 5 on the realms and about 3 in modded single player. I was a very serious player. My brother got me into it when he bought me my first copy. He and I played every day for hours (sometimes as many as 20) and we essentially built an empire of wealth and characters. Tried dozens of unique builds and experimented with all sorts of items and skills. At our peak it was my brother, his at-the-time wife, my at-the-time girlfriend, and me playing. My brother and I became somewhat famous for our Baal runs and free torch service (you would supply the keys and we would run the ubers and get your torch). I was a well-known person on my main sorc in ch1 chat. My brother and I would make games to drop entire characters' gear worth of items for newbs. It got to the point that he and I would co!our hunt for gear to wear in chat. So, I was very much in love with D2. So when D3 was announced I was very excited. I followed development with earnest. When the release date was revealed I pre-ordered a copy of the collector's edition for day 1 play. Hell, I even built a new computer just to play it! I loved it at first. But ... well it didn't last. I could go on and on about the flaws of the game and where it fails but I won't (also I'm typing this on my tablet and it's annoying). Basically, Diablo 3 is a decent game on its own. But it does not live up to its legacy and is a terrible Diablo game. And the problems like powercreep only seem to be getting worse because it very much seems like the devs don't know or care what they're doing. Don't get me wrong. I still play it and still have fun. But I'm very ultra casual now.