Why?

Heres a crazy thought.

Life needs time to observe space. Space doesnt need time to observe time. Space needs life to exist and be observed for a given amount of time. Time is imaginary. It needs our imagination to be of use. Our imagination increases with time. We need time to observe space in reality and increase our imagination. So which one is real?
Space
Life
Time?

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Diablo 3 Then and Now

Have you ever undergone the experience of all your wishes come true at the same time? Well, I have and I acknowledge Diablo 3 for this heavenly miracle. This is true on multiple levels. First of all, when I was bored of Starcraft, I chose Diablo. It was and is everything I wished for. But my love for the series will not generate a friendly bias in this review, because the series had taken a fall for the worse according to me sometime back.

 

Diablo is the game that sort of gave birth to its own Genre : The Hack and Slash game, although similar models had been attempted in the past. Diablo was the first game I played till the very end, it was so engaging and the replay value was high for me, even more than Age of Empires and Warcraft 2 at the time. This game had an even more successful sequel known as Diablo 2 and its expansion known as Diablo 2: Lord of Destruction. Once again an epic game truly taking the series a huge leap forward in interface and gameplay aspects.

 

My hopes were soaring in the sky as I waited anxiously for the sequel…

 

Day after day, my calendar grows short,

I am waiting for Diablo 3.

I have saved up my cash and sold my watch,

The game isn’t for Free.

 

When will the game release,

Why this incredible tease,

I pray to the time god on my knees,

I am sure my torment he sees.

 

Thus I was anxiously waiting.

Anxiety is suffocating.

One fine day, I woke up to the fact.

The game was released sealing the contract.

 

To be Continued.

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