Often, the people who play video games say they wish the devs of said games would pay more attention to them and their concerns.
If you liked the Barbarian from Diablo 3, you're going to like the Barbarian in Diablo 4, and if you liked the Barbarian in Diablo 2? Well, I've got good news for you.
Right now, no, you cannot play Diablo 4 on the Nintendo Switch.
If you played Diablo 2, you may remember Andariel.
There may well be more divisive topics in gaming right now than microtransactions -- I mean, give it five minutes, I'm sure something will come up -- but it's clear that nothing is as perennial a source of gamer discontent than they are.
We know that we're getting Barbarians, Druids, and Sorceresses in Diablo 4, all of which hearken back to Diablo 2, with both the Barbarian and Sorceress also having that Diablo 3.
Diablo 4 paints the world of Sanctuary in shadows and hellfire, and yet the game is still strangely beautiful.
So maybe Diablo 4's big announcement has captured your interest in the Diablo series.
A recent interview with Allen Adham -- Executive Producer on Diablo 4 and one of Blizzard's founders -- and Senior Producer Tiffany Wat has a lot of lovely tidbits to look over.
Keep in mind that Diablo 4 is not only not out yet, it's not even remotely out yet -- at present it's a 10 minute or so demo available only at BlizzCon.