Bonesnap was kinda ok for a club with a skull on it but what exactly was cool about doombringer? Seemed pretty ordinary to me.
Things don't need to be over the top to look badass and memorable. I suppose I liked the dark gritty look over the flashy shiny look. Bonesnap was a crude looking maul with spikes hammered through it and a beat up steel skull on top. Doombringer looked somewhat ordinary compared to flashy over the top art in jrpgs and new games like d3, but it had a cool looking sword guard and interesting serrations in the blade which was a dark steel color.
Its like they thought bigger = better when they made these skins. These skins don't even look worn, they are brand new and unused. I thought they were trying to convey a dark gritty look in this game... wheres the chipped axes and swords covered in blood and handles wrapped in torn blood stained cloth? Thats what I personally want to see!