The Demon’s In The Details
HIGH Novel concept on the isometric RPG style.
LOW Every puzzle involving a rolling stone.
WTF Zarr’s Libido.
HIGH Nearly everything I hated about vanilla Diablo 3 has been fixed and improved.
LOW Hundreds of Blood Shards wasted, with nothing to show for it.
WTF It took way too long for the Real Money Auction house to disappear.
HIGH Finally getting that last legendary drop needed to complete a character's perfect build.
LOW Watching some guy with a hacked weapon come into my game and slaughter everything like he's doing me a favor.
WTF The random chatter heard from people is stranger than anything else in Diablo III.
HIGH Beating Diablo without using any Health Globes
LOW Getting my Hardcore Wizard to level 10…and dying.
WTF This is a game about keeping demons from overrunning Earth. I'd be disappointed if it weren't firmly in WTF territory.
HIGH Destroying legions of foes with the mere click of a mouse and watching the loot burst out of their mangled remains.
LOW Constantly wondering whether each new lag spike will prove fatal.
WTF Kicking open dead villagers to see if there's anything nice squirrelled away inside them.
Although I don't play PC games at all, many people that I follow on Twitter and around the Internet do… and with the release of Diablo III, there were a lot of upset people because of errors and server maintenance that seriously limited the amount of available playing time on launch day.
For the uninitiated, Diablo II is the sequel to the popular medieval RPG title that once again cast players in the role of an adventurer out to put an end to the newly resurrected Prince of Darkness, Diablo. Played from a diagonal three-quarter view perspective, the most surprising thing about Diablo II is its simple and console-like gameplay.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood & Gore, Animated Violence
Junk food. You yearn for it, you stuff yourself with it—salivating with each morsel—then hours later you end up with a sick, empty feeling in your stomach and a funky taste in your mouth. In a strange way, the more I played Diablo II, the more I believed it was interactive junk food.