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Diablo 2

by Blizzard Entertainment
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4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (577 customer reviews) 88 / 100

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  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00002CF9M
  • Item Weight: 9.1 ounces
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Release Date: June 29, 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (577 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,336 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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In Diablo II, players return to a world of dark fantasy. As one of five distinct character types, players explore the world of Diablo II, journey across distant lands, fight new villains, discover new treasures, and uncover ancient mysteries. Since the beginning of time, the forces of order and chaos have been engaged in an eternal struggle to decide the fate of all creation. That struggle has now come to the mortal realm, and neither man, demon, nor angel will be left unscathed. Diablo, lord of terror and youngest of the three prime evils, awakes from his long sleep beneath the dark earth. Setting in motion a grand scheme to free his exiled brothers, Mephisto and Baal, Diablo takes control of the small western kingdom of Khanduras. Working from deep within the ancient catacombs beneath the town of Tristram, Diablo grips the entire populace in a blanket of fear and paranoia. Ultimately, as even Khanduras's good King Leoric falls under Diablo's wicked power, a lone hero arises to challenge the darkness that engulfs the land. After plumbing the hellish depths of the labyrinth under Tristram, the nameless hero finally confronts the lord of terror himself. Knowing full well that Diablo's spirit can never be truly destroyed, the hero makes the noblest sacrifice of all--casting his soul and his very sanity aside, he takes the spirit of Diablo into himself, hoping that his own strength of will can contain the demon within. The hero doesn't realize that his selfless act will not only ensure Diablo's victory, but will also irrevocably damn his soul for all time.

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Evil has survived in thisepic roleplaying adventureProduct InformationIn Diablo II Diablo the Lord of Terror has fallen to a brave herobeneath the church of Tristram.  Now that hero is gonereplaced by a Dark Wanderer who roams the world of Sanctuary leavingdeath and destruction in his wake.  As a hero of humanity youmust face the minions of Diablo's evil brothers and stop the DarkWanderer before he fulfills his terrible destiny.  Learn newskills find powerful new weapons and armor and enhance your gear withmagic as your hero's power and legend grow.  Vengeance wasonly the beginning in the epic role-playing action and adventure ofDiablo II.After possessing the body of the hero who defeated him Diablo resumeshis nefarious scheme to shackle humanity into unholy slavery - thistime by setting out to free other Prime Evils Mephisto and Baal. As Amazon Sorceress Necromancer Paladin or Barbarian youmust put a final end to Diablo and his evil brethren as your journeyacross distant lands fight new villains discover new treasures anduncover ancient mysteries in a world of dark gothic fantasy.Product Features Five Bold New Character Classes - BattleHell's minions as the Amazon Sorceress Necromancer Paladin orBarbarian each with unique skills and abilities. Powerful New Weapons - Summon andmand nightmarish creatures harness the powers of nature and masterthe energies of light and darkness through arcane spells andenchantments. Fiendishly Enhanced Multiplayer -Advanced Battle. technology unleashes support for up to 8 playersover the Inter including multiplayer quests and player rankingsystems. Four Expansive Realms - Storm a vastunderworld of twisted dungeons and uncharted wilderness on a journeyacross the immense ever-changing world of Sanctuary.Windows System RequirementsSingle Player System Requirements: Windows 95 98 2000 and NT 4.0 Service Pack 5 Pentium 233 or equivalent processor 32 MB of RAM 650 MB of available hard disk space 4x CD-

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80 of 87 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Glad I did it May 15, 2000
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I was approached a few weeks ago by a friend of my cousin who worked for blizzard. He said he knew I loved the original Diablo (I still play it) and wanted to know if I wanted to beta-test it. I said sure.
Playing it for the first time, I found it performed very well on my P-200, 32MB RAM. It begins with an amazing cinematic sequence that fills many of the plot gaps for those unfamiliar with Diablo I. The actual gameplay is the same system of mouse commands, the interface very similar, but less obtrusive (eg. when talking to somebody, the text is not screen-sized, but specific to the part of the screen in which that character is located). The level upgrade system is more logical, less mathematical. The weapons actually appear diffirent when you hold them - a short sword is not identical to a dagger when weilded by the character. I haven't had a chance to play all the characters (the game is VERY long), but they seem very distinct, with varying, but well balanced strangths and weaknesses. As before, however, the general tradeoff is speed and magic for brute strength.
I've come across 100's of distinct weapons, armor, and magic items in the first level only, so I guess there may be 1000 or even more! The soundtrack is eerie and differs in each level. The sounds of dripping water and moaning add true realism to this game when played late at night!
The graphics are far from state of the art, but very decent (I assume this was either 1) to keep the size of the game down or 2) because it's been in production for so long), and I found myself grateful for my 3Dfx card, which greatly smooths out the gameplay (I don't know if it is neccessary on a faster machine, but it is supported nevertheless).
This game is the crowning jewel of my collection.
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133 of 149 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The game is worth the wait from a beta tester April 12, 2000
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I am currently beta testing Diablo 2 and it has been worth the wait and the hype. After 3 long years waiting for the game it is just a couple months from shipping. First the one dim spot about the game, the graphics. Since the game has been in development for so long the graphics are slightly dated. I still think they look better than 95% of the games out there but they could (and probably) should have been better. The gameplay is still the easy point-and-click style of the original and plays much faster and smoother than D1. The 5 new classes are great and all are big improvements over the classes from D1. The amazon and sorceress are my favorites with the necromancer a close third. Then the Paladin and lastly the Barbarian. I'm not into hack'n'slash too much but the paladin has some very nice spells that make him worthwild to use. The amazon is a lot like the rogue from D1 but she was my favorite so that's why I like the amazon, plus she has some very nice spells. The sorceress has lots of nice spells at her disposal. The necromancer is cool because you can summon skeletons, golems and revive other monsters to fight for you. The game is many times larger than D1 the first act alone takes 8-10 hours of play and it's the smallest of the 4 acts. the game is great and if you want some extensive Diablo 2 coverage goto [...] they have a ton of info (I am not affiliated with them I just visit several times a day:) I post some over there about beta testing so maybe you'll read some of my posts. I hope I helped you in deciding to buy/not buy Diablo 2 and if you do I hope to see you online on battle.net!
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Diablo II June 19, 2000
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I have been testing Diablo II through the Stress Test beta copy... GEEEZ! If you are a fan of this style... better yet, if you want the best role playing, action oriented, adventure style game... this could very well satisfy your desire! Okay... here are some important features: 1) Physical chest located in town that you can save your extra stuff to (not that big, but handy all the same. 2) NPCs (like Rogues)can join you... I was limited to only 1 at a time... but I did have a choice of who I wanted to hire for varying amounts. They heal themselves and follow you... they also attack on their own; however, they will follow if you decide to run in combat. 3) Almost an unlimited variation of items/equipment with enhancements produced by embedding gems & such into those socketed items you find. Not all items are socketed... but alot are. This increases everything from attack rating to special powers or spells like frost or fire attack. What is really cool is that the item changes in color... ex. embedding 3 rubies into a 3 socketed long sword turns the sword blood red. COOL! 4) Details of background are amazing, although the beta test was in 640x480... not sure if they will increase this. Your system maybe set higher, but when running the game... it defaults back down. Even at that, it look really good... 10 times better than the original backgrounds. 5) Lighting... wow... when travelling crypts and caves... the shadowing and lighting effects are truly awesome (I was using Glide as my video setup). This adds to the realism since light only travels so far. 6) Sound is solid... I have an A3D II sound card... it was simply excellent. 7) Tracking... hmmm, definitely improved. NPCs that are hired by you will follow... but occasionally they get stuck... Read more ›
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1.0 out of 5 stars Did not get item
I ordered this about a year ago, and never got it in the mail. If I were you guys, I wouldn’t waste my time trying.
Published 24 days ago by Feliciano
1.0 out of 5 stars Bought the game, can't play it
Bought the game but can't play the game at all. Not good. I don't know if the game is good or bad. Any ideas?
Published 1 month ago by Carey Wade Sr
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome
I had seen it before, that was why I bought it, I recommend this to anyone. You cannot go wrong with this product.
Published 3 months ago by Murph
5.0 out of 5 stars love it
i am a big fan of this item was so glad to get it, and it was everything i hoped it would be
Published 3 months ago by Ethen Volkman
1.0 out of 5 stars boaring
this would be an amazing game if you had one hand or could only afford a mouse for what ever reason aside from that mind numbing and repetitive
Published 4 months ago by coulter berry
3.0 out of 5 stars Clearly A big budget title....but money aint everything
I got D2 Oct 10 2013 and began playing as a Paladin. As it unfolded I saw where Torchlight
, Fate, and Titan Quest Immortal Throne got many of their ideas. Read more
Published 5 months ago by this(ladies and germs), is my pen name .Pretty cool eh?
5.0 out of 5 stars Shipped just fine
Everything went well. I got the game, it works. I played it for over a month now, no problems at all.
Published 7 months ago by Justin
5.0 out of 5 stars Diablo II - Better than 3 or 1
I don't know how they managed it, but blizzard managed to make the sequel better than the original. Not only that, but it's better than the 3rd one that has come out as an online... Read more
Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Diablo 2
I liked this game when It came out due to the fact it was recommended by a person, no regrets!
Published 10 months ago by Bill
5.0 out of 5 stars excellent
and i love to play it now obviously because i bought it. and now that's the word limit back there
Published 11 months ago by Roger J. Dashner
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