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Diablo III: Collector's Edition

by Blizzard Entertainment
Windows Vista / XP / 7, Mac
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (338 customer reviews) 3 answered questions

Price: $274.99
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  • Five new character classes, including the otherworldly Witch Doctor, or with re-imagined warriors from Diablo's past, like the powerful Barbarian
  • Experience a new approach to in-game health as the previous reliance on mana and potions is appended by resource types unique to each class, as well as health globes
  • In single player quests utilize up to three AI followers, from three different classes who can be equiped with basic items and leveled up
  • The new Rune System in which skills and abilities are now automatically unlocked as you level
  • This special collector's edition contains exclusive physical and digital content including a 'behind the scenes' DVD, a Diablo Skull and 4 GB USB Soulstone, art book, soundtrack and more

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Product Details

  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0050SZC5U
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 3.9 x 11.8 inches ; 5.6 pounds
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Release Date: May 15, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (338 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,818 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Product Description

A fallen star burns across the sky, signaling the rebirth of a long-forgotten evil, and calling mortal heroes to arms once more. This limited edition collector’s set commemorates your return to the darkened world of Sanctuary. Inside, you’ll find a treasure trove of rare and legendary items to aid you in your apocalyptic battles at the End of Days.

Diablo III is a fantasy Action Role-playing Game (RPG). Only the third major release in what is considered by many gamers as the most iconic RPG franchise of all time, Diablo 3 continues the land of Sanctuary's battle against a reoccurring demonic evil, and provides players around the world with the opportunity to create the ultimate hero to quest against it with friends online, or on their own. Features include: classic dungeon crawling gameplay, a new batch of character classes, multiplayer options with friends and single player support with the help of AI companions, a new take on character skill assignment and health, online item auctioning, and compatibility with Windows and Mac operating systems.

This special collector's edition contains exclusive physical and digital content. See the complete list of items included below.

Diablo III game logo
Game launch screen from Diablo III showing four of five character classes
The long-awaited third major release in the Diablo saga is finally here.
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A female wizard vs. the Skeleton King in Diablo III
A powerful new approach to ability assignment and health.
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Darkness Falls. Heroes Rise

Two decades have passed since the events of the Diablo II: Lord of Destruction expansion pack, in which the demonic lords, Diablo, Mephisto, and Baal, set out across the world of Sanctuary on a vicious rampage, twisting humanity to their unholy will. Yet for those who battled the Prime Evils, the memory fades slowly. When Deckard Cain returns to the ruins of Tristram Cathedral seeking clues to defeat new stirrings of evil, a fiery harbinger of doom falls from the heavens, striking the very ground where Diablo once entered the world. This fire from the sky reawakens ancient evils, but also calls the heroes of Sanctuary to defend the mortal world against the rising powers of the Burning Hells once again.

Darksiders II Collector's Edition Box Contents

  • Diablo III for PC/MAC
  • Behind the scenes DVD
  • Collector's Edition soundtrack
  • The Art of Diablo art book
  • Diablo Skull and 4 GB USB Soulstone
  • Exclusive digital content:
    • Diablo III Aesthetic Artifacts
    • World of Warcraft Pet Fetish Shaman
    • Starcraft II portraits

Key Game Features

  • Rediscover the enthralling RPG gameplay of the iconic Diablo franchises in is first game release in nearly 11 years
  • Explore fully realized realms of Sanctuary - the living, breathing gothic fantasy world of Diablo III
  • Battle the unholy forces of the Burning Hells with five character classes, including the otherworldly Witch Doctor, or with re-imagined warriors from Diablo's past, like the powerful Barbarian
  • Rain hell on your enemies and use the interactive environment as a weapon: lay cunning traps, turn destructible objects against your foes, and use environmental obstacles to your advantage - all powered by the Havok physics system
  • Experience the intensity of multiplayer Diablo III over an all-new, wickedly enhanced platform with numerous enhancements to make connecting with your friends easier, and cooperative gameplay more fun
  • In single player quests utilize up to three AI followers, from three different classes who can be equipped with basic items and leveled up
  • Skills and abilities are now automatically unlocked as you level, and players are able to actively use more of them simultaneously than ever before
  • Experience a new approach to in-game health as the previous reliance on mana and potions is appended by resource types unique to each class, as well as health globes
  • The ability to craft unique items with found objects is drastically improved through association in-game blacksmith and Jeweler artisans
  • Sell unique items found within the game for in-game gold or real money via online Auction House functionality
  • Win/Mac media format ensures that the game is playable on most operating systems

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The Witch Doctor character class from Diablo III
5 powerful character classes.
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The Monk character class aided by an AI Scoundrel follower in Diablo III
AI followers in single player.
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Auction House functionality from Diablo III
Online auction functionality.
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A Versus gameplay screen from Diablo III
Exciting Versus gameplay.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game, great story, gameplay, and characters March 12, 2014
By Tucker
None of the previous reviews really know what they're talking about. Seriously. Probably one of the best games I've ever played next to Dark Souls. Sure, you have the RMAH, but that doesn't take away from the game as a whole. In all honesty, the resistances on Inferno difficulty do. That's really it besides the loot system, which right now is exemplary and vastly improved with Reaper Of Souls right around the corner. The RMAH will soon be gone and the games itemization and difficulty has been balanced and made this game worlds better than what it started off as. Those who complained in their reviews are impatient fools who obviously don't remember how terrible D2 was when it first launched. It took SO many patches and fixes to streamline and make it the amazing game it is. Such is the case for D3. If you want a fantastic game with a relatively fair learning curve and hours upon hours of replayability, this is the game for you. I highly recommend it. You won't be disappointed and the collectors edition is real nice!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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The collectors edition came with all the parts. I will say, I expected the skull to be a little bit bigger, but it has a hefty strong feel to it, which suggests it will be resilient.

The loss of one star is due to my disappointment with the game as a whole. I played Diablo II for years. Perhaps that is the problem. Although there are changes to Diablo III, there are also many things that are the same. Perhaps I am burned out on that style of play currently. But after going through Diablo III a few times, I found myself setting it aside, and not coming back to it. It doesn't have the constant draw that Diablo II did.

Still, I enjoyed the storyline, am not upset that I bought the game, but I do wish it drew me in like Diablo II did. I see myself playing it again from time to time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars nothing like its predessors May 21, 2014
By Issac
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Diablo made a big impact in the gaming world, setting several new bars. D2 was a monster, I spent nearly a decade playing that game off and on 3-4 months at a time. I had more accounts than I should ever admit too, I was hooked.

D3 offers none of the variability of D2; the players are static, there's no interesting class builds requiring leveling/gearing a whole new toon.. No randomly generated maps (except for minor events, about as random as shrines in D2). It only takes a couple days to reach true level cap where as reaching anything past 92 in D2 was a fair accomplishment.

From what i understand they've made a lot of improvements since the game came out, but the base of the game is flawed and there is little they can do to fix it.
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45 of 65 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars what a disappointment July 2, 2012
By Tryfle
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Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
The TLDR version:

I am giving the game 2 stars because it is fun at first, but if I could give the endgame a negative rating for being a cynical mechanism for extracting the maximum amount of money and/or time from players in return for unpleasant and unrewarding gameplay, I would.

The details:
I played both D1 and D2, and while I have fond memories of them, I don't feel all that attached to the franchise. Nonetheless I was looking forward to it since Blizz announced its release and ponied up for the CE.

I was not one of the people who raged at release because of server crashes, glitches, bugs and frequent "maintenance" sessions lasting hours, sometimes with little or no warning. I figured that Blizz was fielding a lot of new ideas and processes with this game. I was happy with the game, despite huge numbers of reports of botting, duping, hacking, exploits, session spoofing, etc, I figured it didn't really affect me or the people I played with. I was wrong about that, but never mind.

Then two things happened: the Real Money Auction House (RMAH) and patch 1.3. I think others have probably gone into a lot of detail about why those two things proved real game changers for more casual players like myself, but for me the net change was that the "end game", such as it is, is now basically pay to win. You need not only to play skillfully, and to understand your class inside and out, which I would expect, but in addition you need really really good gear. Gear that, because of the way itemization works in the game, you will not get by farming. You must go to the AH, where you will need millions, yes millions, of gold per end game item (unless you want to spend hours surfing the terrible, horrid AH interface for the occasional deal).
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61 of 89 people found the following review helpful
By Cynthia
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Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
Many features in the beta were stripped by the time the game was launched. There is a paucity to the story that is glaring, especially upon replays. The game came out May 15th and as of today, the real money auction house is still not online. A couple days ago, Blizzard servers had massive ping that caused tens of thousands (that's right, tens of thousands) of "hardcore" (meaning if you die, your character is gone, that's it) characters died and were lost. Asian servers are all located in Korea and go down at 8pm every single night for "maintenance". I can understand a coop mode requiring an internet connection, but to not allow a single player option offline is unacceptable. Add in the poorly balanced game mechanics (in harder mode, ranged classes reign. Melee classes must try to imitate ranged classes and they do so poorly, if they can progress at all). The builds available are not as varied as in Diablo 2 and while some classes are fun (the witch doctor), you invariable will be funneled into 1 or 2 builds that are viable at the higher levels, again stripping your options for customized play. Since the story line is weak (town/camp, dungeon/crypt/cave x a few, kill level boss, rinse and repeat for 4 acts), the flaws in that stand out and the game would need to be saved by it's mechanics, its sense of fun, and for many classes there is no sense of fun to be had. Worst of all, Blizzard canceled it's show this year instead of having to face hard questions about problems with the game, the lead designer hopped on a flight to Italy for 2 weeks vacation and the one interview he was forced to address fans asking when they might fix various issues with the games balance and "fun", his response was a generic, politispeak "you are the minority, I'm sorry you aren't having fun. Read more ›
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