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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Collector's Edition

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Collector's
  • Diablo III helms & weapons
  • Ghost Wolf minion to keep you company on your epic journey
  • Three additional character slots
  • A World of Warcraft companion pet: The treasure goblin
  • SCII crusader-themed battle.net portraits and Malthael themed decals
  • Behind the scenes Blu-ray / DVD two-disc set
  • Hardcover Diablo III: Reaper of Souls art book
  • High quality Malthael themed mouse pad
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Edition: Collector's

The Ultimate Reaper of Souls Experience

The Angel of Death manifests in the mortal realms, seeking the Black Soulstone and the infernal power trapped within.So beings the end of all things. This limited edition Collector's Set features a wealth of rare artifacts to aid you in the crusade against death itself.

Diablo III PC/MAC Game

The full version of the Diablo III Reaper of souls game on DVD-ROM.

Exclusive In-Game Content

Diablo III Spectral Hound Minion & Aesthetic Artifacts - Charge through Sanctuary with your Spectral Hound Minion at your side, and transmogrify your gear with a trio of ageless helms and a full complement of Maltheal-inspired weapons. World of Warcraft: Treasure Goblin Pet - The treasure goblin comes and goes through his portals, stopping by to join you and your treasure-hunting expeditions throughout Azeroth. Starcraft II: Crusader Portraits & Malthael Decals - Bring the fervor of the Zakarum to the far reaches of Koprulu Sector with these Crusader inspired portraits and Malthael decals.


Behind The Scenes DVD and Blu-Ray Two-Disc Set

Meet the teams behind the Reaper of Souls expansion with this Blu-ray / DVD two-disc set, featuring interviews, roundtable discussions and behind-the-scenes commentary.

Reaper of Souls Soundtrack on CD

Expand your music collection with the full Reaper of Souls soundtrack on CD.

The Art of Reaper of Souls

Explore the vast collection of artwork that went into Diablo III's first expansion, from early sketches to final 3D renders. Plus, bring select images of the art book to life with a downloadable augmented reality viewer app for use with iOS or Android devices.

Malthael Mouse Pad

Equip your gaming desk with this ghostly mouse pad, featuring the impenetrable visage of Malthael, the Angel of Death

Charge Forth as the Crusader

Impenetrable armor, gleaming weapons, and heavy, heavy damage - wield the power of the Crusader, unbreakable new hero of the mortal realms.

Take Act V by Storm

From the sprawling streets of Westmarch to the ancient walls of the Pandemonium Fortress, battle with a host of deadly new enemies throughout the all-new Act V of the Diablo III storyline.


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Edition: Collector's
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  • ASIN: B00HEUNOYS
  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 10 x 3.9 inches ; 5.1 pounds
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Release Date: March 25, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (200 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,087 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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61 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Ezareth on March 25, 2014
Edition: Collector's
-Updated 3/28/14 Disclosure: I purchased the CE from Amazon but they botched the delivery so I had to source it from my local Gamestop instead.

The Original Release of Diablo 3 in 2012 was Blizzard's first major blunder in a history of sterling game releases.

While the gameplay was fun and exciting and the game looked great and had a great story, the driving factor behind these games is a sense of progression and continually being rewarded for playing on harder difficulties. The introduction of the Auction House ensured that you would always find better items on the auction house than you could in game. In game loot that dropped had a very small chance of even having stats useful for your character and an even smaller chance to be better than what you already possessed.

I spent hours continually clicking the refresh button on the auction house listings, looking for an under-priced item that I could resell at a profit so I could buy an item I could use, instead of actually playing the game. After a few weeks of "playing" the auction house I pretty much had the best items in the game with the nearly best stats possible making the actual exorcise of playing the game pointless.

Fast-Forward to 2014 and Loot "2.0" and Reaper of Souls.

Blizzard Has taken Everything that was good about Diablo 3 and discarded the rest. Items now drop with a much higher chance of being useful to the character you're playing than before and there are much better chances to get one of the improved legendary items.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By S. Kosloske on April 3, 2014
Edition: Collector's Verified Purchase
I've been going with the collector's editions, mostly for the extras. In most cases, it's worth the extra cost to get the book/mouse-pad/DVD and other items. This is pretty much the standard CE expansion set that Blizzard has been releasing. If you don't want/need the in-game extras, the price might not be as attractive.

My only complaint is that the original D3 CE set came with the really cool Diablo head and soulstone USB stick. Now THAT was a cool addition. The expansion CE is the same price, but without the cool toy. Something else to consider if you're going to spend the extra $$$.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jason Campbell on April 2, 2014
Edition: Collector's Verified Purchase
Going to start this review describing changes to the core game, so there is a foundation for my description of RoS.

I wasnt going to bother with this expansion, until i found out that blizzard had greatly re-designed one of the biggest bungles of their launch of diablo 3 (the loot drop system). Now we have "loot 2.0", which basicly drops items that are much more aligned to your character's core stats (int, dex, str, ect) and have a better chance of giving you properties that you'll find usefull. As opposed to the utterly random (and usually worthless) drops that went along with the launch of the origional game.

Legendaries (unique items) drop far more frequently now, but they are immediately account-bound (cant trade it to other players) if you are playing a solo game, but you have a bit of time to trade them between group members if you're in a multi-player game. The RMAH (real money auction house) is gone, and pretty soon the regular AH is going to be gone as well. While im glad the RMAH is out of here, i feel that also closing the regular AH reduces trade even further, and its a popular community opinion that this is simply blizzard admitting that they cant control/handle the problem of bots, so everybody has to suffer for it. (even though legendaries cant be traded, we could have still traded rare items, currency, gems, and lesser-grade recipes)

Now onto RoS proper:

The new act we get is nice, but its short compared to the other 4 from D3. The new class (crusader) sounds interesting and good from the descriptions, but current community opinion seems to think that it needs to be tweaked before it can be really enjoyable, mainly to problems with generating the resource required for most of its special attacks and whatnot.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Stacy TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 25, 2014
Edition: Collector's Verified Purchase
The Diablo series has long been able to polarize gamers. Kind of like the New York vs. Chicago Great Pizza Debate, most gamers are either in love with the game or hate it. I, fellow reader, am one of the few who is in the grey zone. I eagerly purchased the Collector's Edition of the expansion when it was first available on Amazon, and after playing for hours today, I have a verdict.

Graphics & Sound

First and foremost, this expansion is beautiful in its dreariness. The city of Westmarch is huge, especially as compared to the city environments of New Tristram (Act I) and Caldeum (Act II), and the devastation as wrought by the minions of Maltheal (called Reapers) is detailed in the various homes and alleyways. The two years since the release of Diablo III was not wasted by Blizzard; the tweaks and upgrades to the graphics and noticeable. With that being said, some of the enemy body-types have been recycled, but by-and-large you are encountering new monsters with a bevy of attack styles and debuff abilities. I will expand more upon the playing mechanics below.

As to the sound, there is not much to say other than it is an appropriately epic soundtrack to suit the dire state of the world in Diablo: Reaper of Souls. The haunting melodies fit the game so well that there are times I don't even notice that they are there. As with every game that Blizzard does, the music, sound effects, and general mood/tone is spot-on.

Gameplay

Here is where players arm themselves to fight to the death about the quality of the game.
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