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Diablo - PC

by Blizzard Entertainment See the Amazon Page for this brand
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4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews) 94 / 100

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Platform: PC
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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B00001IVBL
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,182 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard

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Embark if you dare on a quest to destroy the Lord of All Evil.....

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As a Warrior, Rogue, or Sorcerer, you explore a dark, gothic world full of labyrinths, magical treasures, and horrific surprises. The stunning SVGA graphics, lifelike cinematic sequences, and advanced multiplayer capabilities distinguish this game from the rest. (Ages 17 and up)

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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Another great Blizzard Game May 6, 2000
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
I loved StarCraft, so i decided to try another Blizzard game. Diablo was it. Ever since I popped it in 2 nights ago, I've been addicted. I'm at the beggining to the 7th dungeon and I have a Lv.13 Warrior that kicks.... I love searching for new weapons, armor, and new monsters to kill. Some people critisized the small town in which you are based, but I think it serves it's purpose well. The town was not the reason i gave the game a 4 instead of 5.
The reason was that, so far, I have not been very challenged by the game. All the bosses were a piece of cake and the quests were not as hard as i thought they would be. Also, my uncle and friend both informed me that even the big guy, Diablo, was easy to defeat.
However! Don'r run away yet! This game is extremely addicting and is worth the 10 or 20 bucks you spend on it. Even with the problems I named, it is my favorite RPG. And, I'm not 1/2 way through yet so it could increase in difficulty.
In closing, buy this game. You won't be sorry. Just one warning: Once you get it, your grades will drop and you will lose hours of sleep... because you won't be able to leave the computer! It's time for me to go....
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It's still fun after all these years June 7, 2000
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
I've owned this game for about 2 years, and I still play it. Diablo uses a formula that is so simple, yet, complex. The game seems so simple and easy at first: Make trips down to the dungeon, fight, get items, return to town, heal, repeat cycle. However, the game is much deeper.
They're 3 characters to use: Warrior, Rogue, and Sorceror. The Warrior is the best to use for beginners becuase all you have to do is use hack n' slash tactics. The Rogue is well balanced, she uses physical fighting as well as magic, and you have to master both to use her effectively. The Sorceror is the hardest to master becuase he is only good at using spells, but near the end of the game, the Sorceror becomes the most powerful.
Diablo's plot is basic at first: You must go down into the dungeon and defeat the demon Diablo in order to save the town of Tristram. However, as you go through the game, you'll learn more about Diablo and about the town of Tristram. Despite what people say, this game DOES have a plot.
The game takes place in the town of Tristram and the dungeon nearby it. The town of Tristram has many people to talk to, each with their own voice actors. The music is top-notch, you'll never want to turn the sound off. Each monster has their own roar, and some even talk to you.
The gameplay is point-and-click. You click on the monster you want to vanquish. This sounds stupid at first but it gets more complex. You eventually learn spells and you must make strategies on how to use them. Also, they're countless items and armor to be found, which makes it all more interesting.
Playing multiplayer is HORRIBLE becuase of cheaters. Trust me, if you want to play multiplayer, just wait for Diablo II.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Its beauty is its simplicity July 4, 2000
By Nathan
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
This game, I must say, is one of the most addictive, fun, frustrating, sleep-wasting, homework delaying, fun games ever. While Blizzard, in the manual, gives their usual in depth backstory and pictures and all, the plot of the game is very simple -- fight your way through Diablos minions and then kill the big guy himself.
During the course of all this, you can go back up through the depths into town to reprovision, get some advice from the townspeople, and go on quests for them, from which you get various rewards.
I literally do not think I've ever played a game as addictive as this one. The hours fly. You go through a few levels, and it seems to be fairly quick, and then you realize its 2 am. The first few levels may seem easy, especially if you're playing with a warrior, but once you get down to the depths, believe me, it will be a challenge for anyone.
The graphics, almost five years later, are still very good, as are the spells, weapons and enemies, and the animations of all of them. The worst thing about this game is that you will invariably want to carry more gear than can fit on you, and it's a be-itch trying to figure out what excellent item to sell, and what to keep, only to decide when it's too late you'd rather have done it the other way around.
I haven't played much multiplayer, but that's excellent too. I definitely recommend this game to anyone and everyone. Kudos to Blizzard for a game well done.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars For AD&D addicts! May 29, 2000
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
For those who loved (or still enjoy) Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, this is one of the best games around. You get to choose between three different types of characters: your average Warrior, Rogue (equivilent to the Ranger type) and Sorcerer. Then, just like in the D&D game, the basic rule is always the same: you have a list of quests you need to fulfill and in the end, fight the ultimate evil monster, in this case Diablo. Those are the basics: the game sucks you in. You find yourself in one of the best games made - I've finished off the game 5 times now, and still enjoy it 3 years later! The graphics may be basic in today's age, but the fun is no less. There are roughly (I'm not giving everything away here!) 15 levels the player needs to travel through before reaching his/her final destination. Even if you choose to be a Warrior, unlike most D&D characters, you can cast spells, use wands and do most basic functions an average warrior does not usually enjoy. The only slight disagreement I have with the makers of this game, is that Armor Class betters when the points go UP and not DOWN which is the usual scenario....but, hey, that's detail.
This game is beyond just plain entertainment. It keeps you up at night (literally). This is not the game to recommend to people who need their 8 hours of sleep!
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