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- Rediscover the enthralling RPG gameplay of the iconic Diablo franchises in its first game release in nearly 11 years.
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Evil is in its Prime
Twenty years have passed since the Prime Evils were defeated and banished from the world of Sanctuary. Now, you must return to where it all began—the town of Tristram—and investigate rumors of a fallen star, for this is an omen that the End Times have begun.
Call Upon Your Allies
Play solo or form a party of up to four heroes—either with local players together on the same screen or network players online (or mix and match).
Pick Up and Slay
Take a stand as one of humanity’s last defenders—barbarian, witch doctor, monk, demon hunter, or wizard—and level up with devastating new powers and abilities.
Conquer a Dynamic Battlefield
Lay waste to hordes of evil throughout randomized 3D environments. Face innumerable demonic foes, uncover quests in new locations, and lay claim to masses of loot every time you play.
Players who purchase Diablo III on the PS3 will also receive five additional PS3-exclusive in-game items. These in-game items are automatically available inside your inventory when you turn on the game. You do not need to enter in a code to redeem these in-game items:
- "The Hero’s Journey" – A Legendary shoulder item that includes a “Journey” style scarf
- "Drake's Amulet" – A Legendary amulet that bears a striking resemblance to the ring that Drake wears around his neck in Uncharted
- "Leoric's Gauntlets" – These Legendary gloves summon a ghostly skeleton to fight for you
- "Crimson Angelic Wings" – This cosmetic enhancement calls forth a set of red Angelic Wings
- "Leah's Ring" – A Legendary ring, originally given to Leah by Deckard Cain, that's usable at level 1 and provides bonuses to Magic Find and Gold Find
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.
Experience the intensity of multiplayer Diablo III over an all-new, wickedly enhanced Battle.net platform with numerous enhancements to make connecting with your friends easier, and cooperative gameplay more fun.
Eurogamer gives it a 9/10 score, calling it "a bold, bloody, opulent romp" that "gets better with every player you add" and "one of the best co-op games money can buy."
OXM says "Diablo III is a deep, spirited game that fits right into its new home."
Rediscover the enthralling RPG gameplay of the iconic Diablo franchise in its first game release in nearly 11 years.
"Lively and brisk, even for hours at a time." - OXM (9.0 score)
"Offers up fast and easy hack-and-slash fun." - Destructoid
Top customer reviews
The wait is finally over. Diablo III is that game. That worthy successor to Baldur's Gate: Dark alliance we had waited for (for more than half a decade mind you). From the moment you pick up the controller you can tell Blizzard nailed this port. It doesn't even feel like a port. It's like the game was designed with this control scheme in mind from scratch. Movement is fluid, combat satisfying. Everything is there. The search for better and shinier loot is just as fun as it was back in the PS2 with Baldur's. The co-op action is flawless. Minimap, skill trees, chests, weapon racks, everything you may have possibly missed is there, and then some.
If there is maybe one department where the game takes a hit vs. the PC version are the graphics. They're not bad. They do feel a bit...cartoonish. But they're totally current gen. You just can't compare the graphics of a current PC (even a mid-range one) with the graphics of a game, running in 720p on a console like the PS3, released 7 years ago, and already on it's way out. If you have never seen the PC graphics, these will look totally OK to you. Nothing to write home about but not bad by any stretch of the imagination. And my only other gripe with the game (now, this is a minor thing and I'm definitely nitpicking), is that I wish 2 players playing local co-op could enter their inventory at the same time instead of player 1 having to wait while player 2 compares 10 different kinds of armor in order to be able to enter his inventory, or at least, there should be an option to enable this. I'm rocking a 55 inch screen, there's plenty of room for both player's inventories. If a player has a small screen they could disable this option. The upside is when my wife is going through her inventory, I get to see everything she's carrying and sometimes a weapon or piece of armor catches my eye so she gives it to me and viceversa so it's not like it's super boring or anything like that. Like I said, I'm definitely nitpicking. This game is seriously awesome. I can't wait to see what Blizzard does with this game on the PS4. Even if it's just a graphics overhaul, I'll buy the PS4 version in a New York minute and play it all over again (Heck I intend to play the PS3 version all over again several times). Just take my money Blizzard. Keep releasing games like this on the console and keep taking my money. And I hope this game sells like hotcakes so publishers realize there IS a market for this genre on the consoles, and that gamers like us will buy anything you release in this genre as long as it plays this nicely.
Now, don't get me wrong, I love first person shooters as much as the next guy, but sometimes a gamer needs a break from that. No online lobbies, no 8 years olds yelling at the top of their lungs threatening to quickscope me or anything like that. Just me, my girl, the couch and the dungeons (wait, that sounded a bit kinky. But I digress). Sometimes you just want to sit on the couch with a friend, relax, and just have some fun. Sometimes, we need to get back to basics. And what a glorious playground Diablo III is for that purpose. Welcome home Lord of Destruction. What is thy bidding my master?
Also the "automatic" direction of the weapon aiming/striking could not be turned off, I think, as it kept swing or throwing in a different direction than I wanted it to (At the less threatening enemy).
There was one issue I had with corruption or something as all the aliens had the wrong voices.
But this was a very fun game and was very good with Artificial Intelligence as the enemy would crowd around you as they would in real life. Not sure but it also seemed the "pawns" were actually protecting the bosses even by getting in the way of weapons.
Aliens were very well done and interesting both in sound and look. Dynamics were very real looking when items were smashed etc. Aliens would go over the edges of platforms realistically and often etc. Stuff in background was almost interesting enough just to stand and watch what was going on all around you. Allies getting swooped away by flying beasts, Giant monsters under the platforms, etc. Maybe I have been playing the wrong games but this seems to far out do any of the games I've played in these respects. Game was long enough and repayable enough too. (5 times for me)
Wish I could wait 6 or more months to see if there will be more, but from all I can see now, there will be a extension only for the ps4 which makes no sense, to me, for a ps3 game. The ps4 version is predicted for march but even that would be too long to hold the game for.