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Diablo III - PlayStation 3

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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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Platform: PlayStation 3

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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

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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.

Critics' Reviews

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

Product Information

Platform:PlayStation 3
ASIN B00BGA9V2Q
Release date September 3, 2013
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4.5 out of 5 stars 499 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 5.4 x 0.6 x 6.7 inches
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
The majority of console titles being released nowadays are either first person shooters or sandbox games. Isometric Action RPGs, a genre so basic, so essential, I never thought would become scarce, hasn't seen a decent release on the current console generation in almost 7 years. Not one. Back in the PS2 era, the golden age of console action RPGs, we had the holy grail. Baldur's Gate: Dark alliance, and its more than worthy successor, Dark alliance II. The genre was so in vogue, even the Everquest universe brought a worthy contender to the table with the release of Champions of Norrath, and Champions of Norrath 2: Return to Arms. Oh, those were the days. I used to sit on the couch with my girlfriend (nowadays my wife) and play together for hours on end. Just us, exploring dungeons, marveling at the prospect of a dropped piece of armor or sword, which we would immediately pick up and analyze in order to compare to the one we were wearing. Since the current generation of consoles was released, we have waited, and waited, and waited for a worthy successor of one of these games. And there hasn't been any. There have been flops like Sacred, or Dungeon Siege's console version but none that were remotely decent (with the exception perhaps of Lord of The Rings: War in the North. Technically NOT an isometric RPG but a brilliant coop action RPG game nonetheless, which filled somehow the void we carried as gamers for over 6 years). Enter The Lord of Destruction.

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.
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Of course this game is going to get bouts of negative reviews. Because it sucks right? No. No it does not.

Diablo III has been a huge subject of gaming controversy since its release last year on PC. A lot of people were sorely disappointed and as a result, the Diablo fanbase has turned into a giant swarm of hate. And thus, because this is Diablo III, the negative reviews are piling up.

Please ignore the negative reviews. They are not credible. Why? Because even if someone hates the PC version of D3 for completely legitimate reasons, THIS IS NOT THE PC VERSION. The console version of Diablo III is not a mere port of the PC game.

This version has been touched up and fine tuned specifically for consoles. Not only that, but every single PC patch that was released to enhance the original game has been include in the console game's content. Thus, the console version is a far more polished game and is undoubtedly a five-star experience.

The two biggest topics of controversy on the PC version (the Real Money Auction House and the Always-Online connectivity) have been completely removed from this version of the game. Now, the main reason for this was because neither of those things were even possible to replicate on consoles, but nevertheless, they are gone. And because of this, there is no more lag or server errors. And the loot drops have been fine tuned and enhanced since the Auction House can no longer be used to buy better gear.

Believe me, I've heard the countless stories about how much of a let down the PC version was. I'm not saying that I don't believe the players who have the PC version that it isn't a let down.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
As ports from PC to systems go, there haven't been too many successful examples. Most games suffer from trying to take the PC/Mouse controls and set them up on a system controller. Or suffer from the limited graphic capability on systems. (Or are like Starcraft on the N64, one of the very worst PC to console ports of all time, and the last time Blizzard tried to do this).

I'm happy to report, Diablo III bucks this trend in a BIG way, and is a must-purchase for RPG and loot fans.

Controls can't get much simplier then what Blizzard accomplished on the PS3. Move with the left stick. Look around with the right. Attack buttons are mapped to the face buttons on the controller. No gaming mouse required! You'll get into the flow of battle and wonder how you ever survived using a gaming mouse or keyboard; it's that intuative.

Naturally, the graphics do take a hit, but it still looks better than you would expect a port has any right to.

Another thing you will notice is the Inventory interface is a little clunky, but that's a minor gripe.

If by some chance you've never played any Diablo games, it's a very simple concept. Slash and hack anything that gets in your way. Mix in a little magic. Grab the loot that drops at random. Rinse and repeat.

The bottom line is this game has at least 30-50 hours (or more) of gameplay and if they release the PC expansion as DLC you can take another 5-10 onto it as well.

As I stated in the open, most PC to console conversions are poor or worst, a complete abomination of the game. Diablo III is neither of those, and if you're the type who love Borderlands for the loot, you will adore Diablo III as well.

The grades:
Presentation: 8
Graphics: 8
Controls: 9
U/I: 7
Replability: 10
Overall: 9/10
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