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- Diablo III: Reaper of Souls is an expansion pack for the action role-playing video game Diablo III
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No One Can Stop Death
The Prime Evil rages within the Black Soulstone, its essence screaming for vengeance and release. Before the artifact can be sealed away forever, Malthael–Angel of Death–manifests in the mortal realms with a deadly new purpose: to steal the Black Soulstone and bend its infernal power to his will. So begins the end of all things...
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.
Conquer New Gameplay Modes
The new Adventure Mode opens up all of Sanctuary - you can travel to any waypoint in any Act. It also introduces Bounties and Nephalem Rifts, two new game features with boundless replay value.
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.
Discover Powerful New Treasures
A redesigned loot system improves your Diablo III experience with targeted "smart drops," new and improved Legendary items, and the item-augmenting powers of the Mystic.
Rise to New Heights of Power
Advance your hero of choice through additional levels of supremacy, mastering bold new powers of raw, demon-slaying potential along the way.
No One Can Stop Death
The Prime Evil rages within the Black Soulstone, its essence screaming for vengeance and release. Before the artifact can be sealed away forever, Malthael -- the Angel of Death -- manifests in the mortal realms with a deadly new purpose: to steal the Black Soulstone and bend its infernal power to his will. So begins the end of all things…
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Today, well, that auction house is extinct and the game has been redone entirely. It's still about finding that elusive piece of armor/weapon with the perfect rolls, but it's not impossible. I've now got three characters each with over 100 hours logged and I'm still finding the game enjoyable! :D If you don't mind grinding and battling your way to better gear, then you'll really enjoy this game. Blizzard is constantly improving it and the dynamics of the "deal build" change every few months. With that said, if you're going to purchase Diablo III for the first tome, get RoS with it. It's really worthwhile to have the added content and I'd go so far as to say that the "most helpful review" that states that it's not $40 good is probably incorrect at this point in time. With that said, I've seen it drop between $20-30 fairly frequently, so you can always wishlist it and wait for one of those opportunities. It's well worth it.
1. In classic Blizzard style, the "rules" of the game have been re-shuffled, encouraging creativity and experimentation. Could this have been done via patches? Some of the changes maybe, but not all of them. And patches don't pay the bills.
2. Many changes are absolutely in the right direction in my opinion. Balancing of skills, obsolescence of old builds and steering players towards revisiting old quests/areas of the maps have freshened things up for veteran players.
3. The Crusader looks fun. I have only logged a few hours with my Crusader build but it feels like the old Paladin of D2 in some ways, which is a good thing.
4. Despite it being an expansion, the game is approachable. D3 has thankfully not reached the overblown, over-hacked, over-cookie-cutter and overall complicated levels of D2 in its final days which made that game appear extremely unapproachable to new players. While you can still bury yourself in formulas and analytics calculating DPS and breakpoints, playing casually can be enjoyable.
1. From a semi-serious player's perspective, the end-game is EXTREMELY costly from a time-investment standpoint. This was somewhat the case even with the original D3, but subsequent patches and now RoS have raised the ceiling on characters so far that the highest difficulties of the game have been made to be nearly impossible for all but the most elite players (aka the ones who spend the most time on the game). Case in point: items with multi-hundred additions to player stats. When it is possible to accumulate over 1,000 points in additional stat enhancements from items, the bad guys simply have to be that much tougher to accommodate the very few who can achieve those sorts of stats. And for those who can't? T6 is like a penthouse in Manhattan or a Bentley Continental for the other 99%.
That is the only con, which isn't really a con as it is a hallmark of Blizzard games.
But do not buy this game unless you own Diablo 3! You need it to play this.
If you don't own Diablo 3, then go and buy it quickly, you don't know what you are missing!
Everything is better.
Auction House - gone
New class = Yep
Cool new modes = check
Great Gear = check
Minor Bad points:
Often with Loot 2.0, you don't get gear for your mercenaries or alts.
Too many items are bind on account
Some legendaries are not really...
Game is short, too - $40 seems pretty high. $30 = perfect.
Anyone who played D3 during beta and launch day should have gotten it for free. We told Blizzard how to make a great game (in the beta forums). We told them what they screwed up...and they finally listened. Buy it.