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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition (Xbox One) by Blizzard Entertainment
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- Face Ultimate Evil
- Call Upon Your Allies
- Rise as a Champion
- And Lift the Demonic Siege
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Over 13 million players have battled the demonic hordes of Diablo III. Now, it’s your turn to join the crusade and take up arms against the enemies of the mortal realms. This Ultimate Evil Edition contains both Diablo III and the Reaper of Souls expansion set, together in one definitive volume. So stand ready. Something wicked this way comes. Call Upon Your Allies Play solo or form a party of up to four other heroes—either with local players together on the same screen or online with players via PlayStation Network or Xbox Live. Rise as a Champion Stand as one of humanity’s last defenders—crusader, barbarian, witch doctor, demon hunter, monk, or wizard—and level up with devastating powers and legendary equipment. And Lift the Demonic Siege Lay waste to hordes of evil throughout all five acts of the Diablo III storyline. Or explore the open world in Adventure Mode to hunt bounties on the elder evils that lurk throughout the mortal realms. This Game is a Region Free PAL Game Imported from the UK. Works on all Xbox One consoles HD TV and HDMI Cable connection may be required to play.
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There are a lot of players out there that play with modded gear to run the level 150 Greater Rifts, which are frankly impossible to run without modded gear. I had some modded gear donated to me so I do use it to farm 150 Rifts, and while that is cool, I truly enjoy building the best gear sets possible for all my characters to run as high a level possible without the modded gear. Right now I am just starting most of my characters on Torment 11 and 12. Your non modded gear needs to be solid at this level as the creatures dish out considerably more damage, as well as take a lot more damage to bring down, particularly bosses and elites.
It's a blast to play alone, couch co-op or on line. You cannot go wrong. I played the original Diablo on PC back in the day and loved it. This version is everything I had hoped for and wanted. D3 has been out now for years and with the recent port to the Nintendo Switch and the PS4 and Xbox One respectively in the passed couple years, now is a perfect time to give this game a go, as it has been seriously addicting for me. There are MANY hours of play for you and depending on your love/interest level for the game/characters. You can put as much or as little time in as you like. It's like World Of Warcraft lite. You can go at your own pace no need for 5, 10 or 25 players to raid etc... WoW is great too but it's a much deeper and time intensive game that depends mostly on you playing with other players, which is fine. In Diablo 3 you can accomplish much on your own or with other players, depending on your personal preference.
Bring on Diablo 4 ASAP please Blizzard!
Overall I'm extremely happy happy with what Blizzard has done. There's a great story line and some appearances from characters in the past which adds an element of nostalgia. The graphics have greatly improved and look fantastic using my Xbox One S. I thought it may be difficult using a controller as opposed to the mouse and keyboard but it was a seamless transition and gameplay flows easily.
Different from the old Diablo where you had to choose your skills you learn many different ones as you level up and get to choose which ones you want to use. It's different, but I like how it works. There's also a ton of items just like in the old Diablo which is one the highlights of the game. There aren't runestone combinations to add to socketed items like in Diablo II, but many items still have sockets you can add gems to for bonuses. There are a ton quests to do outside of the main game too which adds for extra hours of gameplay.
One big difference from the old Diablo is that there isn't any trading online, which is probably the only con that I would say about the game.
Overall extremely happy with this game and remains one of my favorites of all time. $30 is a steal. Thank you Blizzard for doing such a great job and not disappointing.
It has been 7+ years since I tried the free trial edition of Diablo 3 (after finishing D1 and D2). It was more ARPG goodness but I was burned out and never bought the full game for PC.
When I got my first X-Box One console, I was looking for a selection of casual, fun games and ran across this dusty, moldy hidden treasure for a very affordable price.
After I installed the game, I took it out for a test drive, fully intending on back burner-ing a game I knew and moving on to some of the other games I've never played. Fast forward three or four hours and I was still "trying out" D3!
This game has quickly moved to near the top of my game list and I've been having a ball replaying the portions I played during the trial 7+ years ago and seeing everything I missed. It's not top of the line, jaw dropping graphics or cutting edge gaming concepts, it's just an extremely well made, extremely addictive Action RPG, which is to be expected since it's a Blizzard game (Starcraft, World of Warcraft for the PC).