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- This Ultimate Evil Edition contains both Diablo III and the Reaper of Souls expansion set, together in one definitive volume.
- Play solo or form a party of up to four other heroes.
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Face Ultimate Evil
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.
CONTAINS DIABLO III AND DIABLO III REAPER OF SOULS EXPANSION SET.
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Co-Op: Being able to play with someone on the same screen is a very underrated feature of this game. I can have a friend join in my game, create a new character, and they will quickly be up to speed with me. You don't have to worry about sharing a screen as you both stay on the same screen of vision in the game.
Online Multiplayer: Online multiplayer is just as great as co-op, but better. Any items dropped by a monster are yours, every person will see their own drop only, but if you then drop items from your inventory then anyone can pick it up. You can explore different areas, splitting up and going different routes or doing different bounties, etc... But working together makes the game a lot more fun, and there's many skills or item abilities that pair well together.
Campaign: The campaign is fairly decent. Shorter than the previous two Diablo games, but with the unlimited multiplayer experience, it isn't even noticed as you are essentially replaying many parts of the campaign over and over.
Gameplay: Each character has it's own niche play style, and you will likely favor one or two over the others. I always liked the Monk for his speed and self-healing, able to generally just rush through hordes of enemies, but still have a few good tricks against big bosses. I also have loved the Wizard, being able to do high damage in so many ways, as well as burn, electrocute, freeze, and stun enemies. She has been very fun to play with, though definitely hard to start out with by yourself. The controls are intuitive and customizable for skills, and the game is typically very fluid.
Value: This game has a very high value for what you pay, especially now that it's only $20. People are still playing Diablo 1 and 2 (which are still supported by the developer as well) and they were made in 1998 and 2001. This game can be played on or offline, with friends on the same couch or across the world, and with new content and variety of characters it's always fun.
Overall, I have always loved Blizzard and the Diablo series. I hope they continue making great games like this for another 20 years.
The biggest thing I've noticed between the 360 and One version is load times. The load times on the Xbox One version are much better, which makes the game that much more enjoyable.
Fast forward to today and we're faced with a market laden with utter repetitious crap like Destiny, Call of Duty: Modern Future Warfare 3.2 Exclusive Super Steel Hardened Edition and the like. Rather than using technology and the internet to congeal our gaming experiences into a wonderful, shared experience as a community of like-minded individuals...we have now used it to segregate and separate ourselves from one another, focusing instead on our ability to usher killstreak rewards and talk badly about another person's mom.
The long lost days of multiplayer being a vibrant, social experience seemed to give way to alpha dog millennial teabaggers of the present. What we failed to realize, however, was that Blizzard would take on the monumental task of recalling our long-lost childhoods. Not only does Diablo III on consoles play on par (if not better) than its PC counterpart; it also bring back the days of friends coming over to play with you AT YOUR HOME. Finally, you can now use that monster 65" HDTV and your six-person sectional in your very own apartment as a mature, responsible adult to bask in the glories of your high school LAN parties on your 1st gen XBOX hooked up to old school CRT televisions playing Halo 2 with 16 friends in your parents' basement.
Reclaim your past today with Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition on past or current-gen consoles. This is a MUST OWN for anyone who considers themselves a true gamer. If all you do is play COD or Destiny, don't waste your time....the thought that went into this game and its old-school RPG elements may cause you too much undue stress and confusion.
10/10 - Absolutely the most fun I have had on a console since Borderlands. I will be playing this until Diablo IV comes out (how long do we have to wait, Blizzard?)
This game is a must for fans of the action RPG genre, who love exploration, collection, loot hording, and blasting through entire armies of demons and walking nightmares, either alone or with friends. This is a classic, and a must get for RPG and action RPG fans and want to experience Diablo 3 in the console environment.