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Diablo 3 - Standard Edition

Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7, Mac OS X Intel
Rated: Mature

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  • Platform:   Windows Vista / XP / 7, Mac OS X Intel
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Computer Game
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  • ASIN: B00178630A
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 3.7 x 19 cm
  • Release Date: May 15 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,839 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

Product Description

This world was saved twenty years prior by a handful of unnamed heroes in Diablo II. Warriors that survived the onslaught of the armies of the Burning Hells have gone mad from their ordeals and it is up to a new generation of heroes to face the forces of evil threatening the world of Sanctuary. Players will have the opportunity to explore familiar settings such as Tristram.

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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I use to play Diablo 2. Loved that game until it got hacked so bad that it was no longer fair game for non-hackers. I did not buy Diablo 3 until 12 months after it was released. I've seen a lot changes happen in Diablo 3 and what I can tell you is that Blizzard is constantly looking at ways to improve the user experience while maintaining the integrity of the game. As of March 18th the Auction house is gone, the drop rates have improved. So the game now plays the way it was intended. Play the game kill monsters and find search for the legendaries that make your character stand out above the rest. It can be addictive, however, it is a lot of fun and I do not regret getting this game. :)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By RookieRecurve on Oct. 16 2013
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I love this game. It has so many elements that made me fall in love with the first two games. I really wanted to buy this on PC as soon as it came out, but the need to have to be connected to the net to play put me off. This X-Box version was the answer! Gameplay is great, as is the storyline. Being able to play multi-player on one console is a huge seller for me too. Highly recommended.
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29 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Disappointed on June 26 2012
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I bought Diablo 3 opening night. Glossing over the fact that Blizzard was entirely unprepared to handle the server strain from everyone attempting to login simultaneously, I had fun with the game at first. And then that romantic twelve-year-wait fuzzy feeling subsided and I saw the game for what it really was.

Diablo 3 is Blizzard's master plan to make as much money as possible. And it is brilliant. The entire game revolves around the Real Money Auction House. In fact, it feels as if the game itself is just a side-bar to the auction house. Here's the kicker: for each item transaction, Blizzard takes a 15% cut. To put this into perspective, there are items listed for $250 on the auction house. When one of these babies sells, Blizzard takes $37.50. Item drop rates are horrendous, forcing players that want to continue in the end-game to use the auction house or spend hours upon hours farming in the hopes of lucking out with the random number generator. In the last patch, Blizzard completely nerfed an item attribute. The problem with this was the real money auction house had already been out for a few weeks, and people had bought items specifically for this stat. This is the equivalent of buying a sound system in a store only to have the company knock on your door a few days later and take away one of your speakers. People are beginning to realize the sheer capacity for Blizzard to make millions of dollars from the auction house.

The only problem is they forgot to make a game that was worth playing. In order for people to use the real money auction house, there must be an excellent game along with it in which players want to use the items they buy. This is where Blizzard went horribly wrong.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jason on Sept. 8 2013
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BUYERS TAKE HEED: The reviews here are for the pc version. Look around on the internet and you will find many positive reviews for the console version which is a huge improvement over pc.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By PeZat on Sept. 25 2013
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First let me start off by saying that I have both the PC and PS3 versions.
And I can tell you that the console version is so much better than its PC counterpart.

Here are a couple of reasons why:

- No "always online" requirement.
- No "auction houses" (Thank God)
- Online play, of course, but also up to 4 player local cooperative play. (Which is awesome!)
- Controls! Blizzard did a great job of converting the mouse and keyboard to controller.
- Much better loot system, less junk and drops are a bit more tailored to the class you're playing.

Overall Diablo III is a great gaming experience. It has a compelling story, great gameplay and a lot of replay value.
So if you skipped the PC version because of all the bad press, well I think taking another look at the console version is definitely worth it.

Cheers!
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By Pascal on July 2 2014
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Nice!
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By jake on June 30 2014
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arrived like i wanted it too. was maybe a day late but who cares. like everyone else has said too, console version > pc only because of the controllers and 4 player local co-op. hell you can even transfer characters from system to system and they have said this will work with next gen diablo.
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By Ryan Memarzadeh on June 23 2014
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Was not a fan of this game on PC; largely under featured compared to its predecessor, which made it a big disappointment (to be fair, got it on sale for $20, so I can't complain too loudly; definitely worth $20). However, this game translates really well to couch co-op. I couldn't believe it, but my wife really enjoyed the demo, and we've gotten pretty far into the game on our second playthrough!

Not sure if it becoming a casual xbox game is what I would've wanted from the series, but hey, again, it's a GREAT game to sit in front of the TV with. Definitely rare to find good couch co-op games nowadays, so if you're looking for a game you can play with some friends or the other half that has some sort of consistency (levelling up, grinding up new gear, etc), D3 is definitely a pretty great game. I bought it for $40, so I thought that was fair, though to be honest I wouldn't pay the $60 it normally goes for.

Fans of the series, just take it at face value and enjoy it for what it is. As long as you leave D2 in your nostalgia vault, you'll be able to appreciate the fun there is to be had here.
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