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Diablo III (PC/Mac)

  • Web Code: 10152048
  • Release Date: 05/15/2012
4.3
(87 ratings)
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Overview

Two decades have passed since the demonic lords, Diablo, Mephisto, and Baal, set out across the world of Sanctuary on a vicious rampage, twisting humanity to their unholy will. Yet for those who battled the Prime Evils, the memory fades slowly.

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When Deckard Cain returns to the ruins of Tristram Cathedral seeking clues to defeat new stirrings of evil, a fiery harbinger of doom falls from the heavens, striking the very ground where Diablo once entered the world. This fire from the sky reawakens ancient evils and calls the heroes of Sanctuary to defend the mortal world against the rising powers of the Burning Hells once again.
  • CPU
    Intel Pentium D 2.8 GHz; Intel Core 2 Duo ; AMD AthlonTM 64 X2 4400+
  • Memory (RAM)
    1 GB
  • Graphics
    NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GT; NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT; ATI Radeon X1950 Pro; ATI Radeon HD 2600
  • Disk Space
    12 GB

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Customer Reviews

4.3 / 5
Based on 87 ratings,10 Reviews
Ratings & Reviews
Rating Attributes
Fun
4.3
Graphics
4.5
Sound
4.4
Multiplayer
4.2
Replay Value
4.2

Positive vs. Critical Reviews

Positive 80%

4 Reviews

Critical 19%

6 Reviews

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  • from Springdale, NL
  • Jun 24, 2014
4.0

Diablo III

Another great game from Blizzard, a lot like the second game with some changes of course. The product shipped within the estimated time and was in perfect shape. No cons to really speak of, i will look to Best Buy to purchase products first from now on.

  • from Burnaby, BC
  • Oct 24, 2012
1.0

Costs more than the purchase price.

The game itself is all based around the more popular free to play system, where the game funds itself based on Microtransaction. Yet in D3, these Microtransactions are not micro at all, in fact you could end up spending hundreds of dollars on a single item because of the way the game is designed. Blizzard really messed this up.

  • from Burnaby, BC
  • Oct 08, 2012
1.0

Not really Diablo

As someone who played Diablo 1 for years, then Diablo 2 for over a decade, its a shame that Blizzard Entertainment allowed this to be released in the state it did. The whole game has been designed around the Real Money Auction House. That means the drop rate of items is VERY low, and with good reason, it forces you to use the real money auction house if you want to upgrade your character to become superior. Blizzard has been under fire for this since the game launched, as people noticed instantly the drops were worth generally nothing, then after finishing the Normal/Nightmare/Hell difficulties, Inferno is when Diablo 3 actually started, however being killed by elites in single hits unless you have outstanding equipment is VERY anoying, as such MANY people have quit playing, the number of public games has dropped from 9000+ during any given moment to only a few hundred at a time, people have learned that there is no point in playing multiplayer, as it does not help anything. In fact, Diablo 3 is very diffirent than Diablo 2 in that aspect, as more people join your game your "Magic Find" actually goes down, as you all share "MF" and get a average instead of combined. This means if you had 400MF, and 3 more people join your game, who all had 0, you would get 100MF as would each of the people who joined. The Gold Auction house has been nearly abandoned, listing have from from the millions to only tens of thousands, as everyone and their grandmothers use the Real Money Auction House "RMAH". Blizzard also got ALOT of people upset as they now have a disclaimer on the RMAH, stating that even if you buy something, it could be nerfed into the ground and made worthless, so think first before spending alot of money on items off there. Increased Attack Speed was nerfed not long ago, which made people who spend hundreds of dollars on gear get nothing, then all the legendary items got changed in the most recent patch, making all the former ones virtually worthless, meaning everyone who purchased them off the "RMAH" was shafted yet again. Blizzard has been asked directly time and time again why they keep forcing players to "regear" when the nerfs happen, there has not been a single responce, except for the player base, which sums it up perfectly, to force you to use the "RMAH", as Blizzard makes money from every single sale.

  • from Vancouver
  • Jun 27, 2012
1.0

Not for Casual Players

If you're a casual player looking to play around 1-2 hrs a day, or possibly at most 5 hours a week, then this game isn't for you. It is riddled with botters who deflate the value of gold, making the average player HAVE to use the RMAH (Real Money Auction House) to progress in the game. Another underlying problem is the design team working on this game, every new patch introduces problems for the casual player, making the game more and more unbearable to play. I would NOT recommend this game to anyone unless you're willing to drop another $50 dollars to afford a decent weapon.

  • from Chilliwack
  • Jun 13, 2012
1.0

Sorry I bought it

I have always looked forward to every Blizzard release. Not any more! This game is down because of the game servers so much it is not playable. I work on call and most weekends. I get to play on a very limited schedule and so far i have not been able to play for 12 hrs out of the last 26 because the servers have been down. Not my idea of fun game

  • from Milton
  • May 21, 2012
5.0

Good

A+++, fun game to play and amazing co-op

  • from Edmonton
  • May 20, 2012
5.0

Great game

I love the old style with the kick of new and how random items are .

  • from Toronto
  • May 18, 2012
2.0

Does not live up to its legacy

Having played the first two Diablo games, Diablo 3 is a sad successor to the franchise. Game plays just like it did in the first two series (3rd person hack and slash), which was great concept 10+ years ago, but seems like a retro style of play in this modern age of gaming. Skill progression is linear with little decision making options and adds little value to the overall game play. The addition of followers is a nice feature and adds some balance to the game play (i.e a fighter follower with a ranged player) The game does have nice 3D graphics, it’s a nice feature but people don’t buy games to see the nice in virtual forest and bunny rabbits. Yippeee Overall, if this game came out a few years after Diablo 2, it would be mildly disappointing. Releasing this game 10 years after Diablo 2 with all the advances in gaming technology, this game is just not worth being burned on a DVD. If I knew about the demo before I bought the full game, I would have saved the money and buy another game.

  • from Windsor, ON
  • May 17, 2012
5.0

Awesome Game!

Love the game! It's awesome! I don't care about all the haters and whiners saying the graphics are too cartoony and this and that. It's a great experience, can't wait to finish it!

  • from Bowmanville
  • May 15, 2012
1.0

Save your money

After fighting all morning to get it installed with no less than three major errors. Then couldn't log in because the servers were busy Once logged on I initially couldn't create a character. Once I was able to create a character and began to play the game I thought to myself seriously, all the hype, the errors and then the game play reminiscent of the late 1990's such as Diablo 1 or 2, The graphics engine is similar to Never Winters Night. If you expecting gameplay like World of Warcraft, Rift, Star wars this isn't your game. Also beware that the auction house in the game requires a paypal account or visa because it uses real money. Save your money and buy another game.