Diablo Three 3 Vs D2, Which one is the Best for you? review

We have all heard the terrible stories about Diablo's kick off day. Truth be told, the terrible stories are accurate. Servers were down for the most of the day. Installation problems were out of control, and once installed, graphical and system errors, came into play. Yeah, the developer had it rough.

I was a fan of the D2 and if you liked that installment in the series you will probably like Diablo 3 as well. The gameplay is much similar although some modifications have been done to the skills/abilities system. A lot of players have shown their dislike of the latest skills system but I loved it. It was straightforward and kept the attention of the game on the hack/slash. On normal, it takes few hours for a total clear. After that you can play the game once more on Nightmare, Hell and Inferno. By playing on the more tough levels you can persist to level your character to LvL sixty, catch legendary drops and crafting mats not obtainable in standard mode and open new skill. That being said there are not any new bosses or story parts so you are fundamentally grinding through the same stuff but you do get fresh attainments plus the earlier mentioned features. I felt that the game was straightforward. There just isn't much to it other than D2 with enhanced graphics. There is not much originality here, which is fine, it's somewhat faithful to it's forerunners but I'll admit that I anticipated more. The backgrounds aren't much impressive other than being able to smash a handful of trees and a few other elements.

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The voice acting isn't anything groundbreaking. The plot isn't anything new but this is not really an RPG so it's unreasonable to expect a gripping storyline. In general, for me Diablo 3 is very average and somewhat letdown after over a decade and all the hype. Of note, the cinematics are remarkable. D3 has some of the most striking cinematic that I have ever seen in a game. The demons appear so frightening and innovative and when you finally see them in the game it's somewhat disappointing since its graphics are a bit behind the times.

The lack of an off-line mode is letting down for those with a poor internet connection. Having to be constantly online and verified on Battle.net has produced some errors that you can Google for all the information. Overall, the online experience is poor in D3 and the 'online-only' cause difficulties what should be a plain gaming experience.