Diablo III, the action role-playing game that launched a thousand clones remains the most viscerally entertaining way to click your mouse several hundred thousand times.
Gameplay is amazing.
Rafting your own gear great.
Playing with friends is excellent.
Massive nostalgia value.
Powerful abilities and tight controls make combat enjoyable.
Flexible, customizable character classes.
Endless, alluring loot.
Harder difficulty levels change up the game significantly.
Fun combat system.
Lots of replay value.
Legendary items are sometimes worse than rare items.
Online connection requirement can cause some serious frustrations.
Weapon system flies in the face of traditional RPG logic.
Any disconnection from server ends the game.
By TechSpot on May 22, 2012
Plagued with disconnects and shot through with lag, the May 15 launch of Diablo III had players and press alike railing against the always-online nature of the latest entry in the genre-defining action role-playing series. While not entirely...-
By TechSpot on May 18, 2012
Graphics Card & CPU Performance Review: As expected, Diablo III isn't especially demanding, even at maximum quality. Blizzard generally offers hardware-friendly titles that can be enjoyed by anyone with a halfway competent gaming rig.-
By VR-Zone on June 15, 2012
Back in the year 2000, players destroyed the soulstones of Mephisto and Diablo and later defeated Baal in the Worldstone Chamber; Mephisto (Lord of Hatred), Diablo (Lord of Terror) and Baal (Lord of Destruction ) are three of the Prime Evils in the...85
By TechSmart.co.za on June 05, 2012
Diablo III is what every action role-playing game aspires to be, and from start to finish it has not disappointed. A few bugs remain in the game, and some players have reported connection issues, but these will hopefully be patched quickly by...-
By Sydney Morning Herald on June 02, 2012
Read later The epic fantasy genre has matured in the last decade, thanks to writers like mastermind George R.R. Martin who are less interested in the eternal conflict between good and evil than in the gray areas in between. Video games have...80
By GamePlanet on May 31, 2012
Looking at Blizzard's latest, it's easy to conclude that three decades of action RPG evolution leads to the confirmation of a well-known maxim: less is...-
By 1UP on May 31, 2012
I wouldn't have been able to write an unbiased review of Diablo III immediately after launch; I was too wrapped up in the hype and fanboyism of it all. I've spent more time with Diablo II than almost any other game ever made, and my anticipation...88
By Blogcritics on May 30, 2012
There’s a subtle yet distinct difference between playing a game like Diablo III and playing it with zeal. Many players participate until the game is finished and then move on to another game. Other players go all out. They ensconce themselves in...80
By Gaming Nexus on May 29, 2012
This, this was a tough one. A lot has been said about the launch of Diablo 3, some bad, some good. A lot of discussion about error number this and error number that, lack of proper offline play, and a busted auction house. While these are perfectly...92
By Realm of Gaming on May 29, 2012
PCAfter a twelve-year gap, Diablo is back and with it comes many new improvements that will cater to long-standing fans, and pique the interest of newcomers to the series. Straight out of the gate, Diablo III drops you right into the story, moments...80