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Diablo III - Reaper of Souls (Mac/PC DVD)

by Blizzard
Windows 8 / 7
 Ages 16 and Over
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (120 customer reviews)
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Windows 8 / 7
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • Release Date: 25 Mar. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (120 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 822 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

"Death, at last, shall spread its wings over all . . ."

The defeat of Diablo, Lord of Terror, should have given rise to an age of hope. Instead, it has drawn out a shadowy being of immense power, whose malevolent purpose is yet to be revealed. Diablo III: Reaper of Souls, the upcoming expansion to Diablo III, opens a dark and terrifying new chapter in the ongoing conflict over the mortal realm of Sanctuary.

Malthael, the fallen Archangel of Wisdom, vanished after the events depicted at the end of Diablo II: Lord of Destruction. In Reaper of Souls, he returns as the Angel of Death and seizes the Black Soulstone, which contains the essence of the Prime Evil. It now falls to the players to track down Malthael and stop him before he unleashes irreversible havoc on the world.

Fortunately, a new hero is ready to join the cause and bring Malthael to justice—the Crusader. Driven by a centuries-long quest to cleanse the corruption blighting their beloved Zakarum faith, Crusaders are warriors of righteousness who have been hardened through relentless, brutal combat with the foul evils plaguing eastern Sanctuary. In addition to wearing immensely heavy armor and wielding a wide range of cruel and punishing weapons, this new playable class in Reaper of Souls uses battle magic to strengthen allies and weaken foes. A natural walking tank, the Crusader adds power and versatility to any party of adventurers.

In addition to taking the story of Diablo III from the legendary city of Westmarch to the unhallowed halls of the Pandemonium Fortress in Act V and introducing the incorruptible Crusader class, Diablo III: Reaper of Souls increases the game's level cap to 70. Players continuing on with their existing Barbarian, Witch Doctor, Demon Hunter, Wizard, and Monk characters will benefit from an array of fearsome new spells and abilities as they advance in level.

The expansion also accentuates the key features of the Diablo franchise, with a greater emphasis on randomised environments to explore; epic new quests; horrific new monsters to defeat; and substantial updates to the loot experience, enabling players to further customize their characters with new and improved multilevel Legendary items, new Blacksmith and Jeweler item-crafting options, and more.

Diablo III's Paragon progression system is also being majorly upgraded for the expansion, adding even more end-game character advancement and replayability. Two new game modes—Loot Runs and Nephalem Trials— are being added as well, providing fun and rewarding challenges for players to tackle when they're not busy saving the world.

Game Features

  • Charge forth as the Crusader - Impenetrable armor, gleaming weapons, and heavy, heavy damage–wield the power of the Crusader, unbreakable new hero of the mortal realms.
  • Take Act V by storm - From the sprawling streets of Westmarch to the ancient walls of the Pandemonium Fortress, battle with a host of deadly new enemies throughout the all-new Act V of the Diablo III storyline.
  • Rise to new heights of power - Advance your hero of choice through additional levels of supremacy, mastering bold new powers of raw, demon-slaying potential along the way.
  • Conquer new gameplay modes - The new Adventure Mode opens up all of Sanctuary - you can travel to any waypoint in any Act. It also introduces Bounties and Nephalem Rifts, two new game features with boundless replay value.
  • Discover powerful new treasures - A redesigned loot system improves your Diablo III experience with targeted "smart drops", new and improved Legendary items, and the item-augmenting powers of the Mystic.

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43 of 53 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Expansion Review! 25 Mar. 2014
Even without this expansion the standard Diablo III game has taken on a dramatic improvement with recent updates and pretty large updates at that. The latest Update came in at over 6GB and has dramatically shifted the game in preparation of this incoming expansion. The whole auction house system has now been removed in which you could buy and sell weapons, armour and other items including magical rings. To sell items you have to do it with the merchants you find in the game, pretty much making every item worthless compared to what you use to be able to get for them on the Auction House. Don’t see this as a bad thing as gold pickups are far more generous and the items you find are of a better quality, they are also tailored to an extent to fit your character. Meaning if you are a Witch Doctor for example you may find more Witch Doctor specific weapons when exploring rather than generic items.

This naturally makes crafting your own weapons and armour even more important and increases the importance of exploration. In essence it makes you want to play the game more and more in order to get the money and items in order to craft what you want but at the same time like I said earlier pickups in terms of items and money are more generous than ever even though they are less frequent. The map has also been altered so now you can see a close up of the area you are (as you always could do) but also a larger scale map of the whole act.

Finally onto the expansion, which I received yesterday. Besides the same characters you get in the standard Diablo III game (and you can carry those character forward into the expansion) you now get another character class. The Crusader! Essentially a human warrior much like the paladin from Diablo II but with much better skills and weapons.
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Blizzard, in my opinion, has corrected everything that was wrong with Diablo III in this wonderful expansion. With the addition of the Adventure mode, bounties, rifts and seasons, the game has become much more versatile and enjoyable.
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17 of 24 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great fun adds new life one for the hardcore fans 25 Mar. 2014
I love it adds what we all wanted a mode to stop us grinding the story to gain levels.

Rifts are fun as hell all random, along with challenges in adventure mode. Bit pricey but least they spend time on it and dont throw stupid Skin DLC at you with Rehashed maps like Call Of Duty.

Best thing if you are unsure watch a few youtube videos and maybe go rounds a friends house to try it but if you have more than one lvl 60 character and your still playing buy this.

I'm not the best at reviews but I love this game and the expansion except the steep price.
To the people who moan on this Expansion

---Ignore this if you are not a hater :)---
Go complain on games that deserve hate reviews, Aka BF4 and CoD. Games that stay in the same gen and rehash every year or 2 deserve it. But truly I like Diablo 3 and the new expansion like million of others.
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This is a really good game. The best part was finding out that when I completed the game, there was a new adventure mode which I could then play as well.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By NeuroSplicer TOP 500 REVIEWER
If paying for a small DLC (which adds a single character, 2 hours of gameplay and randomized dungeons - unrelated to the story), the same amount the money you would for a complete full-priced game makes sense to you, kindly stop here. This review is not for you. In any other case, please read on.

Charging 66% of the original game's price for only 20% of extra content is disgustingly greedy. This is not an expansion in any sense of the word. It is an overpriced DLC - and a small one at that.
Are we paying for BLIZZARD to fix their game(!) or do we need to pay as much as a premium game to get randomized dungeons in a game that was way too short to begin with?
And, they are not fooling anyone, the Crusader is basically the Paladin (the most popular hero choice in D2) that was withheld and replaced with the Witch Doctor only to be the selling point of the first DLC. Does this mean we can expect the next £30 expansion to include an Assassin and then yet another £30 will give us the Druid? With these people at the helm of BLIZZARD there seems to be no low they will not stoop to.

Let me make this as clear as possible: the problem was NOT the Auction House. Some people liked it, others ignored it, me, I found it a brilliant idea. In fact, I have had more fun in the Auction House than in the game itself.
The problem was the drop rates of Legendaries. The entire game was designed in such a way as to ensure that it was unbeatable unless you payed real money to buy virtual gold from BLIZZARD's Gold sellers (remember all those PVPbank "friend requests"? guess what!).
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as the previous game. 4 Aug. 2014
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The game is amazing. Unfortunately It is easy most if the time and even on the highest difficulty most of the monsters stand no chance.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Diablo 3 - Reaper of Souls 9 Nov. 2014
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I bought Diablo III and therefore also acquired this the expansion to the game and i quite enjoyed playing the expansion level
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