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Diablo III (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
4.6 out of 5 stars 145 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • Item Weight: 118 g
  • Release Date: 3 Sept. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,365 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:Xbox 360

Blizzard Entertainment’s epic action-RPG Diablo III is moving the eternal war between the High Heavens and the Burning Hells to a new battleground--Xbox 360! Armed with a controller and a custom-designed interface tailored for consoles, players will step into the role of one of five powerful character classes—barbarian, witch doctor, wizard, monk, or demon hunter--and embark on a dark journey to save the world of Sanctuary from ancient demonic forces. As these heroes adventure from the humble town of New Tristram all the way to the Diamond Gates of the High Heavens, they’ll engage in pulse-pounding combat with hordes of monsters and challenging bosses, grow in experience and ability, and acquire items of incredible power.

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    • Five powerful character classes to choose from: barbarian, witch doctor, wizard, monk, and demon hunter.
    • Direct character control and console-focused changes to character abilities and combat mechanics thrust Xbox 360 gamers into the action.
    • Four-player online co-op and four-player local co-op for seamless cooperative play.
    • Four different difficulty modes--Normal, Nightmare, Hell, and Inferno--that progressively increase the challenge and reward players with more powerful armor, weapons, and abilities.
    • Hardcore mode for players who seek the thrill of constant peril that comes with the possibility of permanent death for their character.
    • Completely reimagined interface and new dynamic camera designed specifically for console play.
    • Interactive environments with dangerous traps and obstacles, and destructible elements.
    • Randomized settings, events, and loot deliver endless, dynamic gameplay.
    • A wide variety of fiendish monsters, with unique attack patterns and behaviors redesigned for console.
    • Features like the Paragon system, Monster Power, Infernal Machine and Brawling add substantial replayability.
    • Connect with friends, send game invitations, and access voice chat through the Xbox Live.

    More About Diablo III

      Blizzard Entertainment originally released Diablo III for Windows and Macintosh PC on May 15, 2012. Within 24 hours it had become the fastest-selling PC game of all time, and as of December 31, 2012, Diablo III had sold through more than 12 million copies worldwide.

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I have played the Diablo games from the start. I had the first Diablo on both PC and Playstation, Diablo 2 on the PC. Fantastic games and I even met my husband playing Diablo over Battlenet, when the clan Heavens Angels and Dojo were about. (I still have both these games installed and still play them) But enough about that.

I have read the 1 star and 2 star reviews written by people who have not even played the console version of Diablo 3. PC fanboys for you. But I do feel the need, as someone who is playing the console version, to write a review as those who played Diablo 3 on the PC did have reason to not like it. I hope for them that Blizzard will sort it out but I do ask not to judge the console version because of the bad experience of the PC.

The console version does not have the auction house. To balance this the loot drops are better then the pc version and the game can be played offline. You can set your online experience to have friends drop in or to have anyone drop in and play with you. You can also invite others. Sadly there is no text chat function so communication has to be done via headset.

Graphics: They are not the best pristine graphics of the likes of Gears or War, Battlefield etc but they are nice, pretty and fit the game context nicely. Think of games like Torchlight and Sacred 2. Personally, graphics mean nothing to me with a game but I thought I would mention them for those of you where they do matter.

Gameplay: If you do not like dungeon crawlers or games that are equally about the looting as well as the story then you will not like this. Some will find it repetitive but again a lot games are like that if you are not looking to play properly. COD for example can be repetitive if all you are going to do is camp in every game.
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I fondly recall playing Diablo and Diablo II upon their release many years ago, and so was eagerly awaiting this latest instalment in the series. I'm glad to say that the game succeeds due to its faithful adherence to the style of the series - sadly the game fails for the exact same reasons...

Diablo III has a distinctive feel of yesteryear. Its pretty and smooth and massive in scale with a huge range of enemies, abilities, weapons and armour, but its essentially similar to the other games in the series and pretty much every other hack n slash game out there.

There is a decent number of character types to choose from (Barbarian, Demon hunter, Wizard, Monk and witch Doctor), and you get to choose the gender of your character.

As is a stapel of the genre, each character has numerous slots where they can equip weapons and armour (headwear, shoulders, gloves, chest, legs, boots, wrists, necklace, rings, off hand weapon and main hand weapon) and equipment is graded using a colour-coded system very similar to that seen in Borderlands where the colour of the item dictates its power. Items may come with buffs such as additional damage, special damage type, attribute increase etc.

The amount of equipment availible is impressive with literally dozens of weapon and armour items and almost infinate variations on each item type depending upon which boosts they provide. The stype of weapons and equipment availible to each character are restricted by their class - the Demon Hunter for example cannot equip melee weapons.

Each character also has numerous abilities or powers availible to them which can be allocated to the various buttons on the control pad.
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Being a huge fan of video games, I have played games on PC, Wii, Xbox etc... So I was a little concerned when I read a review stating that the PC version was better, as well as people stating that the game was boring I was worried, as I was really excited to be playing a game from one of my favorite developers (Blizzard), finally on a console, which meant that I could play with many of my friends that do not have a decent gaming PC. I would also like to state I have never played a Diablo game before so I cannot argue for or against the comments that this is/isn't different from the previous installments.

I am happy that despite my concerns the game is fun. Its very fun actually. It for some reason brings back memories of my playing Runescape from a very young age, the collection of loot and the feeling that you're progressively improving gives me a sense of satisfaction that you don't get from everyday shooters. Diablo 3 does this very well, giving you random drops, as well as unlocking new abilities with leveling, something I have struggled to find implemented so well in a game since Skyrim. It also offers the chance to play with friends either over xbox live or on the same console. So this has solved a huge issue of finding a fun coop game (that hasn't already been completed). It shares similarities to Warcraft in terms of choosing you character type and being able to set him to what you would prefer as you progress through the game. The overall target for me personally was being a great character. Which is fun.

However this game does have that flaw (like so many of this type of game can do) where you go into a large area to do a quest and have to wipe out the same set of enemies over and over.
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