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Diablo III (PS3)
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- Direct character control
- 4 player local co-op
- Offline play
- New user interface
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- Platform: PlayStation 3
- PEGI Rating: 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.
- Media: Video Game
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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--PlayStation 3! 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 PS3 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 PlayStation Network.
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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The game got into the action fast and the graphics were great. The controls were easy to follow and the skills really enhanced the gameplay. The variety of weapons, armour and accessories available really made tailoring your hero fun.
Barbarian does exactly what you expect a barbarian to and jumps into every fight smashing anything and everything in its path.
Monk whilst starting slow soon grows into a powerful fighter, although maybe if never as strong as the barbarian.
Wizard is a great magic user and has a good assortment of offensive and defensive spells making him a good team player, it not a great solo character.
Demon Hunter is just another name for your old fashioned ranger, but his ability to hold 2 crossbows and some great skills make him a good addition to any party or play alone.
Witch Doctor is Blizzards idea of a sense of humour, and it's great. You walk around like the hunchback of Notre Damme, summon some crazy ass monsters and launch some awesome poison cloud spells that just melt opponents like they weren't there. With it's summons, the witch doctor can be played solo or awesome as a support character.
My conclusion is this game doesn't need any thinking, any concentration or commitment, you simply turn it on, and kick the hell outta anything that moves. Defo recommend this to anyone who is remotely interested in RPGs' and if you liked Diablo of old, this is a true upgrade and well worth the time and money.
It is certainly not a disappointment to those who were fans of the previous games - it looks very good on the PS3 - very nice cut-scenes that are based around a look of being taken from ancient books in a sort of gothic/literary style. The character creation gives you a lot of options, with choices of male/female and the addition of a "Withdoctor" class that is very well realised and there were too many options really - I can see I will have to re-play the game as different classes and this is one of the big features of Diablo - the re-play value.
This Diablo version stays true to the original concept and has elements of a full RPG - with lots of customisations and skills. plus the idea of picking up items and developing your powers. However, it has its own take on an RPG, with its overhead, 3/4 view and a constant hack and slash through dungeons of enemies - there is some puzzle solving - but it is more of an action game than most true RPGs.
It keeps your interest though, by being fast-moving and leaving out some of the tedious elements of RPGs. I liked the constant auto-save at checkpoints and the extensive use of teleport points, so you almost never need to re-trace your steps. It does have more elements of story and quests than most action games - so keeps up the feel of and RPG throughout and there does seem to be purpose and progression.
However, Diablo's big selling point is that it is fun to play and easy to get started.Read more ›
This is Diablo 3 for the consoles . I'm playing it on PS3 as unlike Xbox 360, you don't need to pay the yearly online account fee ( Xbox Live) to play this game online on PS3. However, other than that the games seem almost identical in content on both consoles.
There is no Auction House in the console version, which also means there is no "always online" requirement as per the PC version, which , oddly, gives the game a far more "free" feel.
The fact you can play and develop your character offline, then take the same character online with upto 3 other players without issue is a massive positive of the console versions over the PC version.
You can trade feely with other players online, and so far my online experience has been solid and stable, and at time of writing I have spent a good few hours getting my Mage upto level 34 and have just started my foray into the "Nightmare difficulty level".
Control of your character is also "Direct" now, meaning any movement on the control pad is directly translated to screen, whereas on the PC version, you clicked to your destination and the character ran there. A small, but good upgrade over the PC version.
There appears to be a new set of difficulty levels in the console version now.
Medium/Nightmare/hardcore etc , are all from the PC version, but each of those has a "sub difficulty" level now, ranging from Easy, medium, hard etc to Master level 2,giving a total of 6 "sub difficulties" meaning theres been some serious fine tuning of the game difficulty. It should be noted that D3 on the consoles is no push over, and it is still engagingly challenging.Read more ›
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Compared to Diablo 2 , it's now more Arcade Action than a PC game, meaning, you never have to play Diablo 1 or 2 to get into this, other than D1 and D2 are more rustic and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer