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Submitted by infestedandy 481d ago | opinion piece

Your Opinion Is Wrong: Diablo III

Leviathyn says: "Since the days of the original Diablo, I’ve always been somewhat invested in the cooperative hack-and-slash RPG dungeon crawler genre. Filled to the brim with all manner of meaty loot, ludicrous quests, hellish monsters and over the top abilities, it’s a tough genre not to like. Unfortunately, Diablo III’s rough road contributed to a less than desirable reputation within the community and now with a newer, better version out on consoles, the popular series is even more polarizing. Wait, the console version is better than the PC one? You better believe it." (Diablo III, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Chrischi1988  +   480d ago
I thought so too at the beginning, that the console version might be better, but after the duping debkle it fell to the worst Diablo Version of all time. It doesnt have the essence, which made Diablo to Diablo. You can slay demons, but for a real Diablo gamer, thats just part of the game. Finding good items is good, but trading them is the most important, but only if the item you got, is the only one like that, but since you can simply dupe everything, why should anyone even care?

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