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Submitted by Gamingcapacity 480d ago | review

Diablo 3 (Console) review – The Devil is in the details | Gaming Capacity

GC writes - The Diablo series has been called one of the greatest RPG franchises in the PC gaming world. Diablo I focused heavily on your character’s development and tweaking to make the ultimate warrior, and Diablo II did that on an even greater scale. Diablo III moved away from that aspect a bit, which unfortunately lessens the full experience, but not overly so. (Diablo III, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

pandehz  +   480d ago
Nope the devil is in Act 4.
zippycup  +   480d ago
diablo 3 on ps3 is a great game and addition to the franchise but to me diablo 2 is the best of the series it toke everything great about diablo 1 and expanded on it
barb_wire  +   480d ago
It is a good game, especially for a console. But 'Diablo 2' is still the best.

I just finished normal mode last night, unsure whether I want to try the other modes.. have to admit though, by Act IV I was starting to get bored and waiting for it too end.

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