From the get go, the general feeling is that Diablo was always planned to be a console game but never got the chance it deserved. Diablo 3 feels polished, smooth and in many ways makes you forget that you ever needed a mouse to play it. Battle commands such as attacks and spells are spread evenly through the face buttons and triggers, while the d-pad is used for minor options such as scrolling through loot without bringing up the pause menu or visualising a map of the surroundings, as well as teleporting back to base. The execution of the commands, being battle or function related, is instantaneous, which makes it far more satisfactory. Diablo 3 also features little details which enhance the experience of the player.