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We review Diablo 3 on console

We’ve actually already reviewed Diablo 3 way back in early before our nice new site redesign and before Garth abandoned us for print *spit* media. As such I’m not going to review the entire game again as the story and basic game is exactly the same; but things have changed in this console release.

I’ve been trying it out on the Xbox and when I originally received the game I honestly was a little disappointed about it as I couldn’t see any reason to play the same game on a console when it was obviously designed for the PC… how wrong I was.

The first thing you notice when you jump into the game is how intuitive the controls feel; the face buttons are your standard attack options (that you need to unlock), the right trigger is your special attack and the left stick moves your character around.


Obviously without the accuracy of a mouse the game does help you out with the targeting a bit and while this may annoy the purist Diablo fans it really made the experience a ton more fun for myself. It feels a bit like a twin-stick shooter, using one stick, but at no stage do you feel like the game is playing for you.

But what about that other stick I hear you say? Well instead of changing the basic gameplay and allowing you to run and shoot they’ve decided to assign the right stick to a new evade movement. So when you are getting completely overloaded or you are about to be hit by a ranged shot you can simply flick the right stick to evade and then counter.


Another obvious question is how does it look and I can answer that easily, it looks fantastic. The colours are crisp and clear, the characters are well detailed and there is no frame rate drop that I ever noticed.

So right now you have the nicest control scheme bundled with a great look and experience. But what does it add to the game?

Well nothing, but it does enhance the multiplayer experience. Utilising the Xbox Live (or PSN) service the matchmaking, friends lists and ability to jump in and out of people’s games is very easy indeed.


I bashed through a few levels last night with the above-named traitor and it works really really well. You can either head off on your own in their game or team up to take on boss fights. The number of enemies is increased and if we hadn’t accidently been on easy level I could imagine those hordes of various enemies would have been a serious mission to take on.

There have been certain things removed from the game such as the real world auction house which in some ways cheapens the game but it also ensures you can now play offline, something which was a huge complaint in the PC version.


And really that’s about it, the original game was given a and on one hand I’m tempted to score it higher as it is so much easier to jump into without losing the depth of Diablo but at the same time some small portions have been removed while keeping the entire story and game in tact.

In the end if they’d added in a few new challenge dungeons it could have touched that magical 10 mark but they didn’t.

This is the best Diablo 3 experience, not enough to make the average Diablo fan go out and buy the console version but if you haven’t picked up Diablo 3 yet and you are wondering if it’s worth it then let me allay those fears. It’s fantastic

Last Updated: September 5,

Diablo 3: Console
The full Diablo 3 experience has landed on the consoles and it has lost none of its fantastic shine and depth of gameplay
Diablo 3: Console was reviewed on Xbox

Diablo III

Most of us are acting on emotion while reviewing Diablo 3. We need to take in consideration that DRM is a bit like Politics. We hate it sometimes, but it's there for a reason. I play games off-line, I play single player. Sure, I spent quite a lot of time online as well, but I do not like being forced to play online. It's a matter of personal preference. So, let me put it out of the way,Most of us are acting on emotion while reviewing Diablo 3. We need to take in consideration that DRM is a bit like Politics. We hate it sometimes, but it's there for a reason. I play games off-line, I play single player. Sure, I spent quite a lot of time online as well, but I do not like being forced to play online. It's a matter of personal preference. So, let me put it out of the way, Blizzard made a huge mistake with their online-only stance, but with their pedigree, I'm sure they will iron out the problems in due time. Now, on to the review of the actual game (error 37 not included).

Diablo 3 brings something new to the table for ARPGs. A complete reworking of the RPG part in your ARPG. When your character level up, the stats are applied automatically, and you unlock new abilities or runes which change how these abilities work. And since you can only use 1 ability of each tree (varies according to your class), you have usually 6 abilities at your disposal and a huge amount of combination that can change the type of character you are. For example, the Demon Hunter can be a beast when fighting swarm of enemies with one combination or a boss killer with another combination.

Graphics and Sounds are below average in my honest opinion. The music is not memorable, the combat sound is great, the graphics well it's decent but could have been better, and the combat animation just fail horribly. Animation varies according to your ability rather than which weapon is equipped. So don't be surprised to see a wizard wield a 2h sword like a golf club when casting spell. Also, it doesn't make any sense for a lot of characters to be able to use some weapons, when they don't even have the ability or animation to use them like the Monk.

Gameplay is amazing thanks to the revamped RPG system. Dungeons are grim (Act 1 had some of the best dungeons in the game), the world is beautifully designed though a bit small compared to the likes of Sacred 2 or Titan Quest. The boss fights are amazing; Act 2's end boss is just a runner up for one of the best boss battle in an ARPG. Loot are plentiful to find, and with a little bit of help from equipment with X% of finding magical items, you bet your gold coins you will pick up some wonderful things on a regular basis.

Now the story. First, let me say this. I don't like Leah. She looks like a little girl from an japanese cartoon or anime. Are you telling me that's the best character design blizzard could come up with for the woman that grew up with Deckard "Stay a while and Listen" Cain? Also, why is she not a be more, you know, badass having to live with that old man since her childhood? Tyrael is awesome, Adria is one milf, the side kicks are fun to have around except for that sorceress who suffers from innocent-flower-syndrome, and Lyndon is just too awesome for his mustache. Overall, the story doesn't let you down provided you pay attention to all the details so that you don't end up asking silly questions like "is Diablo a lady?".

To conclude, it's a good game. It has awful DRM. And probably deserves the 0 it's receiving, but it's unfair towards the people who designed this game to just rate down the game based on strong emotions. It's justified. We paid for a product, we expect to be able to use said product. But that said, think of the developers. They are not our enemies; corporate greed is.…Expand

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Season 27

Season 27 introduces a new type of consumable item called Angelic Crucibles. Once uncovered by Nephalem, these heavenly artifacts can be used to Sanctify any equippable Legendary item. Sanctifying an item reforges it to have perfect Ancient-level stats on all affixes while also preserving the item's Legendary Power. In addition, this process adds one of three new powers unique to each class.
Season Theme Details:
Angelic Crucibles and Sanctified items can only be acquired in Seasonal play and will not transfer to your non-seasonal character when the season ends. Angelic Crucibles can drop anywhere in Sanctuary at level Players can obtain as many Sanctified items as they would like, however, only one Sanctified item can be equipped at a time. Sanctified items can be Sanctified again using another Angelic Crucible. No stats are preserved when Sanctifying an item. Only level 70 equippable items can be Sanctified—crafted items cannot be Sanctified. Followers cannot equip Sanctified items. The drop rate of Angelic Crucibles has been doubled. New Class-Specific Sanctified Powers
Whirlwind pulls in and holds all enemies within 25 yards. Hammer of the Ancients hits in all directions around the Barbarian. Every tenth cast of Hammer of the Ancients unleashes a powerful shockwave. The shockwave now deals 10x damage. Hitting enemies generates stacks of Tempest Rhythm. Activating Wrath of the Berserker consumes 50 stacks of Tempest Rhythm and startles enemies within 16 yards, causing them to take 2% increased damage per stack for 20 seconds. Max 50 stacks. Crusader
Blessed Hammer now crackles with energy, damaging enemies within 15 yards of its path. All runes but Dominion now throw the hammer in a direct path in front of the Crusader. Fixed a bug that caused Blessed Hammer to stop when hitting allies. Every two seconds, call down Fist of the Heavens on a random nearby enemy. After casting Steed Charge, this effect occurs more rapidly for five seconds. Updated the visual effects of the Fist of the Heavens Sanctified power to differentiate it from Fist of the Heavens cast by players. After casting Falling Sword, you descend from the sky with two Archangels that can cast Consecration and Condemn. Updated the Archangels abilities to not benefit from bonuses and removed the Heaven's Fury skill. Archangels no longer take damage. Removed the cooldown to spawn Archangels when casting Falling Sword. A maximum of two Archangels can be present at a time. The damage done by Archangels has been reduced. The Archangels will no longer cast Condemn and Consecration immediately upon being summoned. The Archangels damage has been reduced 33% of its previous value. Demon Hunter
Strafe now casts the last non-channeled Hatred spending ability cast. Fixed a bug that sometimes caused the Strafe sanctified power to stop casting the Hatred spending ability. Fixed a bug that caused the Multishot visual effects to fire in the wrong direction. Casting Vengeance unleashes a barrage of rockets that deal damage equal to a percentage of the maximum life enemies possess. The number of rockets fired increases over 30 seconds. Elites and Bosses receive less damage per rocket. Fixed a bug in the tooltip to correctly state that damage is equal to a percentage of maximum life, not current life. Firing Cluster Arrow no longer drops explosive ordinance. Instead, it concentrates its explosive force into piercing rays of light. Updated the Cluster Arrow tooltip to clarify the power and potential interactions with other skills. Adjusted the animation to feel more fluid. Updated the Cluster Arrow visual effects and sounds. Fixed a bug that prevented Cluster Arrow from proccing Restraint and Thrill of the Hunt. Fixed a bug where Cluster Arrow didn’t properly cost 40 Hatred. Monk
Casting Wave of Light now summons a bell at the target location that deals damage when any player attacks the bell. Up to five bells can be active at one time. The Shattering Light rune now respects which way you’re facing when you strike the bell, and your bells can no longer proc your own bells. Updated the tooltip to reflect that other players can attack summoned bells. Added sounds to the Wave of Light Sanctified power. Bells no longer count as kills to other players. Bells now despawn if not destroyed within 10 seconds. All Way of the Hundred Fists combo punches use the second stage combo punch. Consecutive hits from Way of the Hundred Fists increases its damage by 2%. Max stacks. The target of your Seven-Sided Strike is barraged with spiritual punches for 15 seconds. This can only affect one enemy at a time. Necromancer
Your Golem now picks up corpses within 20 yards. Each corpse it stores allows you to cast any corpse spending ability with the max number of corpses consumed per cast. Up to 30 corpses can be stored. Updated the tooltip to clarify which Corpse skills are impacted by the Sanctified power. Enemies within 50 yards are constantly assaulted by the Army of the Dead - Unconventional Warfare while this item is equipped. Fixed a bug that caused an unintended interaction with Fate's Vow and the Army of the Dead Sanctified power. Hitting enemies with Death Nova five consecutive times adds a spirit that afflicts an enemy every fifth cast of Death Nova. Up to three spirits can be sent at a time. Witch Doctor
Enemies affected by Locust Swarm are also Haunted. When you cast Piranhas, all Haunted enemies within 60 yards are pulled into the pool. A lesser enemy stunned by Bogadile is instantly killed. Elites and Bosses stunned by Bogadile take massive damage. Added a visual effect to indicate the area where monsters are pulled in by Piranhas. Horrify becomes an aura that causes enemies to receive % more damage and deal 15% less damage in addition to its other effects. You summon two Gargantuans and three Zombie Dogs periodically. Gargantuans gain the effect of the Restless Giant rune. Zombie Dogs gain the effect of all runes. Enemies hit by Sacrifice are Immolated, causing them to take % more damage from your Pets. Wizard
Your Storm Armor charges over 30 seconds. Casting Storm Armor at full charge releases a powerful thunderbolt, instantly killing a random enemy within 30 yards. Bosses and Elites are not killed but take significant damage. Arcane Orb now periodically spawns up to four orbiting charges that will generate an additional orb when cast. All charges from the Arcane Orbit rune now detonate at the same time. Magic Missile fires 10 missiles and gains the effect of the Seeker rune. Reduced the number of Magic Missiles from 20 to General Updates
Adventure Mode is now unlocked for all accounts by default. Players are no longer required to complete the Campaign to access Adventure mode. Default difficulty selection has been updated to be consistent for all players and platforms. All players now have access to Normal-Torment 6 difficulties by default, and upon reaching level 70 with a character, players gain access to Torment 7–Torment Uber Boss Realms now automatically close 60 seconds after the Uber Bosses have been defeated. Additional portals to the same Uber Boss Realm can now be opened in a single game session. The Experience rewarded upon completion of an Echoing Nightmare has been reduced by 83%. Item Changes
Guardian's Jeopardy (2-piece bonus): Your melee damage reduction is increased by 1% per base Vitality from equipped items. Your missile damage reduction is increased by 1% per base Strength, Dexterity, or Intelligence from equipped items depending on your class. Guardian's Jeopardy (3-piece bonus): You gain an additional % of your base Strength, Dexterity, Intelligence, and Vitality attributes from equipped items. Crusader
Armor of Akkhan (2-piece bonus): Judgment has no cooldown and gains the effect of every rune. Armor of Akkhan (4-piece bonus): Attacks from Phalanx Avatars reduce the cooldown of Akarat's Champion by seconds, and also apply Condemn when attacking enemies that is affected by Judgment. Fixed a typo in the Armor of Akkhan 4-piece bonus. Fixed a bug that allowed any attack to proc the 4-piece bonus to reduce the cooldown of Akarat's Champion. Fixed a bug that caused the damage bonus of Akkhan's 6-piece to sometimes not work with Phalanx Avatars. Updated the visual effect of Phalanx Avatars proccing Condemn to reduce visual clutter. Updated the AI of Phalanx Avatars to prioritize targets around the player. “Increases Phalanx Damage” affixes and the Enforcer Legendary Gem can now benefit Phalanx Condemns. Eternal Union: Increases the duration of summoned Phalanx Bowmen and Bodyguard indefinitely. Necromancer
Trag'Oul's Avatar (2-piece bonus): Blood Rush and Siphon Blood gains the effect of every rune. Your Life-spending abilities no longer cost Essence. Fixed a bug that caused the Siphon Blood - Power Shift rune damage bonus to be multiplicative. Trag'Oul's Avatar (4-piece bonus): While at full Life, your healing from skills is added to your maximum Life for 45 seconds, up to % more. Trag'Oul's Avatar (6-piece bonus): Your Life-spending abilities deal 10,% increased damage and your healing from skills is increased by %. Iron Rose: Attacking with Siphon Blood has a % chance to cast a free Blood Nova. After cumulatively losing 10% of your maximum Life, your Death Nova deals 40% increased damage for 60 seconds. This effect stacks up to 10 times. Bloodtide Blade: Death Nova deals % increased damage for every enemy within 25 yards, up to 25 enemies. Funerary Pick: Siphon Blood drains blood from 2 additional targets. Each target takes % increased damage from you unless there is only 1 target, then it gains double the increased damage. The bonus from Siphon Blood - Power shift is now 20% per stack and benefits all skills. Wizard
Delsere's Magnum Opus (2-piece bonus): Casting Arcane Orb, Energy Twister, Magic Missile, Shock Pulse, Spectral Blade, Electrocute, or Arcane Torrent also casts Slow Time at them. This effect will not trigger if the target is already inside a Slow Time bubble. The cooldown of Teleport will reset while you're inside bubbles generated from this set or cast by you. Delsere's Magnum Opus (4-piece bonus): You take 75% reduced damage while you have a Slow Time active. Allies inside your Slow Time gain half benefit. Delsere's Magnum Opus (6-piece bonus): Enemies affected by your Slow Time and for 5 seconds after exiting take 12,% increased damage from your Arcane Orb, Energy Twister, Magic Missile, Shock Pulse, Spectral Blade, Electrocute, and Arcane Torrent abilities. Crown of the Primus: Slow Time gains the effect of every rune except Point of No Return and permanently follows you. Tal Rasha's Elements (2-piece bonus): Damaging enemies with Arcane, Cold, Fire or Lightning will grant immunity to that element and cause a Meteor of the same damage type to fall from the sky. The same meteor cannot happen twice in a row. Tal Rasha's Elements (4-piece bonus): Arcane, Cold, Fire, and Lightning attacks each increase all of your resistances by 50% for 8 seconds. The Smoldering Core: Lesser enemies are now lured to your Meteor impact areas. Meteors deals % increased damage on consecutive hits to the same target. This stacks up to 10 times. Fixed a typo in The Smoldering Core's tooltip. Mirror Ball: Magic Missile fires 2 extra missiles and deals % increased damage. Mempo of Twilight: Meteor Shower rune is now applied to all casted Meteors and deals –% increased damage. Monk
Inna's Mantra (6-piece bonus): Gain the passive abilities of the five runed Mystic Allies at all times. Attacking enemies creates your chosen Mystic Ally that lasts 15 seconds, up to 10 Mystic Allys. The damage of your Mystic Allies is increased by % for each Mystic Ally you have out. Bindings of the Lesser Gods: Enemies hit by your Cyclone Strike take % increased damage from your Mystic Ally for 5 seconds. Split Fire Allies gain 3 times this bonus. Demon Hunter
Strafe: Updated base skill to allow any equipped weapon, rather than requiring a Bow. Bug Fixes
Fixed a bug that prevented the Legendary Spear Empyrean Messenger from dropping. Captain Crimson's Trimmings: Fixed a bug that caused the 3-piece set bonus to occasionally drop off. Updated Bone Spike and Siphon Blood tooltips to reflect the appropriate damage values. Fixed a bug that caused Sanctified items to not always roll with Ancient-level stats. Fixed a bug where Slow Time and Archon Slow Time stacked. We’ll see you in Sanctuary, Nephalem!
-The Diablo III Team
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