[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”Diablo 3″ developers=”Activision Blizzard” publishers=”Activision Blizzard” platforms=”360/PS3″ genres=”” release_date=”Out Now” version_played=360″]
Diablo 3 is an action role-playing game set in the world of Sanctuary. You participate as one of the 5 hero classes: Barbarian, Wizard, Monk, Witch Doctor and Demon Hunter. Combat is fast as you assault various dungeons and bosses all for that shiny loot
Burning hell demons have lust for the world of Sanctuary and a mighty group of demon lords have been sent to crush all of mankind, turning them into servants and poisoning their minds with deceit. Cities crumbled, thousands died and the all mighty Worldstone which lay in the mount Arreat was destroyed. Without it Sanctuary became vulnerable to the Prime Evil invasion who have now come to unleash havoc. This is where you come in, an aspiring level one hero ready to be the Saviour of Sanctuary. The storyline plays out with spectacular cut scenes and talkative quest givers which keep you updated on what’s going on storywise.
Diablo 3 is Blizzards first release in this gen on the console and they’re really pushing the limits of the 360 and PS3. Visually, I find this game exquisite. With the vast array of hero spells and enemy abilities, it can be hard not go all starry eyed when a wizard joins your party and electrocutes everything to death before you can punch a mob of your own. Blizzard’s art style always seems to always hit a sweet spot of mine. The backdrops are beautiful and the creativity in monster design set my imagination on fire.