Reviews and Problems with Diablo II: Lord of Destruction
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Good Sequel and Expansion
J. Michael Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
19 July 2014
Summary: Developed by Blizzard Entertainment, the original Diablo, upon its release back in 1996, enjoyed solid critical reception, with many crediting it to creating a subgenre of point-and-click RPGs.
Summary: This may sound funny but I am a 48 year old mom. I wanted to play the game so I would have something in common with my youngest who is 13 and hard to have things in common with. I found the game surprisingly fun and addictive.
Summary: The expansion pack adds a lot to the game, including many new weapons, an entire new land, and two more characters to choose from. The new land is great, but I must say that the two new characters are not that good, and if your only buying this game for the new characters, don't bother.
Summary: In D2 LoD, you are following the path of Baal, the Lord of Destruction. He has ventured into the Barbarian highlands to find the Worldstone, the source of the Soulstones. The town you play in is Harrogath, NPC's include Malah the healer, Larzuk the armorer, Nilathak the Elder,(he's also a...
Summary: This expansion finishes(?) the Diablo series in a great way, while adding a good deal of improvements. I never played Diablo 2 without the expansion installed, so I never missed any of the new features which include hirelings that can travel with you between acts, a bigger stash, 2 new character...
Summary: I have been playing this game for a very long time and im still finding more and more things to do that i have never done before! If u have never played this game then you need to try it! When u do try Diablo 2 make shure you at least know a little about this game trust me it is awsome!