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: I love Diablo 2 beacause it's very simple to play and it's a very popular game that worth. I don't think I don't like it because it's a unique game. Even it's for mature, it's don't contain a lot of violence.
Summary: This expansion gives x2 the stash space for items, but now there's runes, jewels, and charms; that all take up spaces. More is lost than gained if you save these types of items. There's also a lot of special 'X' class only items that are dropped that have no use for your character.
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.