Reviews and Problems with Diablo II: Lord of Destruction
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Good games are hard to come by...
The Cook, Amazon
11 July 2014
Summary: Woo Woo. Being able to order a game you lost the box for even though it is crazy old is awesome. For fellow geeks out there, there is salvation to bring it back to old school. After many years of collecting dust, I felt the need to attack DII once again, but made the mistake of tossing the box. I had the CD, but not the key and since I'm in a new tower - I was screwed and not in the mood to crack it.
Summary: The game was shipped in great condition. The multiplayer gameplay, however, is something to be leery of. Spam bots/online shops and auto-play bots have ruined the economics and overall experience of the game. Single player is boring. If you are looking for a quality MMO:RPG, Diablo II: LoD ain't it.
Summary: -No RMAH. Drop rates are still really low but WSK/Andy/etc. runs still give good gear if you have decent MF. No spending even more money on gear so you don't get destroyed in Inferno. -Can actually choose where your stat points are allocated. Makes characters more customizable and weird builds possible (Daggerzon, Hammerdin, etc.) -Don't have to be online for single player.
Summary: Ascending Mount Arreat, you must find Baal, Lord of Destruction, and stop him from corrupting the Worldstone. LoD adds much more than just an act to Diablo II, it adds a slew of features that Diablo II should never be played without. I highly recommend this to anyone playing D2.