Summary: This is the classic Diablo II. The story lines, the voice acting, the music; all of it. Better than Diablo III. The only drawback is that the graphics for the desert area and the jungle look shoddy after seeing Tristram. Still, hours of entertainment and replayability. The Classic of the Franchise.
Summary: The game works well, there are updates and patches available from the manufacturer. The support for the game is great. You can play solo or multiplayer on lan or bnet. There is a good variety of characters to play. Many items you can get and even more from some updates from manufacturer. The combat is hack and slash style but not difficult to master. The game gets more challanging as you progress through it. There are difficulty settings for the game, once you beat easy.
Summary: Involved, challenging gameplay. Beatiful and varied presentation for it's time. Co-operative multiplayer is a blast. The height of rogue-like ARPGs. Random maps, mobs, and loot offer endless replay value. A MUST for anyone.
Summary: My all-time favorite game! No problems except if you're running on Windows 7 or 8, investigate any efficiency issues. I had to run mine in a Windows XP "Compatibility Mode" since I'm working off of Windows 8. Otherwise it's a steal for the price with the expansion set included.
Summary: First of all, the game is nicely packaged, with all 4 CDs, the booklet, and the stickers with serials all inside one case. Installation went smoothly on Windows 7, and not a single issue running the game. As for the gameplay itself, this is actually my first time playing it, if you can believe that. I see now why this game has become a classic, I literally can't stop playing.