Summary: Like many other reviews, I found this game to have a "wow" factor for the first few hours, but it wasn't very long before I noticed that every area you explore is exactly the same. No matter what level you are, its the same wilderness, same caves, same crypts, etc.
Summary: First of all, isn't an RPG where you "fill the shoes" of a virtual persona and "play them" in every way: interaction with virtual characters, a developing plot, personal goals, aims, ambitions and achievements, etc?
Summary: Thought I would go back and replay Diablo II so purchased this version. Sadly the graphics are so poor and dated I could not get into the game. I am sure there is a great game in there but I wish I had left alone my memory of Diablo II being one of the best games ever.
Excerpt: “Bollocks” though Borvok, the burly barbarian, as he strapped his trusty blade, Brainsmasher, across his broad, battle-scarred back. He paced around the floor of his chamber, a perturbed expression on his scary, square face. “But it’s what you do!
Im sure it was great for its time, just can't handle it now
13 November 2002
Summary: I often play older games especially if they have been a massive input on what gaming is today, but when I played this after quitting world of warcraft I just couldn't handle the graphics, the 640x480 res, the movement like skating on ice - the one click per melee swing play style.
Summary: This game is BAD. BAD. BAD. You walk through endless areas mindlessly killing randomly generated enemies. It has no plot. It has no plot. That said, I am addicted to it. It is strangely fun to see your character grow more powerful and...kill tons of randomly generated enemies. DONT GET THIS GAME!