Reviews and Problems with Diablo III: Reaper of Souls
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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition
26 August 2014
Conclusion: I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a hack and slash style game, or also enjoys treasure hunting. Very fun, very addictive. Feel free to add me on XBL, we can play this or another game. I stream regularly, and try to post some videos on youtube.
Excerpt: Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls feels less like the series finale of your favorite TV show and more like an exciting one-off episode. And as far as expansions go, that's totally fine. If you've been playing D3 again in anticipation of all the new content, you might be left wanting.
Pros: Crusader class is spectacular in both gameplay and character, Adventure Mode breathes new life into old environments, Loot overhaul makes killing monsters so much more gratifying
Cons: Act 5 is more a brief interlude than an epic conclusion, Raw amount of new content may not justify the expansion's price tag
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls review: Expansion to popular adventure game checks all of the boxes on your wishlist
18 April 2014
Conclusion: Diablo III: Reaper of Souls isn’t likely to attract new players to the Diablo universe, but it has plenty for dungeon crawler fans out there who want another excuse to level grind, loot, and explore. Hate the genre all you want, there’s no denying its addictive qualities.
Summary: Remember when an expansion pack felt like a fully fledged product that you could pick up on store shelves that gave you a few extra chapters, and a ton of new content? That time seems long gone, with DLC being the governing model for how gamers can get content after a game is released.
Summary: Reaper of Souls is a welcome addition to the Diablo 3 game. It’s helped to correct a lot of problems the core game had with better loot systems, more end-game content and a new act for you to explore.
Excerpt: The Good : Lots of engine tweaks. New character type. New single player content. The Bad : Variable difficulty. Only about 5 hours of new content. The Ugly : Will likely appeal to mostly hardcore players.
Excerpt: Cast your minds back to May of 2012 - Diablo 3 has just been released, the hype-train has entered the station, and across the world millions of eager blizzard fans are downloading or unboxing their new game. The result?
Pros: Great new Chapter, Enhanced Replay Value, New Loot system is excellent
Cons: Shops are a bit redundant, Quite an expensive purchase, I couldn't find the cow level