Summary: So before blizzard updated the expansion it was kind of meh. After all the updates and changes the game is much smoother. Less grindy but still grindable. And theres another new area/play method so it doesn't feel like you're getting ripped off by the price
Summary: The extra act and adventure mode make this a fun addition to the game. Having the expansion also makes the seasons much more fun and exciting to play. Walmart.com has the best price I could find on this.
Summary: Let's get a few things across, I don't believe the game is 'very' gorey, I also disagree with the rating the game received. I don't believe this game is too adult, even for small kids.
That being said, let's get a few points across.
It IS bloody.
There IS some gore.
There IS some language.
Summary: I don't even like Diablo all that much, but the new expansion was still enough to get me to run through it all again on a new character and see the changes that have been made plus the new storyline content.
Summary: Diablo 3 was a huge disappointment to any fan of the Diablo series. Diablo is supposed to be an awesome grind fest for a gamer and his buddies. Diablo 3 did not fulfill that need, it was repetitive and lost its luster within a few months. That being said this expansion offers gamers exactly that.
Summary: Gets old after two runs through act 5. Make it like diablo 2 with skill tress. Diablo 2 is infinitely better. Or just make the game longer - make like 20 acts. You already have the scripts written now you just need a designer. Like I imagine in your C++ code you have a template object for a monster.
The blood and gore is cartoonish, and only against "monsters"
jsilveronnelly, Common Sense Media
29 May 2015
Summary: There is violence in this game, true. And exploding guts and blood and rivers of vomit. But honestly, it all strikes me as very cartoonish, over the top, and unrealistic. The is NOT the type of violent adult game that Grand Theft Auto V is, for example.