Summary: My roommates loved the game. They have played through 2-3 times a piece. Unfortunately, I barely have had time to play it. Seems like a solid dungeon crawler. The entertainment per cost value seems very solid, $20.
Good game but some significant shortcomings - too easy and repetitive and not sure why M rated
Sean "Sean", Amazon
19 January 2015
Summary: Great graphics and game mechanics for PS3, but after a couple of hours just feels like the same thing over and over again and honestly WAY TOO EASY. Don't get me wrong, this is a fun game. It is easy to control, run around and mash on the buttons to defeat enemies. However, after a while it gets very stale. There is very little variety in terms of scenery and enemies. This is further reinforced by whatever fighting style you employ.
Upgrading from PS3 to PS4 - Trophies and other useful information
18 January 2015
Summary: This review is intended for people that have played the PC or PS3/360 versions and are thinking of transferring to the PS4 version. D3ROS for the PS3: I bought this game for the PS3 initially and got to paragon level 208. I loved this game, it is exactly the hack n' slash grinder that Diablo fans loved in the initial Diablo and Diablo II. Infinite paragon levels, infinite loot, infinite multi-player fun!
The fun of a well made hack&slash is more than adequate ...
Tom Powers, Amazon
5 January 2015
Summary: I've played it through a bunch of times. I am a huge fan of the lost art of cooperative gameplay. This game has it down. The weapon rewards are plentiful and the high-power items aren't as difficult to come by as they were in the original game. My only complaint is that the battle sounds are louder than the conversation by a wide margin and are not independently adjustable. As a result I lose a lot of the spoken dialogue. Ah well. This is a small issue.