Diablo 3 Review
Both Diablo and Diablo 2 have created an incredible fan base, and 12 years later, is this fan base finally happy? Unfortunately, it is not possible to give a definite answer to this question. I've talked to a lot of people and I've read a lot about it, but everyone is so confused.
There is no nonsense in this game. It was never ambitious. It never wanted you to look for meaning in your work. Not once did it say my story was too epic, and it hasn't bragged about the world it created since its debut. In story mode, you embark on a journey to seal the lords of hell. And the game asks you to do this forever. Gather, loot, and kill. Most importantly, spend time finding the right items for you.
- Nice addition to the epic series
- Increased character variety
- It may get boring after a certain point
- The story does not live up to the expectations
Diablo 3 is your new addiction
Is this game really enjoyable, or is it just a bad habit you just acquired? Answering this question is as difficult as answering the question of whether I liked the game or not. That's why I'll call it both very enjoyable and a bad habit I've acquired. I've never been a Diablo fan because it was a very old series. However, since Diablo 3 came out in a very good year and at a time when I could play, I had the opportunity to experience it for a long time. I still can't say that I'm a fan of the series.
Still, I can say that it is a perfect game to spend time with friends or alone. because it doesn't take long to play. You can open and play the game for even just 10 minutes. It's a game where you can enter and kill two or three monsters while you're waiting for your friend to play another game, but your friend is eating. Fans won't be mad at me if I call it the embodiment of bad habits in a video game.
How is it played?
So what does the gameplay offer players? There are 7 different selectable classes, each with different gameplay. I can say that all classes do justice to their names. They all do exactly what you expect from them. The barbarians head deep into everything. Magicians, on the other hand, blow everything away from afar. As you play, your character gains experience points and learns new skills. Learning these, with the right combinations, makes things much more fun. You can get help from the internet or play for hours to find the right combination.
However, once you create a suitable skill combination for yourself, the game will become much more fun for you. That's half the game. The other half is the loot you will collect. The loot appears as items you obtain by killing enemies. These items also have their own rarity and power levels, separated by color. They all have a trait, and finding the right rarity will get you to a very powerful level.
Is Diablo 3 worth playing?
So is this a game? I think about this every time I play Diablo 3. It has no claims. You are constantly killing enemies. You cast spells and collect loot. Then you choose a different character and repeat everything, and it becomes an addiction after a while. I think this is exactly the game some people are looking for. Games don't have to have great art designs and stories that you'll think about for 100 hours. Sometimes you just want to play for fun without thinking. If what you're looking for is just entertainment, this game is for you.