The game is amazing. Let me just say that. But I feel like there should be more play time. I just beat it on the first level, and I've only been playing for 2 days. Hmm. Maybe I play too much.
Has anyone played through yet? How long did it take you?
He lvled characters to 60 and then sold them. Gold and items too.
Everything from the quality art and sound design, interactive environments and swappable skills and runes exudes the typical blizzard quality. I managed to clear normal difficulty with my Monk in a few days off off-and-on play, I love the interactive environments, physics and ability runes, and it's nice having the freedom to change your playstyle on the fly.
Thanks for the responses. I'm working on Hell now. It has definitely slowed down, and I find that I'm dying a lot (I play a Monk). I'm not happy about dying, but the game isn't flying by anymore. I'm having a lot of fun with Diablo 3.
Playing through Inferno act I. It's crazy. You die so fast if you don't have enough life and element resistance.
Good luck in hell monk. LOL Just teasing. I hope you have a good sense of humor because (even though I work hard) I'm kind of a joker. Anyway, your post might actually convince me to try this.
Not yet. I don't even want to admit this, but I'm still stuck on the first Diablo. I'm having my teenage bro who's 22 years younger teach me. LOL
You know, I never actually played the original Diablo! Is it fun? That came out in like...1996? Or, did you mean Diablo II, which is more recent but a lot of people think of it as the "original" Diablo. :-)
Well, it was well received by critics at the time of its release (1996), but IMO the inability to sprint really slows down the gameplay in comparison to Diablo II and III - I played a bit of it, and it was entertaining (it comes in the Diablo II Battle Chest), but I couldn't get into it because your character moves so excruciatingly slowly relative to the later games (that, and the skill trees aren't as complex, only three classes to choose from etc.), though I'd still say it's a good game, just not for me.
I haven't tried DIII yet. I still really enjoy the DII I own.
Yeah, I agree. I didn't think it was very challenging. I'm waiting to try III myself. I still like I sometimes although I've conquered it.
A friend of mine who may never grow up but is fun to hang out with because he has every single video game there is wants me to try it with him. I will when I have some free time, hopefully soon. I need a night off desperately.
I haven't tried it yet. I've been spending more time trying to play my own games to test them out. Don't have much time but if I did I might try it.