Blizzard did the obvious: literally transformed Diablo 3 to what it should have been from the start. It took them some time, but finally Blizzard got the message and moved finally to the right direction. While we expect the next expansion, fans of action / rpg can now sleep peacefully ... the king is here!
Un gran juego que me introdujo a la franquicia, esta lleno de contenido y secretos que descubrir juento a un atractivo gameplay, puede ser un aire diferente a las anteriores entregas (Diablo y Diablo II), pero quiza era necesario para marcar diferencias y que no se sienta repetitivo.
La expansión Reaper of Souls nos entrega el arco donde combatiremos contra el ángel de la muerte, enemigo con un buen diseño y acompañado con una narrativa quiza más corta que el juego base, pero muy entretenida y bien direccionada.
The past week of my life has been devoted to the Reaper of Souls and I have to say it wasn’t easy getting out of the game. The damn thing had me hooked so bad I had to explain my mysterious absence to all my friends and family.
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls is a great experience and an excellent add-on to Diablo III. With the Adventure mode and Nephalem's Rift, Blizzard erases almost perfectly every inherent problems of Hack'n Slash games. It's actually quite difficult to find real defects in this add-on.
The good news is that players whose gaming palates DO lean toward slaying nightmarish minions with tongue-twisting weapons are finally getting the game they probably wished Diablo III was to begin with.
The game Diablo III should have been from the start, and an absolute must for anyone who likes Diablo. With the massive injection of new content and total renovation of several core systems, Reaper of Souls in many ways feels fresher than Diablo III did two years ago.
It’s really only giving fans of the original a few more toys to play with. Unfortunately, the $40 price of admission weighs heavy on this title, and the sparse new content doesn’t quite justify it. In short, if you weren’t a huge Diablo III fan then Reaper of Souls won’t change your mind. However, if you enjoyed the original then Reaper of Souls adds a new class, several new environments, and a bunch of replay value.
I have never get into D3 end game content, it is just not enough to get me hooked in. But the story and gameplay of D3 are quite good. I think D3 is pretty good game but it is not for everyone. If you like graphics of D3 and like toon of farming, have friends to play with I believe you can fully enjoy it. If you dont like farming like me, I think you can still enjoy the main story of the game and maybe even a little bit of end game content.
Graphic - 8
Gameplay - 7
Lasting Appeal - 5
Execution - 7
Overall - 6,75
RoS fixed many of the problems of Vanilla D3, but the core issue still remains.
The game is simply boring. Looting items is an unrewarding experience, identifying legendaries is as exciting as opening and closing a door. Rifts and Bounties are interesting at first, but later on they become a chore.
On top of that, in the next year they'll add a new class: the Necromancer, in what they call a class pack. Thanks Blizzard, we have to pay 20$ to do the same mind-numbing, boring grind with a new class. Just abandon this mess and focus on making D4.
After patch 2.2.0 I would still not recommend this game as there are now better games with the same gameplay, however it is better with the patch they released April 7th. It shows they still are working on it and not just threw it to the side. Thank you Blizzard.
SummaryNo One Can Stop Death...The lords of hell rage within the Black Soulstone, their souls screaming for vengeance and release. Before the artifact can be sealed away forever, Malthael-Angel of Deathmanifests in the mortal realms with a deadly new purpose: to steal the Black Soulstone and bend its infernal power to his will.
So begins the...