posted by cobraking (CLARKS SUMMIT, PA) Apr 12, 2014
Member since Mar 2013
while very enjoyable the game was too much of the same thing over and over again, if i owned the game and could stop playing for a few days and then pick it back up then i could get through it (finished act 1) but since i am renting i didnt have the time to spare
posted by Tiny_Tom_79 (LAS CRUCES, NM) Apr 8, 2014
Member since Mar 2014
I am still playing this Console version of Diablo III. It could've been a whole lot better than it is. I played Diablo III on PC when it was first released and I must say that in comparison I am so glad that I did not go out and fork out the money for this Console Version of Diablo III. All I can say in conclusion is that the Controller Layout could've been made simpler to allow better functioning of your character and give you the player more control of them without having to stop attacking to simply dodge when you're in a battle against a horde of Moon Tribe Warriors. Unless I am not looking in the appropriate place though as well there is no way to configure a personal controller layout in this version as their is in the PC Version. I think I will stick to PC Versions of the games by Blizzard from now on but all in all it is sticking to everything else character and story board wise. Thanks.
The main game is fun. It has some material to it and it's a game that requires you to pay attention. The dynamic difficulty is nice for all gamers (if you want a challenge, if you want to speed run, etc.). However the maximum level requires you to do 4 playthroughs currently. THIS MIGHT CHANGE FOR CONSOLE AS IT ALREADY HAS ON PC. If you are looking to buy the game, it'd consider investigating weather the PC update 2.0 will be coming to console. If it is, then you might want to go for whatever you're comfortable with. If your computer can run it, try the demo from Blizzard, and then decide. Either way, the story is fun and exciting as you run through it. And with collectable Lore Books and an extensive list of in game achievements, you'll likely to never run out of things to do.