In just two short weeks you too can try to become a millionaire by trading in Epic Loot Futures!
Diablo III has had its share of problems since launch, what with the server issues, lack of PvP, and players rather underwhelmed by the in-game auction house. That hasn’t stopped a lot of people here at PixlBit from enjoying the game (check out our review here and Mike Wall’s amazing guide here), but it can’t be denied that the game shipped without some key features included in the package. At least one of those features will be implemented very soon, with the real money auction house coming in just a couple of weeks.
Everything you need--from the basics to theory crafting--to help take you from Noob to Nephalem.
After over a decade of waiting it’s time again to pick up our banners and battle the horrors of Hell in Diablo 3. Many have been preparing for this battle for years; however, if you’ve yet to play a Diablo game before you may want to brush up on some quick tips and tricks before heading to face the vast armies of Demonic Hell Spawn. Fear not fellow travelers, with a few simple tricks and tips we’ll turn you from Noob to Nephalem. I dare say, not even Diablo himself will be safe from your wrath!
Crazy clicking creates copious cases of carpal tunnel.
Click. Click. Click. It’s hard to believe that a game that’s entirely based around mouse clicking can be as entertaining, addictive, and all-consuming as Diablo III is. Blizzard took twelve years to deliver the third release of their dungeon-exploring, monster-slaying, loot-hoarding series, and it was entirely possible that this game wouldn’t deliver on over a decade of anticipation. I’m here to tell you that Blizzard did indeed deliver and as soon as I’m done telling you exactly how amazing this game is you can count on me going back in for more clicking, carnage, and loot. Often imitated but never duplicated, Blizzard has given a powerful reminder of who the king of the click really is.
Loot, loot and more loot!
Saying Diablo III one of the most highly anticipated games of the year would be accurate but calling it the fastest selling PC game ever would be irrefutable. The sequel--12 years in the making--has sold a record breaking 6.3 million copies in the week since its launch, with 3.5 million copies being sold in the first 24 hours alone.
Blizzard made some changes to Diablo III, but do they make a big difference to the gameplay?
I typically don’t like replaying sections of a game that I haven’t finished and yet I’ve played through the first act of Diablo III somewhere to the tune of ten times. That’s a ringing endorsement of how fun and addicting this game is and I’ve been ready to play the real thing for months now. But Blizzard has other plans in mind, having recently made some sweeping changes to the way stats affect character progression, among other things. With that in mind, I decided to roll a new Barbarian and take a look at these alterations to Blizzard’s long-gesticulating RPG.
Diablo III release projections and more was discussed this afternoon.
Activision Blizzard had an investor's call earlier today. During their presentations, information about key titles was shown and several noticable announcements were made as well. Chief among them was the projected release window for Diablo III.