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Diablo II review

Millions of people were waiting and counting the days of the Diablo II release. Diablo was an enormous hit and the world was expecting Diablo II to be even more famous. After playing this game and knowing the story, Iím pretty sure that Blizzard entertainment will make Diablo 3. Letís just cross our fingers and hope for the best. Well, I wanted to give it a 9.5 or even a ten, but the graphics and the small glitches made me withdraw to 9. This game might be a little boring at the beginning but as soon as you are getting bored, something new and fresh will get your interest for this game back to where it belongs. As I played, I almost forgot about my review work, all I had in mind was the scenes from the game. My friend says that I need help. Hey, maybe I do. Either way, this game is going to be one of the best RPG of the year thatís for sure.

System requirements
The Game
  • Pentium 233 with MMX
  • 8MB video memory (16MB recommended)
  • DirectX 7.0 (included on CD)
  • 32MB RAM (64MB recommended)
  • 64MB RAM required for AGP cards
  • 500MB available on hard disk space
  • 4X speed CD-ROM drive
  • Windows 95, 98, 2000
  • Mouse


(+,-) $40USD--$60CDN

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The Story

For those who donít know the story of Diablo, donít worry, they explain it in the book. It all started after when Diablo was defeated under the dungeon of Tristram, his soul stone went into the nameless hero and took possession of his body. The people of Tristram didnít know about the event and celebrated gloriously for Diabloís defeat. Since the nameless hero had no family, it was normal for Tristramians to welcome him to live with them.

He was friendly to those who ever approached him, but despite the honour and awards, he slipped deeper and deeper into depression. To cheer him up, Ogden suggested that they would throw a celebration in the hopes to snap him out of the depression. They were wrong, at some point the hero slipped away and left them. He sat in his entryway, had donned a dark travelling cloak and said with an icy paralysing voice, "The time has come to leave this place. My brothers await me in the east. Their chains will bind no longer."

He left in secrecy the next morning, setting foot towards the eastern pass only with a few provisions and his sturdy sword. Shortly after his departure, Tristram people had their worst nightmare coming true. The demons of Hell have returned. They butchered so many innocents. No one knows why but one thing is for sure, the creaturesí return is somehow linked to the nameless Wandererís departure. Only one person survived after the slaughter of Tristram. It is Deckard Cain, the last descendant of the Horadrim. He has evaded the beasts for many nights in the hope for someone to come to his rescue.

Tristram is only the first of hundred of villages to be consumed by devilís minions. Therefore, you must look for the nameless wanderer and find out what he is looking for.

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