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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls

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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls

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  • Diablo III: Reaper of Souls is an expansion pack for the action role-playing video game Diablo III
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Great if you enjoy grinding and working towards better gear with friendsWhen I was waiting in line at midnight awaiting the third installment to a game that I loved I had high expectations. Little did I realize at that point in time just how far this game had yet to go. I had played each character in the beta, and was sure that I'd invest countless hours in each one once the game was released. That, however, was a pipe dream that never came true. I played nearly 80 hours with a barbarian, reaching level 59 and quit. I couldn't get the items that I wanted, died a lot, and really just lost interest in a game that had based nearly 100% of its play value on an in game auction house.Today, well, that auction house is extinct and the game has been redone entirely. It's still about finding that elusive piece of armor/weapon with the perfect rolls, but it's not impossible. I've now got three characters each with over 100 hours logged and I'm still finding the game enjoyable! :D If you don't mind grinding and battling your way to better gear, then you'll really enjoy this game. Blizzard is constantly improving it and the dynamics of the "deal build" change every few months. With that said, if you're going to purchase Diablo III for the first tome, get RoS with it. It's really worthwhile to have the added content and I'd go so far as to say that the "most helpful review" that states that it's not $40 good is probably incorrect at this point in time. With that said, I've seen it drop between $20-30 fairly frequently, so you can always wishlist it and wait for one of those opportunities. It's well worth it.5Finally, the Diablo we were waiting 10 years forWith Jay Wilson, the most egotistical, narcissistic dimwitted game developer of all time gone, the Blizzard staff finally gave us the game we advised them to - and the reviews here prove it.Everything is better.Auction House - goneNew class = YepCool new modes = checkGreat Gear = checkMinor Bad points:Often with Loot 2.0, you don't get gear for your mercenaries or alts.Too many items are bind on accountSome legendaries are not really...Game is short, too - $40 seems pretty high. $30 = perfect.Anyone who played D3 during beta and launch day should have gotten it for free. We told Blizzard how to make a great game (in the beta forums). We told them what they screwed up...and they finally listened. Buy it.5Everything that should of been in D3 but...PROS:- Added Class (Crusader)- Added Act (Act V)- Adventure ModeCONS:- Price ($40?)- Not enough content to satisfy charging near full game priceI first bought Diablo 3 at launch (being a Diablo fan since the first). It had it's problems. Changes were made since then. The Auction House is gone (earlier this year), recent Legendary Drop Rate increase to celebrate the game is now permanent, and now this expansion. However, this expansion should not cost as much as it does. Even when I got it for $30, it's still to much for the limited content provided. Granted, Adventure Mode does add unlimited replay ability (along with Nephalem Rifts and Bounties) but after a certain time, we're going to want more.It may not mean much coming from one reviewer but future "updates" should also include new content. Maybe flesh out certain story arcs with more Acts. Maybe add a new Class (or resurrect another one from Diablo 2). All in all, this expansion does add some nice features and content but isn't worth the $40 price tag. Maybe $30, but if you can get it cheaper (legally), then do it.4I waited years for disappointmentI played the original Diablo, the expansion pack, Diablo II, and the Diablo II expansion. I had 3 characters I saved that had beat the game and waited for Diablo III. Diablo III is just plain disappointing. It is very limited in play time and lacks challenge at normal difficulty. I beat the game with my 1st character without coming close to dying. My saved characters are not transferable, I might as well delete them. I am currently trying Grim Dawn and can say; just starting to play it, it is a much better game. Don't waste your time and money on Diablo III.2On a wrong trackNo big improvement. Still only 6 skills, no direct attach with weapon, every class masters elements. (Are they all wizards?) Diablo II made more sense with the weapons. 4 attributes are jokes, only associated with damage, armor, dodge, resistance and life. What about block, critical chance, life regeneration...? A hero levels up without knowing how to better (critically) attack or block? In Diable III, people just do all in on the major attribute and discard the other two. Even torchlight ii did a better job, I need to balance attributes in torchlight. The balance should contribute to my fighting style, in addition to the elements and skills.BTW, on Macbook Air with Intel HD5000, Act V sucks while Act I to VI are smooth. Not solved yet (already 2.4 now).3Great ExpansionReaper of Souls is the expansion to Diablo 3. The new area is cool, the story is pretty good too. Though all you seem to do is fight hundreds of annoying little critter things, which is kind of disappointing. But all the new additions this game brings, like the new level cap of 70 and the Crusader character to name a few, it adds even more to the end game content, allowing you to spend two lifetimes playing it if you choose to do so.But do not buy this game unless you own Diablo 3! You need it to play this.If you don't own Diablo 3, then go and buy it quickly, you don't know what you are missing!5Just like Hellfire and all the expansions that have come afterI have been playing the series since Diablo 1, and knew what to expect with this expansion. Just like Hellfire and all the expansions that have come after, RoS is a classic Blizzard cash grab and as always, a very good one. Expansions of the Diablo series are different than those of many other games because of the many ways that Blizzard has always allowed their customers to play their games. RoS is the same, and in my opinion delivered a decent value at the full retail price of $40, and is a downright bargain at the recently reduced $20.Pros:1. In classic Blizzard style, the "rules" of the game have been re-shuffled, encouraging creativity and experimentation. Could this have been done via patches? Some of the changes maybe, but not all of them. And patches don't pay the bills.2. Many changes are absolutely in the right direction in my opinion. Balancing of skills, obsolescence of old builds and steering players towards revisiting old quests/areas of the maps have freshened things up for veteran players.3. The Crusader looks fun. I have only logged a few hours with my Crusader build but it feels like the old Paladin of D2 in some ways, which is a good thing.4. Despite it being an expansion, the game is approachable. D3 has thankfully not reached the overblown, over-hacked, over-cookie-cutter and overall complicated levels of D2 in its final days which made that game appear extremely unapproachable to new players. While you can still bury yourself in formulas and analytics calculating DPS and breakpoints, playing casually can be enjoyable.Cons:1. From a semi-serious player's perspective, the end-game is EXTREMELY costly from a time-investment standpoint. This was somewhat the case even with the original D3, but subsequent patches and now RoS have raised the ceiling on characters so far that the highest difficulties of the game have been made to be nearly impossible for all but the most elite players (aka the ones who spend the most time on the game). Case in point: items with multi-hundred additions to player stats. When it is possible to accumulate over 1,000 points in additional stat enhancements from items, the bad guys simply have to be that much tougher to accommodate the very few who can achieve those sorts of stats. And for those who can't? T6 is like a penthouse in Manhattan or a Bentley Continental for the other 99%.That is the only con, which isn't really a con as it is a hallmark of Blizzard games.4good game but Blizzard treated us bad with this set up!I have games so that when I am bored I can play them. When my internet goes out is one of these times. I am NOT an online gamer anymore but I have all the old Diablo and Warcraft games and I was looking forward to trying Diablo 3 and expansion when the came in the mail. So my internet went out and I thought perfect time to try it out....wrong! You cant even play single player without being on the web, when my internet came back the next day I installed Diablo 3 and entered the product key, as soon as I went to enter the key for Reaper, the Blizzard server went down and I couldnt! I tried going to support to do a chat or get a phone call from them, that was a nightmare and all the support links would crash except getting a call. First, you have to fill out a little form (normal), then you have to do these 2 diagnostic things on your computer that they have instructions for, you have to save thew files to your desktop and attach the file on the form, I do all that and click next...SERVER DOWN TRY AGAIN LATER!! I bought this game, I have the box for both game and expansion and it is pathetic I have to go through this just to play a game by myself on the computer, and it is a shame that I will not even be able to play when I go to the lake home. The game is pretty good but the hassle and internet requirement make it impossible to give this game more than 3 stars even though the first 2 Diablo games were absolute masterpieces and I have been anticipating this game for like...10 years!UPDATE: I have had this game for quite a while now, and my friend from back home got it so we can play together online. It is extremely fun, all aspects of the game are connected (stash, money, artisan upgrades, etc...) This game, although does not excite me like the previous 2 did, is a very fun game that we seem to get lost in for hours. I can not blame the game for me not getting the same feeling I did when I played the first 2, I am an 80s baby so I was still a child when the first 2 came out and obviously had a lot more free time. I remember staying up from Friday after school until Sunday night playing the original one and using Raymond's Diablo trainer to hack the game. I do not think I will ever get the same feeling from games now that I am older and married and work but when I have the time to play this game it is a really good game. I do not like that you have to deal with the hassle of online code redeeming and and all that B.S. but the game itself is great, I would have given it 5 stars all day if I could just install the disk and play it.3Diablo IIII have played the Diablo games since the very beginning and they keep getting better. This expansion is no different, sure you only get one new act and one new class but you also get to do rifts and bounties which add more to the game. Plus the one new act you get seems to be longer than the first ones but that could just be me. The only thing that I can really complain about doesn't have to do with this expansion it's self but the entire Diablo III and that is you have to have the internet to play which limits where you can play or you get disconnected a lot if your internet is acting up.5Patch 2.3 Updated Review - GREAT Expansion!!I felt like I should post an updated review for this game since the top reviews are pretty out-dated. As a returning player who hasn't played much since the first season (season 4 is currently in progress) I can give a pretty good perspective on the changes and value of the expansion.Let's start with the changes (as of patch 2.3):- No more rift shards for normal rifts- No more realm of trials for greater rifts- Kanai's Cube added to the game- Additional area added to the game- New legendary gem (bane of the stricken) added- Bounty rewards completely changed- Legendary crafting revampedThese are some pretty big quality of life improvements for people who haven't played RoS in a while, and for people who haven't played the expansion at all...it's a completely different game than the original was. Adventure mode was already the primary means of leveling/progression, and now it's even more friendly for people just starting out. The addition of Kanai's Cube makes gearing even easier initially but still makes it a challenge to obtain BiS pieces with ideal affixes and perfect rolls.-----------------------------------Rifts - Previously you needed to complete bounties in order to obtain rift shards to run normal rifts, then you needed to complete the trial and level up your keystone. If you wanted to run in a group you had to all have the same level keystone, it was a pretty annoying system design. That's all gone. You no longer need rift shards, meaning you can run rifts from level 1 without being forced to do bounties (although there are actual rewards for bounties now!).You also no longer complete a trial but instead get to choose what level to complete based on what you've completed previously and keystones no longer level. Since you no longer level them that means playing with a group is as simple as choosing a level and everyone accepting (you each need a key). It means you will need to farm greater rift keys more often but they drop very frequently in higher torment levels and it's very easy to get geared to that level. Rifts are significantly more enjoyable now with the extra torment levels (7-10) and legendary drop rate feels good, on higher torments you will frequently get at least several drops per run and greater rifts above 40 (pretty easy to get to) drop many.-----------------------------------Bounties - The removal of rift shards means that they had to revamp the rewards for running bounties, they also added additional missions and changed how bonus acts work. Bonus acts are no longer random, they rotate and each run for an hour, so if act 1 is the bonus it will remain the bonus every new game until the hour is up. However, when you complete a bonus act a *NEW* act becomes the bonus act. That means you can complete all 5 acts and receive a bonus for EACH one in a single game without remaking. Since the rewards are actually worthwhile now it makes running a full set more meaningful.In addition, you get two caches when you complete a bonus act. The first has a chance to drop an act specific legendary, along with the new act specific crafting mat and some random crafting mats. The bonus cache includes more act crafting mats, gold and some blood shards. I'm not sure which cache drops them, but you also get the crafting plans (gems/blacksmith) from the bounty rewards. The act specific crafting mats are *VERY* important now because they are used for the new crafting system and also for Kanai's cube which I'll talk about shortly because it's one of the biggest changes in the game. You will want to learn to effectively split farm bounties, where a group of people each complete a mission on their own, it makes it possible to complete a full set of bounties in roughly 15 min when it could take an hour or more solo.-----------------------------------Crafting - There are no more legendary crafting mats in the game, so no more farming purple mobs over and over hoping to get the rare drop needed to craft something. Since the patterns are no longer world drop (as I mentioned above they are bounty cache rewards), that makes getting a set of crafted gear much more reasonable. You run bounties as you level or split farm them when you reach 70 and that will allow you to make a starter set of legendary gear to help you jump into torment and start farming the class sets.In addition, they have consolidated the crafting mats and there are no longer pre-60 and post-60 mats. That means that a level 40 legendary will turn into the same crafting mat as a level 70 legendary, so while you're leveling you will want to salvage everything and save those mats for when you're 70 since they can be used to craft gear and in the cube as well. Just make sure you hold onto any Puzzle Ring's or Bovine Bardiches, don't salvage those!-----------------------------------Kanai's Cube - The single biggest change to the game since the expansion itself. Kanai's cube allows you to use various materials to perform different actions with items to your benefit. It allows you to change one stack of basic crafting mats or gems into another, you can "re-forge" a legendary which will re-roll it as if it had just dropped, you can extract legendary powers (affixes) to equip them to your character, you can convert a set piece into another piece of the same set, and most importantly: you can upgrade rares into legendary gear.Each "recipe" requires different mats, many of which include the basic crafting and act specific mats. Upgrading a rare costs 25 Death's Breaths, and 50 each of the basic crafting mats (yellow, blue, white) and will turn a specific 70 rare item into a legendary or set piece of the same type. That is incredibly important, it allows you to target farm weapons and armor. For example, a Barbarian currently wants to be running the Bul Kathos 1H mighty weapon set for Whirlwind builds and since there aren't many 1H mighty weapons you can typically upgrade anywhere from 5-10 rares (250 DB) and get both. That's a single evening of play-time, when farming the set traditionally could take dozens of hours or even weeks of play time.Reforging is also a big deal because it allows you to take an exceedingly rare item that dropped with really bad stats and re-roll it until you get what you want. Get Hexing Pants on your Barb but it rolled with Int? Instead of enchanting Int to Str you can re-forge it and then are still able to enchant another stat. The one caveat is that if you re-roll an ancient item (the rare upgraded variant, 1:10) it is NOT guaranteed to be an ancient, you have the same 1:10 chance. It does also work the other way, if you roll a normal item it CAN become an ancient so that is a good method of getting a very good item if you farm up the expensive mats to do so.Kanai's cube also has a couple special recipes, entering a puzzle ring by itself will destroy it and open a portal to the goblin vault. The goblin vault on higher difficulties can drop anywhere from 30-100 million gold, a bunch of items, gems and legendary gear. Getting someone to carry you through a T7+ vault is a GREAT way to get a jump start on a new character so that you don't have to worry about gold in a new season and also gives you the boon of the hoarder legendary gem. The bovine bardiche opens a portal to the not a cow level that will always include a couple pool of radiances and is a great way to get shrines before pushing higher greater rifts with a group.Finally, you can enter a piece of gear and a level 25 gem of ease (legendary gem) to remove the level requirement from a single piece of gear (level requirement 1). This allows you with a bit of patience and OCD to create an entire level 70 gear set with level 1 requirement for powerleveling alts. I have personally greated a set of crafted gear (cains, borns, etc) with exp boost and it takes under 30 minutes to solo level to 70 in torment 6, although if you are playing HC you will want to drop that a couple levels and play a bit more careful since losing all that gear would be DEVESTATING since it requires leveling at least 9-10 gems for a full set.-----------------------------------Overall Impressions: Reaper of Souls is a significant improvement over Vanilla Diablo 3. The addition of seasons, adventure mode and the change to paragon levels and the switch from a trade-based AH to smart-loot has made the game significantly more fun. Seasons introduce new gear sets, legendary gems and keep things fresh by resetting things every few months while consistently rolling your progress into your non-seasonal progress.Act V was pretty fun but the real star is adventure mode. Bounties are far less tedious now than they originally were and both normal and greater rifts are fun without becoming a burden for people who only play an hour or two a couple nights a week. It takes a relatively short period of time to reach max level if you are familiar with the game and gearing with the new options (blood shards, cube upgrades) in addition to the crafting revamp is easier than ever. I have estimated that within 20 hours you can easily be speed running the newer torment levels (7-10) and be above GR 40 solo on most classes.From a balance perspective they have done an admirable job of presenting different sets/builds as viable for even high-level play. I have seen at least 2-3 different builds for each class I play become popular for progression over the course of the past few months, something that was unheard of in previous seasons. Class balance is still a bit hit or miss but that is to be expected and shifts from patch to patch, each class is able to attain GR60+ for the seasonal conquest with EASE in the duration of the season.The graphics and atmosphere are still good, although the graphics have never been the emphasis of the game. The game engine has some slight issues with performance in group play with certain builds (rend barbarian, helltooth witch doctor) but the issues are relatively minor unless you're running on a toaster and have been acknowledged and are being worked on for a future patch. The only actual criticism I have for the appearance of the game is the lack of UI functions like cooldown timers, DPS information, buff icons, and the basic things that other Blizzard games (like World of Warcraft) have either integrated or in add-ons that they have not added to Diablo. They can be obtained through a third party overlay, but its use is most likely (read: almost certainly) against the ToS and while no one has yet been banned it is definitely use at your own risk.I think RoS is definitely worth the money, although having been out 1.5 years I think at this point a $25-30 base price point and $20 or less on sale would be more appropriate. If you had the original Diablo 3 and never got the expansion I would HIGHLY recommend it, virtually all of the negatives that were present have been addressed at this point and they are continuously working with the community to move forward. I don't always agree with their decisions but they are one of the most proactive developers in the industry and they take their community feedback seriously.5
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