Join Indigo as he looks back and compares Diablo II with its successor, Diablo III in a point-by-point rundown of what made each a great game, as well as their individual failings.
In many ways, the newer game shines brighter, but there are still a few tricks up the elder’s sleeve that may surprise you. Take a look…
WATCH PART 2 ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqZTqCuKu8U
1:45 — Setting, Story and Tone
4:17 — Scarcity Vs. Streamlining
6:46 — Permanence & Customization
10:07 — Technology & Engine
11:34 — Conclusion
Diablo II Soundtrack by Matt Uelmen
HOW TO BUY THE GAMES:
You can purchase Diablo II and Diablo III from the Blizzard store.
Diablo II: Lord of Destruction:
Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition:
GETTING DIABLO II TO RUN PROPERLY:
1. Install Diablo II (and LOD if available) normally.
2. Download and install the latest patches from Blizzard:
3. Follow this tutorial to get graphics acceleration, lighting and perspective to work just as it did in 2000:
4. I highly recommend starting LAN game even if playing solo. This enables unlocked framerate so your mouse cursor isn’t running at 25fps.
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