Diablo III can now be considered a successful addition to the legendary click and kill PC based (but also a version for PlayStation 1) Anyone who was has immersed themselves in the world of Diablo will never forget the endless hours of leveling up, farming for items and completing the famous “Secret Cow Level.” Diablo III continued the hack and slash tradition with new environments, items, skills runes, NPC’s that follow you, tons of new quests, and a gripping, dark, story-line. Overall the game was refined with a slew of value added elements.
The Secret Cow Level: Diablo II
With the first version Diablo III now in the annals of gaming history, the time has come for the Expansion Pack: Reaper of Souls. Blizzard is well known for making some of the best game trailers out there. The cost to purchase the expansion set is $39.99 for the Standard edition, and $59.99 for the Digital Deluxe edition. The Deluxe edition includes premium in game content such as a spectral hound minion and aesthetic Artifacts, a treasure goblin pet for World of Warcraft (Interesting..), and Crusader Portraits and Decals for StarCraft II.
D3 Expansion includes a bunch of new features such as a new hero, The Crusader, additions to the storyline (Act V), new heights to level up, new gameplay modes such as the the adventure mode where you can travel to any waypoint in any section of the world and completely redesigned loot system with an “intelligent dropping system”