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This old Diablo II commercial, from around the time of the game’s launch in June 2000, is notable for two things. The first is that it’s a rare example of official live-action Diablo.
On the eve of the release of Diablo III, I’ve been hearing chatter about the great Diablo series from office colleagues who I didn’t even realise were fans. It turns out, for example, that Greg from finance not only loves Diablo, but he used scam people in it. Today, the man who pays me is reformed (thank goodness!) and wants to warn you about the kind of shady dealings that occur in games like these.
College is all about getting exposure to new ideas and experiences. For me, after I made friends with a couple of PC gamers my sophomore year, those experiences began to include countless new games. We routinely played Worms Armageddon or Heroes of Might and Magic III (hot-seat mode on both) until dawn and then kept going through the next day until somebody finally won.
Ten years ago today, Blizzard unleashed a second helping of hell on PC gamers. A decade later we’re still waiting on a sequel. Let’s celebrate ten years of Diablo II, while poking Blizzard to hurry up with the third game.
Say what you want about Blizzard’s ability to get Diablo III out the door in a timely fashion. But you can’t knock the developer for its support of older games, especially in light of Diablo II’s new patch.
Online game developer Nitrogen has just announced L.A.W., a post-apocalyptic multiplayer online game for adults designed by the lead artist for Diablo II and a “well-known movie director from the Star Wars”.
Before Blizzard puts the final touches on Diablo III, which we expect within the next decade or so, it’s patching up Diablo II. And Blizzard wants to know what you want to see addressed.