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  • Avatar for Sil Sil 2 years ago

    A great read.

    I remember loving this game, still have the CD. Never played multiplayer so all these cheating issues didn't bother me.

    Having bought the original Diablo and having become fond of it, it was a given I would purchase D II as soon as available.

    At the time I was in awe of Blizzard North, and so fond of these amazing cinematics. Kind of funny to learn they were from Blizzard South.

    I tried to play the game a few years ago but could'nt adjust to the low res graphics again.

    But at the time, I found the game's atmosphere, the graphics as well as the great music, haunting and inspiring.

    This atmosphere I could'nt find in Diablo 3 and therefore never purchased the game. I'm sure D3 has lots to offer, but to me it's just another game.Edited 2 times. Last edited September 2015 by Unknown

    Posted in In Their Own Words: An Oral History of Diablo II With David Brevik, Max Schaefer, and Erich Schaefer