The final class profile for Diablo III covers the Wizard, a prodigy whose cockiness is matched only by her talent. Her pool of arcane power regens quickly, allowing her to unleash deadly spells.
The Monk seems to be a mix of the Barbarian, the Amazon and the Paladin. He’s skilled in melee combat, uses his agility to evade attacks and projects mantras to enhance himself and his allies.
Diablo III’s beastly new Barbarian looks like a winner, capable of wielding two full-sized weapons and rage-filled mass demon kills when his Fury meter is fully-charged.
Assuming the game ever actually ships, Diablo III has something special in store for you. The game’s highest difficulty modes – Nightmare, Hell and Inferno promise to kick your ass into eternity.
This cinematic trailer reveals a bit of the story, along with a new boss – Azmodan, Lord of Sin. We can’t wait to see what loot he hides inside his belly. Also Deckard Cain has mad drawing skills.
New gameplay video for Diablo III, showing off all five classes smashing, slashing and casting. Spider summon? Zombie towers? Witch Doctor FTW! Still no release date though.
The $119 headset has 50mm drivers, audio controls on its cord and a retractable mic. The $70 mouse has 7 buttons, 5,000 cpi laser and a matte grip. Diablo-themed mousepads also available.
An early trailer showing the Followers in Diablo III. Followers seem to be more complex versions of the Mercenaries from Diablo II – they have classes, skills and have more equipment slots.
The Demon Hunter is the fifth and last character class in Diablo III, a warrior armed with dual crossbows, built for crowd control. Unfortunately, Blizzard hasn’t mentioned a release date yet.
The artisan is the blacksmith evolved. In exchange for gold, raw materials and recipes, he’ll make you magical and socketed items. Help him train and grow his trade and get better items in return.