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Diablo II: Lord of Destruction

Diablo II: Lord of Destruction

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Release Date:

6/27/2001

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RPG
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Since the beginning of time, the forces of Order and Chaos have been engaged in an eternal struggle to decide the fate of all Creation. That struggle has now come to the Mortal Realm...and neither Man, Demon, nor Angel will be left unscathed... In Diablo II: Lord of Destruction, you will return to follow the path of Baal, the last of the Prime Evils, into the Barbarian Highlands of the north. Traveling with hordes of demonic minions, Baal intends to corrupt the powerful Worldstone, which protects the whole of the mortal plane from the forces of Hell. You will face a new series of quests and challenges to prevent the vile minions of the underworld from destroying the world of Sanctuary.

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One of the more hostile moments in IGN PC's history has been Dan Adams's review of Diablo II -- primarily because he's the sort of guy that believes that games should regularly use more than one mouse button. So this time around to spare Dan the hatemail, the EIC asked a guy who actually liked Diablo II to review the expansion pack. So, as a fan and a critic, I have to say the Lord of Destruction is really good -- Blizzard really revised, tweaked, and added features that will make it a "must buy" for any fan, but there are some serious caveats (actually, only one big one) that you need to be aware of before diving straight in.
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The wide range of character classes to choose from, the forming and perpetual refining of each character, and the sheer breadth of customizing traits available all serve to solidify the replay value of this immense epic.
90

A cool expansion, offering some great additions and gameplay tweaks.
88

If you liked Diablo II, everything about this expansion is a huge improvement.
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Lord of Destruction’s improvements make replaying Diablo II seem like playing a new game...This program is a blast.
85

Leave true role-playing to "EverQuest." LoD, just like "Diablo II," focuses on action over role-play. If that's been your addiction since the game came out, this is your new fix.
90

Adds plenty to Diablo II, and not just a new episode. It actually changes the entire game from start to finish.
93

The expansion is so packed with new features, creatures, classes and items that you could mistake it for a new game.
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