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Friday, September 04, 2015

Diablo 3


Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls is a badass game. I love it. I've played it for a while on my PC, but now that we have an Xbox One, we downloaded it and have been playing it a lot.

While the story lines are obviously the same, there are most definitely a lot of differences between the PC version and Xbox One. First of all the graphics are amazing. On my PC, I have a pretty sweet graphics card, and everything looks great, but holy crap the picture quality is clear, crisp and flows great. The second difference is in the actual game. Leveling up somehow seems much easier on Xbox. I have no idea why, but it seems that way. For those who don't know about Diablo 3, you gain regular levels up to level 70. That's the level cap. From that point on, you gain paragon levels.




  • On my PC, I have a witch doctor who is at paragon level 26. It feels like I've been doing a lot of work and it has taken me FOREVER to gain the few paragon levels I have. That's even playing with someone who is at a much higher paragon level that I have. Even going through rifts!!! But on console, within 15 minutes I was well over Paragon level 100! That's just insane! I do enjoy playing Diablo 3 on the Xbox a little better though. The controls are a lot easier and I like being in the living room instead of having to stay in my office (I play on my desktop so I'm trapped in there) . I honestly don't know if I'll go back to playing Diablo on my PC.It's just way too much fun on console! Eventually I'd like to stream my gameplay, but that will have to he some time later. After we move, get settled, and I have the right equipment for streaming live. If anyone wants to play a bit, be sure to hit me up on Xbox live!


Nerdy love to ya!




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Evon is a lifestyle blogger based in Texas. She has a passion for nerd culture, food and movies. To find out more about Evon, and this blog, take a look at the About Me page!

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