In my mind, this was the most anxiously awaited PC game since Starcraft II came out. Opinions formed on Diablo III often and early, ranging from the online connectivity to the style of the game's graphics. Still, as we have seen in the past, great expectations can often lead to great disappointments. We have seen that with other titles like Mass Effect 3, when many of its loyal fans felt let down by the ending, the multiplayer component or that it seemed more focused on action than tactical or roleplay elements. The other side of the coin is something like Skyrim, that generally was well-received (though bugs - especially on the PlayStation 3, really hampered its release). So how does Diablo III hold up?
The game states: Welcome to the Future. Question is, have we arrived with Trials Fusion?
Ethan finally brings his brand of puzzle solving and platforming to the handheld format. Does it pay off?
Does this futuristic adventure excel, or does it fall somewhat short of the mark?
Mostly throwback with a splash of new, this dungeon crawler is very satisfying.