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A Comparison Of Diablo II and Diablo III's Visuals

Posted on Saturday, May 26 @ 16:56:56 PST by Jonathan_Leack
While reading forums I've noticed that quite a few people have been surprised by Diablo III's art direction. The truth is the game looks nothing like the previous Diablo titles, which is a good or bad thing depending on how you look at it. On one hand Diablo III isn't the gritty, unsharpened game that Diablo II was. On the other, it is 12-years newer and looks every bit of it.

I've created a collage of screenshots which compare the two games side-by-side. On the left you'll find the 2000 release, Diablo II, in its full pixelated glory. On the right you'll find World of Warcraft Diablo III, the world's latest addiction.

Check out the collage and let us know which style you prefer.

Related Games:   Diablo 2, Diablo III
Tags:   Diablo 3, Blizzard

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