Blizzard’s latest iteration of their hack ‘n slash Diablo series is making plenty of news, and we managed to get a copy for testing purposes. If you haven’t read much about Diablo III, the short skinny is that it’s not particularly demanding when it comes to desktop hardware. Laptops on the other hand, that’s a different matter. We’ve had some requests to show how the various IGPs and mainstream mobile GPUs handle the game, and with hardware and software in hand we’ve run some tests to provide answers.
If you haven't heard, people have been screaming to high-heaven about their Diablo III accounts being hacked. Blizzard has been working hard to keep these issues out of the press but they did finally make a forum statement about the... Read Post
Blizzard won't be the only one potentially making a profit on Diablo III. Anyone who plays the dark fantasy hack and slash game could, thanks to its Auction House, a new in-game service that allows players to buy and sell loot not j... Read Post
Diablo III finally got its act together, and Path of Exile exists for those after a more old-school hack’n'slash experience, but if you’re looking for a compromise (or just another action RPG to clock), Arc Games is currently offeri... Read Post