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  1. I've never played Diablo or Diablo II, but I have Diablo III: Reaper of Souls: Ultimate Evil Edition. This is Gauntlet meets Borderlands, people. Effing awesome, in my opinion. The "at any time, you can replay any part of the game you've reached before" option is absolute genius. It really does a good job of being a spiritual successor to the Gauntlet games, and improving on that experience. While the story itself is rather dark, there is also a good amount of humor and snarkyness thrown in to keep things fun. And the loot generator seems to run similar to that from the Borderlands games, where you'll probably never get the exact same item again. I've never beaten it yet, but it's one of those games that makes level grinding fun. And it's one of the few X-Box 360 games that lets you do 2-4 players in co-op mode on the same console. I don't remember how much I paid for it at Wal-Mart, but it's been a good investment. Easily, one of my favorite games.
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