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Thursday, September 22, 2011

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Diablo III Beta Early Impressions
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 8 comments

Blizzard Entertainment recently announcement that closed beta testing had begun on the upcoming action RPG sequel, Diablo III. Rock, Paper, Shotgun has posted some early information about the eagerly anticipated game's features.

In fact, much of the scenery is destructible, wagons can be pulverised, and even buildings can crumble as you explore them. Itís bizarre to experience, doubled by its being bizarre for destructible environments to feel so unusual in this genre. But this of course means I now feel obliged to demolish every table, cart and chair I encounter. I must smash. Smash all. And itís worth keeping an eye out of any interesting switches or levers, as giving these a tug might bring down some more ceiling furniture on nearby mobs.
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