The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has released a listing for Diablo III: Eternal Collection, which is apparently heading to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Spotted by users on Twitter and NeoGAF, the listing awards the title a Mature rating and doesn’t reveal much else but as many have already guessed, we too think this could be some sort of a “complete edition” that includes all the content released since the Ultimate Evil Edition. Blizzard has yet to make a formal announcement so we’ll update our readers when we have more info. As a reminder, here’s what the Ultimate Evil Edition included: The console-exclusive Ultimate Evil Edition includes all of the content from Blizzard’s award-winning action role-playing game Diablo III, as well as new features and updates from the critically acclaimed Reaper of Souls expansion, including Adventure Mode, Act V, the Crusader class, leveling to 70, new Legendary loot, new crafting options, and much more. What do our readers think of this? [Source: ESRB via Wario64 (Twitter)] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Illustration: Angelica Alzona With pure luck and a crappy costume, I met my significant other at a sci-fi convention. Our relationship blossomed around our shared passion for nerdy things, and we got engaged at WonderCon. Thus started our next adventure: planning, and paying for, a wedding. Surprisingly, Diablo played a big role in the process. Advertisement Planning a wedding is incredibly stressful. You’ve got to decide on flowers, tastings, dresses, mothers, plane tickets, venues, parking, down payments, suits, rehearsals, guest lists, DJ’s, and so much more. They say that the first year of marriage is the first big test on a relationship, but that’s a lie. The first big test is not killing each other as you plan a wedding. As soon as we set our wedding date, we started to get snippy with each other. Date nights and wedding-free discussion meals weren’t cutting it. We needed an outlet to destroy our stress just so we could sleep soundly. Some of our normal hobbies, like cosplay, had to be shelved for a while because we were footing the bill for our wedding. Gaming started to take over, as it was relatively cheap, and we could both had enormous backlogs to…
[embedded content] Yesterday marked the 20th anniversary of Blizzard Entertainment’s Diablo franchise, which saw its first release in 1996. To mark the occasion, the developer released a video (above), in which some of those who worked on the series share their favorite memories. Diablo‘s 20th anniversary will be celebrated across all of Blizzard’s current titles including Overwatch. While we already know about Diablo III‘s in-game events including The Darkening of Tristram, Overwatch is set to receive in-game sprays representing Diablo III classes as well as a new player icon modeled after the Lord of Terror. Over on its website, Blizzard wrote: Whether you first played Diablo two days or two decades ago, we want to thank you for bringing your unrelenting passion to the franchise. Your support and feedback continue to help us shape the world of Sanctuary, and it’s a true honor and privilege to walk alongside you on this journey. Happy 20th, Diablo! [Source: Battle.net(1)(2)] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!