GamesRadar.com has put up read it all. The third page of the article also contains a small Q&A session, which has some interesting topics:, and goes through things we know, and things they think. They don’t seem to think that Diablo III uses , and the preview itself is mostly a re-hash of info we have reported on in the past, accompanied by GR’s expert opinions. It’s all a good read, if you already have
[*]Co-op and Single Player
[*]Banned Health Potions
[*]Old Characters Brought In
[*]3 Years of What?
[*]Appreciate Community Feedback
[*]Diablo III in 2011?[/LIST]
The best little tidbit is the following:
Jay Wilson: I wish people had asked a few more story questions, because we?re bringing back a lot of characters from the previous games. The Barbarian has his own story, and it?s actually meant to be the same Barbarian from D2, the same person. A lot of those characters, we?re trying to pull forward and give them a real place in the Diablo universe – a history and a feeling of depth that I don?t think the previous games have done enough justice to. It?s a great universe with the coolest lore, and we really want to make sure this game serves that.
Something that sounds a bit like we might see a few more old classes playable…Remember to check out the Diablo 3 Media Coverage archive for all interviews and previews related to Diablo 3 from all over the net.