Veteran players are understandably less than thrilled when they hit Diablo III's 60th level. Fortunately, Blizzard is adding 100 new levels - all of which will roll out under the auspices of the "Paragon System" when version 1.0.4. of the game goes live.
Most of us know the sale of in-game virtual goods can help players make some decent money in the real world. But $10,000?!
Blizzard has rolled out a another Diablo III hotfix - effectively eliminating a "God Mode" exploit that made Wizard-class players invincible.
A "God Mode" exploit that makes Wizard-class players invincible has reportedly been found in Blizzard’s Diablo III.
Blizzard's long-awaited Diablo III is the first PC-only game to dominate the top of the sales charts in what seems like years.
The long-awaited Diablo III went live just about a month ago, shattering game sale records despite a number of launch related issues.
Blizzard rolled out a number of new hotfixes yesterday for the wildly popular Diablo III.
Diablo III has certainly experienced more than its fair share of issues since launch day.
Blizzard has finally put all the woes centering on the rocky launch of Diablo III behind it.
The video game market ebbs and flows with the state of our economy. When times are tough, people stop buying video games and related hardware. When the economy picks back up, gaming gear purchases rebound.
Despite all the launch woes with servers going down and gamers not being able to play, Diablo III has been setting major industry records.
Blizzard's Diablo III has received quite a lot of attention from the press over its record breaking sales streak - despite a slew of launch-related server issues and alleged hacks.
Despite a number of server and security related issues, Blizzard managed to shatter sales records with the long-awaited Diablo III.
A number of Diablo III players recently claimed their accounts had been hacked - leading to the theft of gold and other items.
The launch of the long-delayed and much-anticipated Diablo III has been plagued by various issues in recent days.
Gamers have been waiting years for the latest installment of the Diablo franchise to go live.
Gamers all around the country have been anticipating the launch of the third game in the long-running Diablo franchise.
After tempering expectations for the PC launch, Blizzard is saying a console version is actively being explored.
In a world where seemingly every video game marketing exec tries to convince people that every product will be a revolution in the industry, Blizzard is being refreshingly candid.