Yesterday I went to the footy to watch my beloved Demons demolish the Hawks. A feat that they have not been able to do for 10 years. As a result I have no voice from screaming at opposition players and cheering every time the Melbourne Demons did something courageous.
So today we had to cancel our scheduled catch up, postponing it for a week. I thought it would be a good idea to add a few book reviews one some of the great gaming related books released.
The first book review … (drum roll) … Diablo 3 Strategy Guide, published by Brady Games.
Despite being around for a long time now, Diablo 3 still rates up there in my top ten games.
The strategy guide is more aimed for the hardcore Diablo III fans. Gamers that want to immerse themselves in Diablo 3 even when they are not playing it. While it would be a handy companion for someone new to the game, it’s appeal leans more to die-hard Diablo players. This particular version of the strategy guide only covers the original game, not the expansion.
What you get
Quest Guide: An in-depth look at the 31 quests spread over the four Acts.
Character Analysis: Perfect for those players who have already defeated Diablo and want to play the game from scratch as a different character. This book includes strategic and tactical information to help with what skills to build on. It also includes info on followers
Monsters: What to know what you are up against? This gives you all the glorious stats and special abilities for players like me who love this kind of information!
Weapons: Covers all the base weapons and has info on set items including Legendary sets!
And much, much more.
For serious Diablo III fans like myself, I ran to my nearest EB Games to grab this book. It’s a great read for a long car ride to fight off those Diablo 3 withdrawals when you do not have access to the game. It would probably appeal to hardcore dungeons & dragons fans also who like the Diablo series.