Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition

Rating Summary

Based on 55 critic reviews
Mighty Man

OpenCritic Rating

90

Top Critic Average

100%

Critics Recommend

Based on 55 critic reviews
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9 / 10
Aug 11, 2014

Ultimate Evil feels like a good place to stand back and see what Diablo 3 actually looks like now, with the auction house dead and the first expansion bedded in. There has been time, hopefully, for players to set aside the game they wanted Diablo 3 to be and understand the game that it is.

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9.2 / 10.0
Aug 14, 2014

Flush with content and prettier than ever, Ultimate Evil Edition is the best way to experience Diablo 3.

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8 / 10
Aug 18, 2014

By ironing out the last few wrinkles from the original console versions, and adding in a few extra features, Diablo finally feels at home with a gamepad.

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9.3 / 10.0
Aug 14, 2014

A stellar port with a few strong new additions makes this the ideal choice for new-gen cooperative play

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9 / 10
Aug 14, 2014

Console owners reap the benefits of two years worth of changes and updates in this conclusive version of Diablo III.

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Aug 17, 2014

Diablo III is a great game that, despite its mouse-and-keyboard roots, adapts to consoles surprisingly well.

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Aug 17, 2014

Perhaps the definitive version of Diablo III, Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition is streamlined, buttoned-down and an absolute joy to play - especially so when you start adding friends.

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Aug 18, 2014

Sure, the soundtrack isn't terribly interesting, the story largely doesn't matter, and the inventory could have a running list of the most recently collected items. But disregarding these very minor gripes, it has all the dangling carrots you want to take a lowly character, beat the game as a Level 59 monk within three days (like I just did), and savor every minute of it.

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9 / 10
Aug 20, 2014

One key element of the game which is solely available to PS4 owners is the ability to remote play the game via their PS Vita. I thought that this would be a huge boon, and realistically given the nature of the game a good opportunity to hack my way through a horde or two via the work wifi. The truth is that the game simply hasn't been optimised enough for the smaller screen, and you're left squinting at miniscule letters and icons trying to decipher what has been said, whilst attacking creatures that make the Borrowers look like giants. The controls on the Vita just don't hold up that well either, with the rear touchpad continuing to be a poor imitation of digital buttons. It's a shame really as one of the key differentiators for people who've already played Diablo 3 would be the chance to play it on the go. I just can't recommend that you do.

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Paul Tassi

Top Critic

9 / 10.0
Aug 20, 2014

It may not shake up the series like the initial console port did, but the game has been refined and distilled into something pretty great all the same. I have an unsubstantiated hunch that there may yet be one more expansion coming, given that D3 has sold 20M copies across all platforms, so we may see more variants of this game yet. For now, enjoy Ultimate Evil as either your 4th go-round in the D3 universe, or your first.

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