Diablo III: Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch
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Diablo III: Eternal Collection

Nov 2, 2018
9.07
playscore
Excellent
23rd of 8601

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Blizzard Entertainment
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Ages ago, angels and demons birthed your world in a forbidden union. Now they've come to claim it. Stand tall among Sanctuary's meek and wicked to battle walking corpses, horrifying cultists, fallen seraphs, and the Lords of Hell. When the High Heavens and the Burning Hells war, humanity must be its own salvation. The Diablo III game, the Reaper of Souls expansion, and the Rise of the Necromancer pack are all part of the Eternal Collection: 7 classes, 5 acts, and seasons' worth of demon-smashing.

Gamer Reviews

1422 Reviews
9.33
whatoplay
0 review
NA
Sep 16, 2021

Being able to play Diablo portably was a godsend. I played the PC version at launch and it was all kinds of janky and unbalanced, but I was pleasantly surprised at how far the series has come. The storyline is awful, and the artwork is more like World of Warcraft than Diablo, so I can't give it a perfect score. But those are minor nitpicks, because the art isn't bad per se, and no one cares about the story anyhow.

Jun 1, 2021

A great dungeon crawler that leaves nothing to be desired with all the distinct classes you can choose from. I love how if I wish to replay the game, I can walk away with a completely different story from my protagonist's class of choice.

MrToad
1.00
Jun 1, 2020
Disgusting
guioiticica18

guioiticica18

Feb 8, 2022
1.10
Chinghan Chou

Chinghan Chou

Nov 4, 2021
9.00
Chris

Chris

Sep 28, 2021
7.50
Fernando Gusman

Fernando Gusman

Jun 26, 2021
8.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

48 Reviews
8.81
Robert BaddeleyOct 30, 2018
The graphics are obviously dialled down a bit to run smoothly on the reduced hardware specs, however, all the text is readable, the creature models and spell effects are detailed enough to be pleasing, and even with loads of chaos unfolding on your screen the Nintendo Switch keeps plugging along without a frame dip in sight.
Mike SplechtaOct 30, 2018
At $60, it makes this game a tough sell for those who have already invested in it elsewhere, along with its expansions, to simply be able to play it wherever they go. However, considering the amount of content included and the hundreds of hours of gameplay available right from the start, and that’s not even counting the Seasonal content that comes to the game on a regular basis, new players, without a doubt, will get the most bang for their buck, even at that price.
Emil GunnarssonNov 02, 2018
The only other negative thing I can say is that in the handheld mode, the UI and text feel a bit small and hard to read. Luckily, you don’t really have to pay much attention to those parts of the game but it is something that could annoy some players.

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