Borderlands 2 is the sequel to the ultimate four-player Role-Playing Shooter loot fest. There are fresh new characters that have evolved with wonderful landscapes, environments. Enemies are more lethal than the previous time. Mysteries are also planted to be unfurled. Keeping everything aside for a while what to see in the game is a new interesting character, the Assassin, whose weapons talk for him. It’s the ninja, named Zero. He has emoticons on his face and does his job from the dark places so as to hide himself and get to kill the target very quickly and efficiently. The skills generally used by the ninja is the invisibility technique and most of the time he would plant a decoy to make his target clueless about his presence. The decoy is interestingly a time bomb that disperses his enemies in a jiffy. Staying invisible also gives the player some time to plan and chalk out his next attack for the bigger distance attacks.
With 5 characters in the game, Diablo 3 offers a 100-hour long game plot but the player can easily hook himself/herself to it for over months and even years as the case may be. The game is graced with the presence of the Barbarian, the Monk, the Wizard, the Demon Hunter and the Witch Dr. who are lethal but in the harder levels the effect of spells don’t quite work.
Needless to say that Diablo 3 is a worthy sequel to the Diablo 2, which was released ten years ago. The previous version was a bit stressful to play but this one is just cool because the skill management is just excellent. One can see the future of his player in the game with the bonus and the gold and silver won by him that will add to the hope to end the game with a blow and also the damage meter alerts you every second on the amount of strength that you have left with the details of the base damage, attack speed and critical hit chance and even advises you to use the armor to reduce damage.