It can often be quite frustrating when developers continually port games from one console to another. But when that game is one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time, then we welcome it with open arms. Original released back in 2012 for Windows, Diablo III has made it onto numerous consoles and having sold over 30 million copies worldwide. It is something of a gaming classic and yet it is a franchise that has somehow passed this reviewer by.
The Diablo Loot Goblin is certainly a unique and interesting amiibo figure to check out. Just by looking at its box, you can tell the it is quite unlike the rest of its amiibo brothers.
Blizzard have recently revamped their Account Management page and now you are able to link your Nintendo Account to your Blizzard Account on the Connections page!
With all the excitement from fans all around the world about Diablo III coming to the Nintendo Switch, it would be equally exciting to hear what Nintendo thinks about it.
Diablo III is certainly not a game that anyone will imagine to be on the Switch. However, the developers behind so have a reason why it’s coming to the Switch.
Blizzard is getting real chummy with Nintendo as of late, with the studio putting Diablo III on the Nintendo Switch. However, Blizzard hopes that thing can get even chummier with Nintendo, maybe as close as bringing Diablo to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.