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Topic: With Diablo III for the Switch You Can Take Sanctuary Everyw...
Posts: 4773
Location: Melbourne, Victoria

Out earlier this month Blizzard's Diablo III: Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch is match made in the High Heavens. Or Burning Hells. Being able to take the seminal action-RPG on the go adds new meaning to the experience, where the immersion and portable demon slaying can spill over into the real world.

Don’t let the name fool you, the world of Sanctuary as seen in Blizzard’s Diablo III is not a place full of rainbows and unicorns. Although, in a clear bit of fun, a hidden realm almost exactly like that called Whimsyshire can be found in your travels. Hidden behind a rainbow coloured portal left behind by one of the rarer Treasure Goblins that roam the dungeons, plains, and depths of Sanctuary. But we digress.

In Diablo III, Sanctuary represents the human realm and physical world created between the High Heavens and the Burning Hells. It’s here in ‘Sanctuary’, however, where the Eternal Conflict between angels and demons has spilled over into the towns, villages and once idyllic countryside -- and budding heroes have no choice but to take up arms and slay all manner of monstrosities. All in an effort to save the world and, naturally, look good doing so.

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Posts: 16876
Location: Cairns, Queensland

Already PC & XBox'd ...

How many times am I going to buy this bloody game?

Edit: wtf this game is MA15+, the same category as Black Ops 4 and GTA IV? Get the f*** out, I'ma break the law on this one it seems.
Posts: 4785
Location: Melbourne, Victoria

Did you buy three copies hoggy?
Posts: 16877
Location: Cairns, Queensland

Yeh one for each Switch :)
Posts: 1028
Location: Brisbane, Queensland

I bought it not knowing how much I was going to play it (already own on PC and PS4), and dumped 30 - 40 hours in real fast. Waiting for next season now. Great to play on the couch while watching TV. I’ve also found the same with Smash Ultimate. Lots to unlock. Easy to pick up and put down while watching TV. I love the switch!

Despite being nearly all physical with my switch collection, I got these 2 games digital and I’m regretting not doing the same for MarioKart. I don’t want to screw around with carts when I feel like playing one of these games.
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