Diablo III Sword of Justice Replica Will Smite the Unjust

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July 20th, 2014 by Shane McGlaun


Diablo III fans will recognize this sword prop right away. It’s El’Druin – The Sword of Justice – and it was designed directly from the digital art files for the game. That means it looks like the one Tyrael uses to flay baddies in the game.

The thing measures over three feet long. Sadly, it’s made of plastic that is hand-painted to look like metal, but on the other hand that means it doesn’t weigh 20 pounds. The replica has a pulsating blue light in the hilt that looks all fancy and sh*t.

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Just think how cool this will look the next time you cosplay in a knight costume or feel the need to sword fight your friends over the last shot of Jager at your next LAN party. It’s available from ThinkGeek for $59.99(USD).

If I ever get a sword, I plan to name it the Blade of Infinite Stabbing.

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REMINDER: Diablo 3 Release Date for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One Approaching FAST

Diablo 3 was one of 2012′s most exciting releases for PCs and Macs alike. Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls has already released for the PC and Mac, and will be releasing soon for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS4 and PS3 soon.

Diablo 3 was one of the more popular games released for PCs and Macs in 2012, with the title receiving generally positive reviews from various gaming publications.

Unfortunately no plans were announced for consoles, much to the disappointment of many console fanatics.

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Back at E3 2014, developer Blizzard Entertainment announced that the title will be coming to the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles on August 19th this year.

The trailer of the game was also shown off at E3, which we’ve embedded above. Pre-orders for the game have already started, with a lot of the series’ fans already having a booked a copy of the title for themselves.

Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition will include the original console version of Diablo III and Diablo III: Reaper of Souls expansion pack.

“We’re still working out all the details regarding if and how Ultimate Evil Edition will be supported post-launch,” commented the community manager.

The players will again fight the evil in the fact of the Angel of Death Malthael. The game will also offer many other features which will be disclosed later.

You can pre-order the game at Amazon and GameStop online stores in the U.S. The Ultimate Evil edition will cost $59.99 USD for the PS4/Xbox One and $39.99 for the PS3/Xbox 360.

Be sure to check out the trailer of the game above, and tell us whether you’ll be buying the title this August or not.

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Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition Lands on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One this August

Diablo 3 has proved to be an immense success and that’s why so many are looking forward to updates and patches, as well as various edition, such as the one we’re going to talk about in this article.

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition will be released on August 19 on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and the Xbox One, according to a statement issued by Blizzard Entertainment a few days ago. The game bundle will cost $59.99 on PS4 and Xbox One, and $39.99 on PS3 and Xbox 360. Blizzard said on its blog:

“On August 19, the Angel of Death invades console systems everywhere as Diablo

Diablo 3 Finally Set To Get Official China Release : Will The Latest Blizzard Property Brought Overseas Be Mogui 3?

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Blizzard Entertainment is once again partnering with Chinese company NetEase, Inc. to bring Diablo III to China. This is the fifth Blizzard game series that the two companies are bringing to mainland China, following StarCraft II, World of Warcraft, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, and the upcoming Heroes of the Storm.

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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition dated for August 20 in Asia

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition (D3:ROS UEE) will launch in Singapore on August 20 this year, bringing with it a slew of bonuses and more gory fun times.

D3:ROS UEE‘s Playstation 4 (PS4) version will cost S$69.90 ($56.30), while its Playstation 3 (PS3) iteration will cost S$49.90 ($40). We’ve reached out to Sony to confirm if this date applies to the rest of Asia as well.

As if to celebrate D3:ROS UEE‘s existence on the Playstation console, Blizzard Entertainment has provided a unique Nephalem Rift and a transmogrification set.

The Last of Us Nephalem Rift will feature creatures from the same game (clickers, anyone?) as well as a pervasive yellow spore effect, and is available exclusively to the D3:ROS UEE. The Shadow of the Colossus transmogrification set will award players with the Guise of the Colossi transmogrification plans. These plans will unlock six different armor appearances inspired by the Playstation 2 game, Shadow of the Colossus, and can be used by all classes.

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Additionally, all players who pre-order or purchase the D3:ROS UEE game within its initial shipment will receive the exclusive in-game Infernal Pauldrons. The Infernal Pauldrons can be equipped at level one and provides extra vitality, life per second, and cooldown reduction, and can be redeemed once the game launches in August 20.

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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition is both the Reaper of Souls expansion and an improvement upon it. Along with all the updates we’ve come to know and love in Diablo III: Reaper of Souls, the Ultimate Evil Edition introduces an Apprentice mode that buffs lower-levelled players when they pair up with higher-levelled friends, treasure sharing via an in-game mail system, and play gifts with rare loot. Playstation 3 characters from the original console edition of Diablo III can be transferred to either the PS3 or PS4 versions of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition.


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Reasons to Play Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition on the PS4

The dedicated PlayStation channel on YouTube, PlayStation Access, has posted a video of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition on the PlayStation 4, detailing the five top reasons to play the game on the PS4. It contains all new gameplay footage of Diablo III.

The first reason for playing the game on the PS4 is its fully realized 1080p/60fps performance, which allows the game to run better than even some mid-end PCs, even with dozens of monsters and characters on screen battling it out at a time.

The second reason they suggested is remote play, which they showcase in the video at around 1:33. No other platform supports this feature. Needless to say, you’ll be able to play Diablo III while in the bathroom.

Another reason to play the game on the PS4 is to pick it up for the transmogrification sets based on other PlayStation titles, including Shadow of the Colossus. Also exclusive to the PS4 version of the game is are The Last of Us-themed Nephalem Rifts with enemies and environments from the Naughty Dog title.

The other two reasons provided by PlayStation Access are a load of nonsense, but I’m definitely sold on the game.

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Diablo III The Sword of Justice Prop Replica lets you swing it like Tyrael

by – on July 15th, 2014

I am quite sure that those of us who happen to be avid gamers would also know of Diablo III. Perhaps we have invested the better part of our lives some time back in the past over the first two editions of the game, before throwing plenty of hours into Diablo III, hoping to kill the female-looking form of Diablo this time around. Evil, however, does not remain quenched for long, as there remains the essence of evil hanging around our realm in some form or another. Well, regardless of what comes your way, I am quite sure that Tyrael’s blade, one of the most powerful ever created of course, would make anyone feel a whole lot safer carrying it around with swagger. Called El’Druin, this $59.99 Diablo III The Sword of Justice Prop Replica has been specially built using in-game, digital files.

Not only that, to add to the overall effect, it even boasts of a pulsing blue LED that is located in the hilt itself, with the entire sword measuring more than three feet in length in total. This makes it one cool and essential tool to own if you are into cosplay. With some seemingly magical (although a whole lot more talented than anything else) hand-painting, it just looks like the real deal, albeit being far safer and lighter since it is made out of high-quality plastic. It’ll need a trio of LR44 batteries to power the LED light though.

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Diablo III to launch in China

Blizzard has teamed up with NetEase to bring Diablo III to the Chinese market.

Polygon reports that Diablo III will be the fifth Blizzard title to launch in the region, joining StarCraft 2, World of Warcraft, Hearthstone and the upcoming Heroes of the Storm.

“We’re very excited that with our effort all five of Blizzard Entertainment’s game series will be delivered to Chinese players,” NetEase CEO and founder William Ding said.

“We’ll continue to work closely with Blizzard to prepare for a smooth Diablo III launch in China so that local gamers can start playing this epic adventure as soon as possible.”

As of February Diablo III has sold 15m units worldwide, having sold 3.5m copies in its first 24 hours – a new record. Expansion Reaper of Souls shifted 2.7m units in its first week.

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