Top 10 Best Blizzard Games, Ranked Best to Worst: Page 6 of 10

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6. Diablo III: Reaper of Souls

Crusader, meat tank

Crusader, meat tank

Diablo III was a disappointment for many fans, thanks to what was perceived as a dumbing down of the gameplay, its always-online requirement, and the highly dubious nature of the real money auction house.

Enter Reaper of Souls, Diablo III’s expansion – number six on our list of best Blizzard games.

Bridge to nowhere

Bridge to nowhere

Reaper of Souls not only introduced the highly enjoyable Crusader class, it also addressed many of the issues that plagued the original. The loot system received a substantial upgrade, the difficulty progression was tweaked, and it comes with the glorious Adventure Mode, which extensively increases the game’s replay value beyond the campaign’s end.

The story is also an improvement over the original’s. This time, it involves the rogue Archangel, Malthael, who, as the Angel of Death, wants to wipe humanity off the face of creation. He's a definite improvement over Azmodan and his what's-his-face brother, who were written so poorly they give Scooby Doo villains a run for their money.

Our rating – 5/5

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