Diablo III

The Diablo series is a popular action RPG game by Blizzard Entertainment. Its latest installment is Diablo III, which was released May 15, 2012 in North America, Latin America, and Europe. Diablo III plans to scheduled to be released in Russia on June 7, 2012. Diablo III set the new record for fastest selling PC game and Blizzard sold over 3.5 million copies of the game on the first day of its release.

Diablo III is a dark fantasy and involves the forces of darkness being pitted against one another. It is about the fallen Angel Tyrael, who lost his memories and his endeavor to restore them.  It is about Nephalem’s fight against Maghda in an attempt to avenge Cain’s death. It is about the battle for the Black Soulstone. Critics rave that Diablo III is more epic than the previous installments.

Russell Brower is the composer of the music for Diablo III. Brower is an acclaimed music composer and three-time Emmy Award winner. Brower was the sound designer for Batman: The Animated Series, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King, World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade, Starcraft II, and Animaniacs. Brower was the former Principal Media Designer at Walt Disney Imagineering. Brower was responsible for the sound effects and mixing of Tiny Toons’ Night Ghoulery, a 1995 tv movie to the cartoon series. He was also the sound engineer for the cartoon series Taz-mania. Brower also worked on the sound effects in the Real Ghost Busters and the Back to the Future TV series. Currently, Brower is the director of audio and video at Blizzard Entertainment.

The game starts with a guitar solo being played as the game installs. It gets gamers excited about the game and helps them indulge in the gameplay. The music of Diablo definitely contributes to the game as a theatrical experience.



Written by Warren Trinh

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3 thoughts on “Diablo III

  1. Astrid Luna

    Haven’t gotten to play yet but listening to the clips and reading the analysis makes me excited!

  2. Diablo’s music and atmosphere are some of its strongest points. Even Diablo II maintains a distinct sound and mood that cannot be found in other games. The audio alone bolsters the outdated graphics. The theme upon entering Tristram is chilling.

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