Itís a bit more of an RPG than my withered hack-n-slash brain was thinking it would be. Thatís not to say it doesnít get straight into the attacking Ė it certainly does. But itís regularly interspersed by chats with the locals, all fully voiced of course, setting you your quests, or giving colour to the world. Things begin in the New Tristram, where after a star fell from the sky, the dead have started rising, and the villagers are understandably concerned. But you, whoever you are, have turned up and prove a surprisingly decent combatant to this attack. You seem the right person for everybody in the world to ask to do everything.