While the sector of the Internet displeased with the new "colorful" look of Diablo III is busy squabbling and pouting that no one paid heed to their petition, those of you who have no problem with the way the title is shaping up may enjoy the gallery, which contains new concept art and a fistful of new screens.
I'm not touching the color argument with a ten-foot pole, but I have to say I was only a shade less excited seeing these new screens and art than I was the day the game was announced. It looks like it's going to be a rich new experience, and yet still retain that feel that makes Diablo beloved to so many gamers. I can say without a doubt this is my most anticipated game of 2009.
Oh, and also -- I have no info about the header picture above, but let me tell you, I hope she makes it into the final game, because that is one badass-looking b*tch. Take that, generic female sterotype!
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