Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition is an excellent re-release of the original game as not only does it provide a myriad of improvements and optimisation on consoles, but it also includes a whole new expansion for the game. Critics happily agree that it is the definitive edition of Diablo III
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Ultimate Evil feels like a good place to stand back and see what Diablo 3 actually looks like now, with the auction house dead and the first expansion bedded in. There has been time, hopefully, for players to set aside the game they wanted Diablo 3 to be and understand the game that it is.
Sure, the soundtrack isn't terribly interesting, the story largely doesn't matter, and the inventory could have a running list of the most recently collected items. But disregarding these very minor gripes, it has all the dangling carrots you want to take a lowly character, beat the game as a Level 59 monk within three days (like I just did), and savor every minute of it.