Evil has survived. Diablo, the Lord of Terror, now seeks to free his demonic brothers. The armies of the High Heavens are forbidden to interfere with Diablo's plan. Again, it is up to a ... See full summary »

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(story and dialogue), (story and dialogue) (as Matt Householder) | 4 more credits »
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Marius / Lysander (voice)
Milton James ...
Baal (voice)
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The Wanderer / Tal Rasha / Griez (voice)
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Tyrael / Izual (voice)
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Mephisto / Narrator (voice)
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Paladin (voice)
Liana Young ...
Sorceress (voice)
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Necromancer / Warriv (voice)
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Amazon (voice)
David Thomas ...
Barbarian (voice)
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Akara (voice)
Glynnis Talken ...
Kashya / Rogues (voice)
Tiffany Hayes ...
Charsi (voice)
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Gheed / Drognan / Alkor (voice)
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Deckard Cain (voice)
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Storyline

Evil has survived. Diablo, the Lord of Terror, now seeks to free his demonic brothers. The armies of the High Heavens are forbidden to interfere with Diablo's plan. Again, it is up to a single mortal to stand in Diablo's path, to prevent the Three Prime Evils from reuniting. If that mortal fails, the world of Sanctuary will become a permanent outpost of the Burning Hells. Written by Chris

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Evil Has Survived

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Action | Horror | Fantasy

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M | See all certifications »
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29 June 2000 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The unique Dirk, 'The Diggler Dirk', is named after Dirk Diggler from Boogie Nights (1997). See more »

Quotes

Kashya: If we could only find out how Andariel has managed to corrupt our Sisters, then, perhaps, we could drive out the evil clouding their minds.
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Special thanks to Sluggy Freelance (online comic strip). See more »

Connections

References Trilogy of Terror (1975) See more »

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Made everything from the first one even better!
30 January 2007 | by (North Carolina) – See all my reviews

There's not much bad to be said about this game. It takes all the elements from the first game and makes them better. Better graphics, story, sounds, levels, characters, weapons. I remember playing this game for the first time for about 12 hours or so. It's hard to stop once you start. It excelled on every expectation I had for it. The ending really stuck with me. It is very bad ass. The difficulty I found challenging, but not impossible.

The most addictive part about the game is the level building. There's nothing more satisfying than building your character up super strong and mowing down some demons in hell. The final thing I like about this game is it fulfilled every want I had for the series. There is no need to continue further. This game and it's expansion should be the end of the series in my opinion, but they are that damn good.


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