to all those about to ask the "should I buy TL2?" question:
no. you shouldn't.
it costs too much.
and the graphics are cartoony, so it won't use your $3000 gaming rig to it's full potential, making your GPU bleed fan-oil.
and there's no Real Money Auction House or DLC to suck-up your money, and no invisible walls *in* maps, to make sure you play exactly like the script tells you to, while holding your hand and telling you when to press the ♥♥♥♥ing mouse button.
oh, and there's cheats built-in this game. what a travesty!
wait until it's on sale for like $1, and even then compare it to the price of some pink pants DLC for TF2 or some other ♥♥♥♥.
and don't forget to write a long, whining "I WANT MY MONEY BACK!" complaint to Steam Support, in case the ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s dare to sell it for $0.9 one day after you bought it for an entire dollar.
dear god I'm sick an tired of people asking this stupid question, about what could possibly be the players-choice game of 2012, being sold for $20 full price, and as little as $9 on sale.
stop using Google to search for porn, and look at the scores and reviews all over the internets.
it's almost as annoying, as guys who keep offering free games to trade for TL2. like Dota2.
so go play a game like COD instead, that costs $50-$60 and is EXACLY like the previous COD game you got last year. for the same price. the one where you finished the single-player campaign in one day, and it wasn't even a record.
oh I forgot - you don't know what "single player" is, because you've been playing D3.
no, the Auction House menus are not Diablo 3. D3's actually the part you occasionally go to *from* those menus. the one with monsters and white loot? yep that's it.