The gameplay remains faithful to a franchise that has changed little from the first Diablo (and why should it?). Click, click and click is virtually all you have to do to pass through dozens of dungeons full of baddies while killing them all. Of course, it is not as simple as that, and you must also use your special skills (or spells) and drink all kind of potions if you want to survive.
As usual in the series, as you kill enemies, you gain experience and can level up your character to get the best attributes and skills... kill stronger enemies and get more experience... and repeat.
It is important to mention the huge variety in Diablo III. Starting with the different playable character classes (barbarian, monk, demon hunter, magician and witch doctor), continuing with the enormous number of enemies you will find, and ending of course with the thousands of weapons and armours.
Diablo III is one of the most anticipated games of 2012, a title that boasts overwhelming quality at every level, and an almost infinite lifespan. To say that there are hundreds of hours of gameplay here would be a gross understatement.