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Published on May 26, 2012
I tried playing Diablo III on my Wacom tablet for the heck of it.
It does work pretty well, it is overall very playable. You can press on the tablet with the pen to click, the buttons on the pen are for to click / right click so you can use your main abilities. You can use the buttons on the tablet to activate your other abilities, chug potions, display the different panels (skills, inventory).
With the Catalyst Control Center, I set the monitors to be in clone mode, but you can also set it to extended if you want to play on the tablet and use your main monitor for anything else. In the Diablo options, you need to set the video mode to either Windowed or Full Screen Windowed. Since your desktop computer is powering the game, if you have a beasty rig you can set the visual quality to max, which is great.
Sorry if the audio seems to be out of sync, it is actually not even the sound from the same play through. I forgot to record the audio while playing the game, so I thought it would be better if I would include some in-game sound, even if it doesn't match exactly the video. Also I was filming with my cell phone, without a tripod, so I apologize for the poor video quality, I did the best I could with what I had.
Also, I realize I said skill tree at some point, which is incorrect (old D2 habits).