Is that painting moving?
Considering how much time has passed since Diablo 2 was released, we'd be worried if Diablo 3's graphics weren't seriously upgraded from those of its predecessor.
The game's vibrant aesthetic caused some fans to cry foul when it was first revealed, but Martens assures that it's still a very mature-looking game. "We wanted to do a painting that came to life," he said. "It's got that epic feel. It doesn't feel cartoony at all. It feels still very grim and dark, but it also has that artistic feel."