Okay, at least one thoughtful and intelligent review is up:
I disagree with this guy about the voice acting and the storyline. Well, the storyline isn't spectacular, but it's engaging enough if you want it to be.
He's wrong about the view thing. I play almost exclusively in third-person view with my caster, and it works fine. I just have to remember to aim high if I want to shoot straight forward over the ground rather than directly at some monster.
And as far as randomly generating the terrain of a real-life city goes, I prefer a little awkwardness and maybe even a little blandness to having to cover exactly the same ground with every new character I start, and I don't care if it's not actually London, because that's not the point.
Other than that, now that I've played a little more, I'm pretty much on the same page as this reviewer. The game holds up a huge sign saying "Diablo fans will love me" and it delivers on that. But it has some technical issues, the multiplayer experience is not well-defined, and the overall experience, while very enjoyable, is not the revolution a lot of us hoped it would be. On the plus side, the $10 a month premium membership deal means they can afford to add a lot of content going forward, so we won't have to hope and pray for years that our patch 1.10 will finally come out and shake things up.