Most action RPGs tend to have a Diablo II clone flavor. These types of games are punctuated by oodles of loot, tons of monsters, and a quick death for those who stop clicking. But Fireglow Games has taken a different approach with Stranger, even if graphically it might look like the same old song and dance.
At first glance, Stranger certainly looks the part of an action RPG. It's played from the 3/4 overhead view we've all grown accustomed from games like Diablo and Titan Quest. But as you wade through your first level, though, it quickly becomes apparent that Stranger is aptly named. From the ground up, this game plays more like an RTS than an RPG.