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Submitted by TheGameScouts 791d ago | review

Torchlight II Review | The Game Scouts

Jordan Powers: When the original Torchlight made its way onto Steam, it was hailed for its ingenious, simple design formula and painterly art direction. While the players devoured every tasty morsel of gameplay that Torchlight had to offer, they all cried out for the same thing: a cooperative multiplayer experience. Runic meticulously dissected the feedback from their player base when they started designing the sequel, and when it came to the overwhelming desire for a multiplayer mode, Runic eloquently said, “we listened.” (PC, Torchlight II) 9.0/10

Deeke  +   791d ago
Very poignant and well-written review!
TheGameScouts  +   791d ago
Thank you! :)

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