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Submitted by GamingNexus 1227d ago | review

Torchlight II Review - Gaming Nexus

From the review: "There's been an awful lot of loot dropping on my PC over the past week. Between Torchlight 2 and my continued foray into Diablo III I had plenty of dungeon crawling to occupy my time lately (and that's with me trying to stay out of Borderlands 2 as best I could). Everyone knew that the follow up to the original Torchlight was going to be an excellent title, and I'm pretty much here to affirm that today. But is it better than Diablo 3? Well, that's a difficult call to make, since each game has strengths and weaknesses that seem to mirror each other. Where one game excels the other seems to flounder, and vice versa. But as it stands I can say that Torchlight 2 is a marked improvement over its predecessor, and Runic Games should be applauded for their success at providing a quality product (that worked out of the box on the first day of release)." (PC, Torchlight II) 9/10

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