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Submitted by Connoro 1061d ago | review

zConnection: Torchlight II Review

Jorge S. Fernandez writes: "No matter how much critical praise or how many rave reviews they may receive, all multiplayer games live and die by their audience at the end of the day. Diablo III is a prime example of this: while the game received high marks and featured no glaring flaws overshadowing its quality mechanics, its player-base plummeted almost instantly due to its lack of end-game content and replayable incentives. As far as the ARPG genre goes, Torchlight II most certainly qualifies as “the next big thing”." (PC, Torchlight II) 77/100

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