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Submitted by ShiftingBits 661d ago | review

4Player Review: Torchlight 2

4Player - "Taking place a few years after the events of the first Torchlight, the alchemist (one of the classes from the first game) has become corrupted by the The Void, and is now an agent of evil. It is up to a new hero, or heroes, to stop the Alchemist from corrupting the Guardians that protect their world and stop the evil that would be unleashed as a result. For those unfamiliar with the series, Torchlight 2 is a top-down perspective dungeon-crawler RPG developed by the team behind the first two Diablo games. Now, this was an interesting experience for me since I have never actually played a Diablo game or any game like it outside of the first Torchlight. So, no, I never got the feeling of "reliving" the days of Diablo 2 with this game but, regardless, it was a very fun experience." (PC, Torchlight II) 92/100

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