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Submitted by -Mezzo- 779d ago | review

CSM - Torchlight II Review

CSM - Like its predecessor, Torchlight II nails the strangely compelling formula of kill monsters, collect loot, equip weapons and armor. Part of its appeal is that it's instantly accessible. It has controls that just about anyone -- gamer or not -- should be able to figure out within a few minutes, as well as a slowly elevating difficulty curve that nudges players toward combat mastery before things get too challenging. It also sports a polished, cartoonish aesthetic that should prove welcoming to most fantasy fans. (PC, Torchlight II) 5/5

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