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Submitted by ViktorZangiev 584d ago | review

Torchlight 2 Review (Empty Lifebar)

Torchlight 2 has left behind the single town and infinite feeling dungeon for an expansive world that is quite undefined. The reason is because Torchlight 2 is unique and it doesn’t just randomize dungeon maps but randomizes the entire overworld. Only city maps remain the same, the rest is completely random down to the quests. It is mind boggling that Torchlight 2 manages to offer a unique experience every new game you start regardless of the character. No two playthroughs will be the same or even look the same, find another loot driven game that is doing this. (PC, Torchlight II) 5/5

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