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Submitted by shaneryanTB 818d ago | opinion piece

Playing catch-up: Torchlight

Shane Ryan, Thunderbolt writes:
Torchlight was ported to XBLA in March of 2011, following the original PC release in 2010. It hit a gap in the marketplace for an action role-playing game that played like Diablo with impact, and was a must have for anyone interested in the genre. Set in the fantasy town of Torchlight, you took on the role of a hero sent deep into the mines to stop an evil menace brewing below. This was an adventure spanning two years. (Torchlight, Xbox 360)

WolfLeBlack  +   819d ago
An enjoyable quick read. I really need to get back into Torchlight at somepoint as I spent a stupid amount of hours playing it when it first came out.

I thought it was a real shame Torchlight II never came to consoles.

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