The multiplayer dungeon-crawler has come a long way since 1985. Or, in other words, it’s come a long way since the release of the original arcade version of Gauntlet, arguably the first game of the genre and the gold-standard until Diablo arrived around 10 years later. Then again, has much actually changed? If this new take on the classic dungeon-crawler is taken as an example, then you probably wouldn’t think the genre has moved on at all. Of course, for veterans of the original game, isn’t that ideal? Let’s face it, fans of old games have a tendency to resent big changes - it’s fair enough, but it causes a significant degree of stagnation.