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|10-07-2012, 11:47 PM||#1|
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Torchlight II Review: Now With More Multiplayer
The original Torchlight took many ARPG veterans by surprise with its art style, storytelling, loot system and much more. However, it lacked multiplayer and had many wanting more than just a single player experience. Torchlight II brings multiplayer and a wealth of other changes to the franchise; do these changes herald a new king of ARPGs?
Read through Brandon's full look at Torchlight II and then discuss it here!
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