Torchlight II

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I'll get it when it's on a disc. I prefer physical media.
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I wont get it at all
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I'd ask what it is but I don't care right now.  I've got Guild Wars 2 and Borderlands 2 to keep me occupied.  I've got 18 or so levels in GW 2 and know it's totally awesome.  Only about 7 into Borderlands and ... well, there's some stuff I don't like (presentation-wise) but overall it's just as amusing as the first.
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I'd rather finish Torchlight 1 first, but no multi = quick boredom for me.
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I loved Torchlight on the Xbox! Any plans for it to go Arcade?
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I loved Torchlight on the Xbox! Any plans for it to go Arcade?


Wait, you can play it with a pad?

This might actually make it interesting. More than "clicking on things till they die" at least.
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I loved Torchlight on the Xbox! Any plans for it to go Arcade?


Wait, you can play it with a pad?

This might actually make it interesting. More than "clicking on things till they die" at least.



So its like Sacred?
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I loved Torchlight on the Xbox! Any plans for it to go Arcade?


Wait, you can play it with a pad?

This might actually make it interesting. More than "clicking on things till they die" at least.



So its like every boring, repetitive hack n' slash ever?




I tire of some later than others (Sacred Gold and Torchlight among them), but I tire of them nonetheless.
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I tried a demo of the first Torchlight on the PC. It was ok, but nothing I'd spend money on.

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I dont get much into rpg video games, the last one I played was Sacred, my youngest daughter got into that one as well, she had problems pronouncing Sacred though and she always pronounced it Secret, shed get soo mad cause shed be telling her mom she wanted to play daddy's secret game and my wife had no idea what she was talking about haha. Anyway I didnt much care for Sacred, I liked to run around and explore so I didnt do the quests in order then that messed me up later on, stupid ordered quests.
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Yeah, it's for the Xbox Live Arcade. And yes, it's just a hack-and-slash-Diablo-style mindless kill/lootfest. But I like those games, on occasion.

I played Sacred on the Xbox, too, and I have to say I liked Torchlight better, because the graphics were more my style.

However, I did like the big lizard mount that my Dryad got to ride around on. I admit I didn't play through the game completely because other games caught my interest more. I think I sold it back a while ago ...

But I really enjoyed Torchlight on the Xbox. I would definitely buy the 2nd one through the Arcade. :-)
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