Nayelianne302

Joined 12/04/2012

Need some time bending skills.

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I never played any Diablo games, so when a friend recommended it to me I wasn't sure what to expect. He said it involved a lot of hack-and-slash and equip gathering. It didn't seem very amusing, but I decided to give it a shot. Boy was I wrong.

First of all I loved the art style for not being so serious, it was a new experience to me, so it made it all seem less intimidating. I soon found myself playing for hours and never wanting to stop. I do confess only having 3 character choices (and no gender options) bugged me a little, but nonetheless I happily played as an Alchemist, with a wolf for a pet. I spent a lot of time fishing too, and I loved loved loved the shape shifting features. When I found out the game had mods for it, it opened a whole new world of fun for me. I was so addicted.

I'd chat with friends as we played separately on each of our computers and be sad that it wasn't a multiplayer game, it always seemed like it'd work wonders on co-op. So it made me wish for Torchlight II in very little time after the first game was launched. I played Torchlight off steam the first time, but I loved the game so much I bought it on steam too even though I had already played it. :) I recently made a giveaway for Torchlight II on steamgifts, but I didn't have enough money to buy a copy for myself as well. I'm dying to play it though!


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