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Months after players have eked the last drop of content out of the vanilla version of Torchlight II, modders are still going strong, twisting, re-vamping and moulding the game into whatever they please.
One of the big differences between Torchlight II and Diablo III is that in Torchlight II, it’s much more difficult to re-spec your character and choose new skills.
It’s like watching an intergalactic alien battle where the combatants are, for some reason, bound to each other by tendrils of glowing white light. In reality, it’s a visualisation of Torchlight II‘s development, provided by its creators, Runic Games.
It’s really been a couple of weeks for hidden easter eggs in games. First we’ve got Borderlands 2, which managed to hide something in what feels like every single room, and now there’s Torchlight II.
Torchlight II is a massive game. It’s packed full of content. You can spend many, many hours hacking away at monsters, questing with your friends, and making mods in this new action-RPG.
Click, kill, loot, level up. Click, kill, loot, level up. Loot, sell, re-equip. Rinse, repeat. Your weapons get more powerful as your enemies get more difficult, and the goalposts move, and move, and move. Click, kill, loot, level up. It’s enough to make you wonder why we play video games in the first place.