Torchlight for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Torchlight

Mar 9, 2011
8.00
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326th of 1221

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About this game

Developer: Runic Games
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

The discovery of a rich vein of powerful but dangerous magic ore has turned the sleepy village of Torchlight into a thriving boomtown. Players risk their lives to explore randomly arranged dungeons in a variety of treacherous and exciting settings, learning spectacular skills and finding the most exquisite and powerful treasures.

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Critic Reviews

17 Reviews
7.99
Adam BiessenerMar 09, 2011
For all that, it's a better dungeon crawler than most everything else that has been released post-Diablo II. Torchlight is a celebration of the silly fun of building an overpowered hero and tearing through hordes of monsters. We'd all love co-op (which is coming in the sequel, announced last year), but my advice is to appreciate Torchlight for what it is rather than complaining that it's not what you want your perfect dungeon crawler to be. You won't be disappointed.
Justin FassinoMar 09, 2011
Look, if you want to grind through a dungeon and you only own an Xbox 360, your options are limited right now. Torchlight was a great game on the PC and it’s still a great game on Xbox Live Arcade. It’s the right size adventure to be snackable or serve as a full gaming meal depending on your time allowance. It’s fun, nice to look at, and will scratch your OCD itch of needing the next level of plate mail to complete your awesome battle attire. You can’t go wrong, go download.
John LearnedMar 15, 2011
After having played the PC version of Runic Games’ 2009 indie success to death, the idea of us tackling it with a controller was a nightmarish proposition. After merely an hour with it, though, we decided we may never go back. Torchlight for XBLA is a tighter, faster combat experience and feels right at home with an analogue stick and bumper buttons. If action/RPGs are your thing, 1200 Microsoft points will be a pretty small price to pay for what you’re getting out of Torchlight.

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