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Schaefer wants 'Minecraft-like' creation for Torchlight II Poll

Posted: 24.10.2012 by Technet2k

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Max Schaefer of Runic Games says he hopes to bless action-RPG Torchlight II with a set of creation tools not dissimilar from Mojang's Minecraft. He'd love the "building and resource aspects" to translate.

It would make the ARPG experience more than "just wandering from one monster to the next" and smacking them on the head. Schaefer wants a greater sense of permanence.

Torchlight II 1.12.5.7 patch now live on Steam

Posted: 07.10.2012 by JonahFalcon

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A new patch, version 1.12.5.7, is now available for Torchlight II that fixes and tweaks a good portion of the game.

Runic "eager to break that mold" of action RPG wth Torchlight Poll

Posted: 05.10.2012 by Technet2k

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The next instalment in the Torchlight series is unlikely to be so direct a sequel as Torchlight 2 has been to the original. In fact, Runic want to take the action RPG mold and break it "a little bit."

The studio won't be leaving the ARPG arena as it's their "sole marketable skill" among the team. The early success of Diablo 1 "sort of stuck" with the veterans, but now they want a "twist on it".

Torchlight dev wants to make something new

Posted: 05.10.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Runic Games CEO Max Schaefer is basking in the success of Torchlight 2, and has already confirmed that there will probably be a third game. However, Schaefer states that the developer would like to do something completely new.

Torchlight II demo now live, $20 gives "bigger community" Poll

Posted: 21.09.2012 by Technet2k

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Runic Games' Torchlight II is now available to buy for the PC and a demo of the action-RPG is also available. The sequel dungeon crawler is priced a just $20, which the studio think is perfectly ideal.

During an AMA session on Reddit, Runic co-founder Max Schaefer said it was $20 "because we want a bigger community," and the game's digital release makes it "economically viable", unlike retail.
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