Torchlight Previews - PC

Game Description: A brand-new Diablo-style action RPG from Runic Games, a new studio that rose from the ashes of Flagship Studios. Many of the development staff worked at Blizzard North, who created the Diablo games.
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    Torchlight Interview With Runic Games CEO Max Schaefer

    A few weeks before Torchlight's release, we speak with Runic Games CEO Max Schaefer about their take on Diablo, the Diablo III connection, the possibility of a console port and much more.

    Posted: Oct 12, 2009

  • Sessler's Soapbox: Finding Comfort in Fantasy

    Posted: August 9, 2011

    39,250 Views | 05:18

  • Torchlight 2 Floor Report E3 2011 Live

    Posted: June 7, 2011

    18,961 Views | 01:57

  • Feedback -- Indie Games & MLG Dallas 2011 Highlights

    Posted: April 6, 2011

    18,428 Views | 42:30

  • Indie Games: Torchlight, Beyond Good & Evil HD

    Posted: February 15, 2011

    8,447 Views | 02:30

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, May 20th

    Posted: May 20, 2010

    105,350 Views | 08:41


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