Set in the same beloved universe as Torchlight I and II, this shared-world action-RPG brings back many of the franchise’s signature features and mechanics that captured the hearts of ARPG fans around the world. Led by former Runic Games and Blizzard North co-founder, Max Schaefer, the team developing Torchlight Frontiers is comprised of veteran developers who were responsible for the games that defined the ARPG genre, including the original Diablo and Torchlight franchises.
Torchlight Frontiers combines the heart of the beloved Torchlight series with a shared, persistent and dynamically generated world. In true Torchlight style, players will team up with friends and devoted pets to hack and slack their way through a vibrant world, discover ancient ruins of lost civilizations and brave dungeons filled with riches and dangerous creatures.
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Torchlight III Reviews & Ratings
It looks like Torchlight, and it plays like Torchlight, but it's not Torchlight.Game balance is awful, and even on the highest difficultyIt looks like Torchlight, and it plays like Torchlight, but it's not Torchlight.Game balance is awful, and even on the highest difficulty there is little to challenge the player, mostly in the form of tedious damage sponges. Quests, zones, and enemy encounters are cookie-cutter and perfunctory, lacking inspiration or creativity, and all blend together. The bosses pretty much all fight the same except for the last boss, The game got easier and easier as I progressed, and there was 0 challenge by the 2nd act, and I was completely bored by the third act.The game is also quite buggy. My pet kept disappearing. The button to exit out of the current game doesn't even work. My character kept getting pushed out of bounds where I couldn't move.There's a passable ARPG game here somewhere if someone actually cared enough to make the pieces work together. Torchlight 3 in its current state possesses the bare minimum to be called a game that vaguely resembles Torchlight. It's broken and boring. The olny reason I'm not rating it lower is because I did have mild fun during the first act.
So I just finished the game and here's my review. First thing after I finish the game I really had no desire to continue with the extrasSo I just finished the game and here's my review. First thing after I finish the game I really had no desire to continue with the extras better afterwards. Which is not a good sign. See how this game was released a year ago I'm quite distraught by how they didn't fix the bugs in the game. It just feels like they didn't care about improving the quality. One thing that happened all the time was my pet would disappear. I would have to go back to my fort and swap out the current pet to a different pet and then re swap the other pet back in in order for it to show up. This happening over and over again was so annoying. And it looks like a bug that could have been fixed especially since the game was released a year ago. By the end it just became so boring too. There was nothing new about the game. I did like the Spells but I just was invested in it. Why couldn't you fix the bugs? And by the end of the game I just wanted it to be over. And now I'm glad it is. I like to grind but in the end of this just felt like a complete waste of time.
Falta el español también este es juego resiente pero lo debería tener español desde el inicio Espero que lo traducen en el futuro pc
Sadly, in my eyes TL trilogy kind a mimiced Diablo's fates. First - groundbreaking and genre defining. 2nd - more of the same but 1000 timesSadly, in my eyes TL trilogy kind a mimiced Diablo's fates. First - groundbreaking and genre defining. 2nd - more of the same but 1000 times better, bigger and more polished. And 3rd... kind a meh.But don't get me wrong - TL3 is fine - if you are new to the trilogy. And only there and then.
Torchlight III is not a bad game, it’s just a filler, a quick fast food lunch for action RPG fans, one to play once the better games in the genre have been beaten. I feel this game is not one for replayability – once the story is done and the end game content becomes monotonous it is time to move on to something else. This might suit people who do not want to be invested in grinding for hours upon end and simply want to slaughter plenty of familiar enemies for a few hours, but for the hardcore, this will be a disappointment.
|Release Date||June 13, 2020|
|Publisher||Perfect World Entertainment, Echtra Games, Beijing Perfect World|
|Content Rated||T (Teen)|
|Game Modes||Single player, Multiplayer, Co-operative, Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO)|
|Player Perspectives||Bird view / Isometric|
|Genres||Role-playing (RPG), Adventure, Indie|
|Platforms||PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch|