I played the demo and I thought it was fun, but not worth $15. Then I saw that it was on sale for $5, and I picked up it right away, with the plans on my brother and I playing over live. Well, it appears like there is no xbox live play, and worse yet, the coop player doesn't get to save their character...thankfully I just spent $5, but I wouldn't have spent any if I would have paid more attention and didn't just get sucked in by the price sticker. --- Xbox 360 Gamertag/Playstation Network - Dethmetal42 i5-2550 @3.4ghz | 16gb DDR3 1333mhz | AMD 6950 | 240gb ssd | Coolmaster Silent Pro 1200w
#2EremyndilPosted 12/28/2012 3:39:20 PM
Yeah, $15 seems a bit steep considering there is no online (though there is couch co-op) and nearly all enemies are very fast. During the sale (which lasts until the 31st) I enjoyed the demo so I bought it. Torchlight 1 on the other hand is a fantastic game in this genre and it doesn't includes any sort of co-op. --- 2005: Console gaming's (early adopter) consumers become pay-to-play game testers (bugs/glitches) Stanley Woo: "we, BioWare, don't owe you a patch"