If you fancy seeing for yourself what Tim was so satisfied with in his review of Torchlight 2, a demo of the game is now available in locations across the digital internet wasteland. One such place you can nab the demo is Steam.

Don’t forget you can also have yourself a copy of the game’s soundtrack (by Matt Uelmen) for free as well.

In other Torchlight 2 news, Runic is having a look at adding a ‘Guild Grouping’ feature to keep out unwanted or pesky players who keep trying to ruin your multiplayer co-op fun.

For even more on all things Torchlight 2, Torchlight:IncGamers should have you covered.

Peter Parrish

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