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Oct 21, 2013
How did this Diablo clone thing come up in the first place?
I mean, it is so obviously wrong that anyone having viewed like 10 seconds of gameplay could see it's nowhere near hack n slay.
All loot is random including stuff bought in stores, new spells are found in the world, hard stat threshold requirements on equipment, durability, and, like Diablo 3, there are cooldowns. The big thing it's missing is randomized levels.

Diablo was originally turn-based. :M

The loot is 98% randomized, not 'all'.


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