Verfasst: 10. November
It's hack-n-slash on steroids or perhaps speed. I've never tried either, but I assume it's one or both of them.
The pace is quick with lots of enemies to fight through and a decent number of customizations and skills for each character class. You level up reasonably fast to get to new abilities. With what seems to be almost unlimited side quests and then deeper dungeons after finishing the main "story", there should be a decent amount of replayability, though it does seem that it can get repetetive if you really wanted to delve farther and farther. The Steam Achievments also make continued play a decent possibility.
The biggest thing on 'roids in this game, though, is the insane amount of loot and coin you will come across on each level. It just keeps coming and coming as you are constantly looking at newer equipment as well as enchanting options to constantly work to get your character that much more powerful.
Too much loot? Not really. Except on special quest levels, getting back to town to sell your extra stuff is almost no problem. At first I would send my pet back to town to sell extra stuff, but it didn't take long and I had enough teleport scrolls to quickly send me back to town. I probably spent as much time going back and forth between town and the dungeons to sell my extra stuff. It is the perfect OCD action RPG as I almost never had to drop anything to make room for something better. Pick it all up and sell what you don't use. You can use the coin to get some of the gems and other enhacements you want to work with that you can't find lying around.
I've played better and spent more time on others, but it is still a satisfying dungoen crawl that will probably call me from time to time to go just a bit deeper or a level higher so that I can see what's more I can do with my character. For it's reasonably quick main quest playing time, it seems almost obligatory to start it over again with a different playing class to see how it changes the experience.
Once again, not the greatest, but more than entertaining enough to make it worth a play through for action RPG enthusiasts.