Runic has gathered together a compelling body of evidence suggesting Armed Heroes Online developer EGLS ripped a large number of assets directly from Torchlight. EGLS’s response was a flat denial, but Runic boss Travis Baldree told PC Gamer he has no doubt regarding the alleged plagiarism and is seeking to have Armed Heroes Online removed from the Canadian App Store. The whole report is pretty damning; click through for side-by-side comparisons and other intriguing similarities like identical, misspelled filenames. Whoops.
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Armed Heroes Online
Torchlight 2 has been updated, via a patch released yesterday. According to the notes, players can now choose a badger or an owl as a pet. The patch also contains various balancing additions, bug fixes, and crashes attributed to the use of the legendary wand Earth Dies Screaming. Full patch notes are through here. Thanks, […]
Torchlight 2 was released today, and while Runic has post release content plans for it, the studio may decide to do something different between now and the next Torchlight game.