ARPG fans need to start realizing and pointing out there's a world of difference between an economy driven arpg and a coop/single player arpg.
You simply cannot compare any single/coop (TL, Fate, Grim Dawn, Helsing, Sacred, etc) to an online player economy (PoE, D2/3, Marvel Heroes) in the same sentence. They are similar in gameplay, but one is a few hour distraction with yourself or your buds, the other can become a veritable lifetime of play. One is easily hackable, the other is tight. One is offline, other is persistent. One has no economy, the other is driven by it.
It's like comparing Skyrim to WoW, or NWN to DDO -- just not even in the same league because of the mentioned differences.
Also, I do agree Marvel Heroes is well done. It's geared toward younger players, not too difficult to grasp most things but just enough obscurity to keep them interested - plus superheroes!This comment was edited on Sep 1, 2015, 12:35.