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Sacred 2: 2 player couch coop, 4 player online. Vast, open world with lots of locations to explore, pretty forgettable story, 6 character classes, 2 campaigns (good and evil), spells, armor sets, mounts. Big bosses for loot, several difficulty levels.
Diablo 3: Comes out this month, while I don't recommend the game at full price, it is still good enough for one playthrough. It has 5 classes, 4 player coop, spells, armor sets, no mounts. Split into 4 acts with several main and secondary quests in them.
4 difficulty levels but a very short campaign easily completable in 1 day.
Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom: 4 player coop, lots of items to upgrade, 6 characters to play with different weapon types and spells. Bosses, several difficulty levels and around 6 or 7 chapters each with a number of small levels in them.
Thats all I can suggest, of all 3, I would pick Sacred 2.
Yeah-it didnt sell well at the beginning and Ascaron went under.Thankfully the Sacred franchise was picked up by Deep Silver and Sacred 3 is due by the end of the year.Deep Silver is becoming one of my favorite publishers.