I was hoping for Linux or Raspberry Pi release of the original un-remaster version.
The original plays pretty well on Linux in Wine. I was going through the Den of Evil this morning to try it out, I haven’t touch that game in years.
For Action/RPGs I really liked the Balder’s Gate: Dark Alliance games for XBox, PS2 and GameCube. As well as the Champions of Norrath: Realms of EverQuest games for PS2. They were a little more comfortable to play being controller based instead of the somewhat awkward mouse interface of Diablo 2. Balder’s Gate: DA has a good story but it’s very linear. Lots of items to collect and upgrade. Very good 2 player co-op support.
If you don’t like spending money, then try Path of Exile. It’s like Diablo 3 but much more polished. It’s a tough game. Your first character build may have problems completing the higher level content. It’s generally worthwhile to accept that you’ll have a “practice” character that you throw away before committing to a more planned out build. (either plan your own, or check out the hundreds of build guides online). PoE’s skill system is absolutely bonkers. Any class can access any skill in the entire game. Some skills completely alter the game mechanics, such as giving you complete immunity to a certain type of damage but also setting your hit points to 1 permanently (so all those +1 HP nodes you picked up on the skill tree are worthless). Not that people usually pick up such a double-edged skill, but certain builds don’t need any hit points because like I said: bonkers.