The fifth installment in Gameloft's action RPG Dungeon Hunter franchise has arrived on Android, and it has a lot going for it. There are over 150 weapons, dozens of armor sets, hordes of undead monsters to slay, and more. Dungeon Hunter 5 is basically Diablo, but they don't call it Diablo. Also, this is Gameloft, so Dungeon Hunter 5 is free-to-play.
Dungeon Hunter 5 includes a single-player campaign, as well as online co-op multiplayer mode. You have your choice of starting weapons, but there don't seem to be distinct character classes at the outset. You'll come across a ton of loot while playing, which can be used to customize your character. You can also craft new items by combining gear you find.
The graphics do look quite nice if you can get past the free-to-play mechanics. There are ample in-app purchases to speed up your acquisition of items, ranging from $0.99 to $99.99. So yes, you could definitely spend a lot of money in Dungeon Hunter 5. Gameloft tends to not be too obnoxious about pushing the IAPs, though. Might be worth checking out, although the servers seem to be bogged down right now.