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Titan Quest - PC

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  • Epic adventuring in the ancient world
  • Stunning 3D graphics, with an amazing level of detail and realism
  • Addictive, fast-action gameplay
  • Custom, definable character classes and modifiable skills
  • Streaming, seamless world

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Just remember its hack and slash.I say that because you can get frustrated with how the main quest can send you on missions your to low lvl to complete. So you just go out and kill stuff until you lvl up some more. If you do that,The game wil be alot of fun to play. At lvl 13,the main quest sent me to kill 3 lvl 18 mobs and i got locked in the cave with them to boot. I died quick,so for now i'll just have fun killing stuff or try to find some side quest to do. What really makes the game stand out for me is the character/class system. You can really come up with some interesting ideas. This is a pretty good game.4Titan Quest = Diablo 3If you ever want to play a new Diablo... I HIGHLY recommend Titan Quest. The game is a lot of fun if you like Diablo and D2. When I first started playing it, I was thinking to myself 'eh...it's aight'. After I stopped paying attention to the story line and just started hacking and slashing, I began to really love the game. If you loved the itemazation of D2, then you'll love it here. Seriously the game is Diablo 3.I think the biggest things I like about this game compared to D2 is that everything that aggravated me about D2 was fixed in this game. It's like THQ read the Diablo forums and it's own forums to fix what the customers wanted. The game was made to be FUN and not to aggravating. For instance...when a yellow or higher item drops..you dont have to Identify it with a scroll. You can use it right away if your requirements are right. Speaking of scrolls, you dont have to use teleport scrolls. You can teleport ANYTIME you want to. So say hello to more bag space! Also remember when you were building a character in Diablo and you realized you made a horrible mistake while going up the tree...causing you to start ALL OVER? No more! You can pay to fix you stats now. Plus you can have 2 talent trees instead of just one. So you can have a Warrior with Rogue abilities...meaning you'll be an Assassin. Or what about a Warrior that can cast spells...yay now you're a Battlemage.Some people have been saying the gfx arent that great, but compared to the only games I've ever played that are like this (D and D2), the gfx are VERY pretty. I like how the grass moves around when you running through a field and how the water leaves ripples behind it when you are running through it. This by the way is with my gfx turned ALL the way down. I can only imagine what this would like like on my home computer.That's the downside and only really bad one I've come to notice so far. This game, for some reason, needs a pretty good computer to run it. I'm using my laptop to play this game since I'm in Iraq and thats all I have. My specs are AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile Technology Tl-52 1.60 Gig1 gig of Ram, Nvidia GeForce Go 6150. So it's not that great of a lap top for games, but it can still run this one even though I have some big slow down issues somtimes especially when it's night in the game. STILL though, I'm having a good time with this game.I'm really happy I bought this game. I figured it would be crap since I've not played just a straight hack and slash game since D2. To me other games just never could get the one thing down that I loved about D2. The items. I was a Mephisto, Pindlesking, Bael running FIEND back in the day. I loved to see the what crazy new items I would get and HOPEFULLY it would have the BEST stats of that item. Well the same thing is in Titan Quest. Rares, Epics, Set Items... they are all here. Even with stat variations.I'm a happy magic finder! Dang I love this game.P.S.I've yet to have the game crash on me like other people are complaining about.5It's okIt's like Diablo 2 (one of the best games ever made) with better graphics and very limited replay value. I liked the gameplay and graphics and it was a lot of fun the first time thru, but the game is exactly the same no matter what class you play or how many times you play it. If you could rent PC games, that's what I would recommend.3Addicting RepetitionI have pretty mixed feelings about this non-stop action, hack n slash, linear, action rpg which has nice graphics, but tough to really enjoy because it hurts the gameplay. Zooming in shows the nice detail of the game, but doesn't let you function as a range attacker or see your enemies outside of 8 feet around you. The camera basically zooms into the back of your head, giving you a 3rd person angle instead of making it more 1st person, making you more of an observer, not your character. Zooming out shows off the nice landscape, with 3D cliffs, streams, hills and plateaus, but then your character gets lost behind trees, rocks and walls and you feel disconnected from the game again. This is a pretty common problem with a lot of these types of games, but then other games have been able to deal with them just fine. It sort of reminds me of the days when games moved from straight left to right video games, to the ability to move up and down on screen like King of Dragons. An improvement in the gaming world, but still had a long ways to go. I ended up playing through the game zoomed as far out as I could which still wasn't out enough to see enemy range attackers as they peppered me from somehwere offscreen. I added a mod that allowed me to zoom out even further, which has made the game much more fun and fair as a ranged attacker, so good to see they have an upgradeable type platform for the diehard programmer/gamer guys out there to help out. I'm running it at 1280X1024, so maybe a higher resolution will give a better result. Fighting monsters on the top of your screen is much better than left or right and below is an entirely different difficulty level. So enough whining about the gameplay.The story is linear, but moves to such differently cool scenery that it keeps you interested. The constant increase in enemy difficulty keeps you looking for better gear which actually makes the replayability pretty fun on the Epic and Immortal levels. This brings me to the genius of these type of games. The shear addicting madness of trying to find new items. Finding big bosses to beat up is fun because of the chance that the treasure they have holds a new more powerful item that will make the next hour or two even more fun to plow through countless beasts, undead and demons. Being able to teleport around the map makes it easy to go back and try to get more powerful items or level up if you are having trouble in a certain area. The only problem I have is after a while, I started feeling like Pavlov's dog. Mentally trained to push the mouse button because I was being rewarded with crazy amounts of loot. Being able to reclaim your skill points with money to redistribute them is good if you find you are outmatched and messed up on your skill selection. There is hardly anything worth spending money on at the merchants, so your stash of money just gets bigger and bigger. In the beginning of the game you barely could afford anything.It is a pretty good 5mm (5 minutes more) type of game. Before you know it, an hour and a half have gone by. It is tough to turn it off because you know you'll have to wipe out those 50 dragon beasts that took you 15 minutes to just beat because they respawn when you restart the game. This is fun, though, as there is that possibility of new items as the bosses respawn as well. It'll be great when they can make the gameplay more 1st person and you feel like you are more a part of the story and action, but maybe the overall computer hardware needs to improve before that can happen.3Lots of contentThis game has a ton of content. I haven't completely finished it, but at this point I've already felt that I was at the end twice only to have a whole new chapter of the game open up. That's pretty impressive to me after having played through numerous recent games that had less than 10 hours of content. I really felt like I got my money's worth and then some out of this game.Of course as other reviewers have mentioned, this game bears a striking resemblance to Diablo II. If you are into action type RPG's, that's a good thing, though and exactly why I purchased it.4Orignal: no. Extremely fun: yesI decided to ignore all the negative reviews about TQ and check it for myself. After playing it for 14 hours I think that in more than one way it is better than D1/D2. Yes, many of these improvements are simply due to the fact that D1/D2 are so old but hey, where the f is D3 anyway?TQ adequately satisfies the Diablo hunger and in many ways indulges its further. More items, bigger world, more side quests. And maybe its just cuz im playing it right now but I think I like the TQ skill/mastery system more than D2's. I like how the skills don't require so much of commitment of points (ie max of 8 ranks in a given skill as opposed to 10 or 20ish).I tend to check Gamespot and IGN for reviews online but I'm starting to come to the conclusion that these profit org's are biased. I think the main reason that TQ didnt get great ratings is because its not "original". Well duh... Its a clone. Blizzard is sitting on a collosal gold mine known as WoW and has no need to release D3 atm. But there will always be demand for a D3ish game, so I thank THQ for releasing this. Above all, as a gamer, i could care less how original a game was. I dont boycott all the new FPS shooters just cuz theyre clones of wolfenstein 3d.Instead of admitting they dont like its originality or revolutionalizing of the genre, above mentioned reviews attack TQ for being repetitive.... All this sounds like to me is a disguised way of complaining that game is too long. I strongly disagree with this assertion made and would say its probably because the reviewer wasnt having a good time with their stupid pet magician combo (go warriors!) --TQ isnt so much geared for that class I'd say.Secondly, they complained that the items in TQ arent scaled.. First off, I cant tell that they arent scaled. Second of all, ive never been a big fan of scaling. I think it should be implemented, but only to a limited extent. How fun is it going into a dungeon or whatever knowing that you wont get an amazing loot, rather just stuff that will upgrade your character a little bit. The way TQ is, it makes the beginning of the game more fun, and has no effect on the latter part of the game, because by the time youve gotten there, youve come across phat loot. Just a matter of statistics.TQ rocks, Im giving THQ my money for the expansion pack as well because I want to encourage small companies like this to actually respond to what people want.4Three StarsNot bad, but I prefer the upgrade to Titan Quest: Immortal Throne.3Titan QuestExcellent, old-time RPG game. Add the expansion pack for more fun. Save points mean you have to play thru 'till the next area, but most avid gamers have no problem with this. Plenty of hidden treasures and side quests. This gives you hours of game play. The more monsters you kill, the more you can do.4Fantastic GameI bought this game in college hoping to pass some free time that is generally unavoidable at school. For the price, this was an amazing buy. As long as you're interested in hacking and slashing through seemingly endless groups of monsters to upgrade your skills and find new gear, this is the perfect game.There isn't much depth to the plot as it's just a generic action rpg, but it was well worth the money. As long as you're looking for a fun way to sink some time and have some fun, this is a great relaxing game to play.5Titan Quest - Wildly AddictiveI've only had this for a month and Titan Quest is an awesomely addictive game. If role-playing, first-person games are your venue, I believe you will love this game. I have had a hard time putting it down. One thing I noticed: if you leave the game and start it back up, you have to battle monsters in areas that you already had cleared out. [However, this is a nice way to pick up points so you can reach a fast-approaching level, if you are getting stomped by the local Boss and need a little more MoJo.] If I just minimize the game and do all my other computer-necessary things [such as online bill paying, e-mailing, etc.], I don't have to clear the monsters when I retrace my steps [such as unloading "treasure" and other goodies]. The play tends to be pretty linear. You must go through one area (like you are on a track) before you can get to the next. There are plenty of Side Quests, but you can only go one way to progress through the game. Hack and slash, follow the path to go on to the next area so you can hack and slash again. [But that is one of the main points for this type of game, isn't it - hack and slash?] I know I would be frustrated if there were so many tracks that you get lost too often, so I am of a mixed opinion on this point. This is a minor matter, in my view. Overall, I would give two thumbs up, five stars, A++++, or whatever other top marks you might give a game. If you liked Age of Empires, Warcraft or Warlords Battlecry, you should love this game. Thanks!5
Titan Quest - PC

Titan Quest - PC

3.7
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