Excerpt: Humans and monsters lived peacefully, separate from one another. The long peace was the work of the gods, who warred with the titans and their demonic minions for control of the land. But that peace was really just an armistice and eventually it came to an end.
Conclusion: Overall Immortal Throne doesn’t include a whole lot in the way of brand-new content but still offers good value for money and is a classic example of how to produce an add-on pack to complement an already well-received game.
Conclusion: Basically what it boils down to for Titan Quest is that if you like a hack and slash game in the style of Diablo, then you’ll definitely enjoy Titan Quest. If, on the other hand, you’re looking for a true role-playing experience in which bashing things with a sword, spear, axe, bow, or some other...
Excerpt: I suspect if in the future I’m reviewing another expansion pack, TQ: IT is going to be the yardstick against which I measure it. Everything you would expect from an expansion pack is in here – a new character class (only in TQ they call them Masteries), new monsters, a new adventure, and generally...
Excerpt: Diablo 2.5. That's it. For those of you who were looking for a one-word game review there it is. You can now go back to whatever it is that you do when you're not reading game reviews, because, beyond the graphics, there is darned little to set Titan Quest apart from Diablo 2.
Excerpt: There's a certain charm to a game that can be played using just the mouse. Titan Quest is one such game, offering an epic adventure, hordes of mythical creatures, impressive production values, and a refreshingly simple control scheme.
Excerpt: Before I get started on the fun that can be yours as you hack and slash your way through the halls of the dead, I should mention the land of the living. Those of you who have already fought your way to victory on Mount Olympus may think your mission is complete. Well, you couldn't be more wrong.
Excerpt: Hack-and-slash role-playing games (RPGs) have hit a dry spell the past couple of years as most developers seem to have jumped on the massively-multiplayer online (MMO) bandwagon, forgoing the wonder of a great single-player dragon smashing fantasty in favor of the popular vote/cash.