Summary: A pretty good but linear Diablo two type game it for some reason you came across the original game this expansion pack is a must need unless you find the gold full edition which you might for a cheaper price and just sell the original and play the gold edition single disc version of this game.
Summary: I found this game at a discount dealer, and have bought several copies, so we can play it together - apparently, I'm the only one who know how to look. It is as fast paced as one wants, and has a good expanded story line.
Summary: I have the Golden edition but reviewing Titan Quest and Titan Quest: Immortal Throne separately because they are a little different. The original Titan Quest is rather unpolished and lacks certain key features which seem only logical to include in an action-RPG. I would give the Original around 77/100 while the Immortal Throne (which tremendously expands and improves the games) deserves, in my opinion, a solid 85/100. If you have the Gold Edition play Immortal Throne!
Summary: This includes the Original Titan Quest and the Titan Quest: Immortal Throne Expansion. After you install the game play Immortal Throne right away you will start from the original beginning quest but with a much improved game at hand: Immortal Throne not only expands the quest side of the game, but add many nice features which were not part of the original, fixes bugs, and plays better. Having lots of fun with this one! Closest thing to Diablo 1 and 2.
Summary: Go for the TQ Gold, It has both. I thought the expansion was an expansion to the expansion. System requirements do not have to be of the highest level. Nice diversion from reality. The only thing it does not have is first person view, but is still a good game never the less. There are still some nice extras on the web for this game. TQ vault, TQ defiler.