Summary: Titan Quest is very much a spiritual sucessor to the great Diablo II. The isometric view, the carpal-tunel enducing clicking, the loads of dropped loot will flood your mind with fond recolections. Titan Quest isn't, however, exactly like Diablo. There are some improvements and some detriments. Graphically speaking, Titan Quest looks very good.
Summary: The upgrade is a genuine upgrade. But what the product really needs is a way to generate new maps. The characters are interesting, but it gets tiresome finding the same things in the same places every time.
Summary: For those who just want the essence, here it is: this is a fun, well made game. If you can find it cheap, and you can, I'd definitely recommend picking it up. The graphics are top notch! The game is really well constructed and user friendly. There's lots of cool monsters, a big game world, plenty of stuff to...kill, mostly...lots of treasure...I know it sounds pretty standard, but Titan Quest is, overall, a pretty standard fantasy game.
Summary: This game is a really great game!! the gfx is a 9.5 ( a over kill compared to d2) the sound in the other hand not so great. the music only play for 2-3 mins per sections of the game the sound fx's are good at 1st but gets tired out sence the music doesnt play for very long.. the game play is just as same as d2 and the char buils are a big plus in this game compared to d2 is much better.
Summary: The game has ram problems. The longer you play, the slower it gets until any more than 2 enemies on the screen brings the game to a crawl. I have two gigs of DDR2, which should be plenty on an XP machine for this game (and no my computer isn't bogged down with spyware, viruses, etc.) Also, spells linked to the right mouse key won't always cast or won't cast immediately. The AI is pretty bad as well. You can often walk up to enemies before they even turn to attack you.
Summary: I 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.
Summary: Over all, if you liked Diablo, you will love this game. However, be aware that a constant problem for lots of users is the game crashing and forcing the need to reboot your machine. I love playing it, but if I go 45 minutes without a crash, I am doing well. I would strongly suggest anyone interested in this game to do a search for the game and crash or freeze, and you will find a lot of message boards discussing this problem.
Summary: Well, I bought the first Titan Quest when it came out. I only got to Level 9 with my character due to the time it takes to level up, the time it takes to use certain weapons based on ability and skill points, and the game does stutter at times while playing. The stuttering or delay is not bad enough where you can't play, it is just plain annoying. The only thing my machine lacked was a 3GHZ processor, but I am running the minimum system requirement at 2GHZ.