Summary: This is a decent game reminding me of Dungeon Siege but busier. When I have it started I get to Athens and the boss to kill is way tougher than the other foes, so I run around and build up until I can take him down a wee bit anyhow. End of game? Problem fixed: The start problem got fixed with an update patch to v.30. If you have this problem need to update it. Knowing there is a fix and the game sells rather cheap I could recommend it.
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: The good things are a lengthy single-player campaign, seamlessly integrated cooperative play, powerful toolset for creating custom quests, and a great sense of scale. The bad things are gameplay can be very familiar, inventory system is troublesome, the frame rate can be choppy, even at lower settings, and the voice acting often does not sound right.
Summary: If you've played Diablo 2 or any of the many clones that have come out after it, you pretty much know what your getting. Basically leveling up your character by wiping out waves of enemies and treasure hunting for better equipment. The story is OK, if forgetable, you follow a main quest and their are multiple side quests along the way. It basically all boils down to go find something or go kill something, not the most original idea, but its done pretty well I guess.
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: 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.
Summary: Lack of closed servers ruins the game, in multiplayer there are vast amount of cheaters, and single player gets boring fast. Titan Quest could have been the new Diablo 2, but unfortuntely never really came close.
"Fun and good-looking, but let down by linear, repetitive play"
John, Mighty Ape
3 April 2007
Summary: When I first start playing this I was strongly reminded of a single-player
World of Warcraft. Sure, your view is strictly limited to isometric top-down,
and it's themed for ancient Greece and Egypt – but the quest system, the
character attributes, inventory management, and fight system could have been
ported straight from WoW. This isn't a bad thing, but the comparison does
highlight the short-comings of this game.