Titan Quest: Immortal Throne PC

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  • Summary: Titan Quest: Immortal Throne features an original storyline with more than 12 hours of single-player content per difficulty level. New game-play features include an all-new skill mastery that combines with existing masteries to form eight new playable character classes. Titan Quest: ImmortalTitan Quest: Immortal Throne features an original storyline with more than 12 hours of single-player content per difficulty level. New game-play features include an all-new skill mastery that combines with existing masteries to form eight new playable character classes. Titan Quest: Immortal Throne also adds dozens of terrifying new monsters, hundreds of unique weapons and an additional 10 levels of character and skill development. [THQ] Expand
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  2. Negative: 0 out of 23
  1. 90
    Immortal Throne continues Titan Quest's winning blend of killing, shopping, and strategic decision-making. It's a textbook case of a great expansion.
  2. Immortal Throne takes an enjoyable game and ratchets up the fun a couple of notches, which is exactly what an expansion game should do.
  3. With hundreds of great new items, some simple but effective new features, and a dozen hours or more of gameplay (which multiplies with the new difficulty levels), any fan of the game will likely find this to be a worthy addition.
  4. Don't expect any big innovations but if you enjoyed Titan Quest then you will love Immortal Throne.
  5. Immortal Throne’s not going to change the way you look at action/RPGs, but it breathes some new life into one of last year’s better games. For my money, that’s an expansion I can support.
  6. 80
    A really classy expansion.
  7. The new areas are the standout feature and shine in a way the original Titan Quest's levels never did.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 40 out of 42
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 42
  3. Negative: 2 out of 42
  1. May 7, 2011
    10
    Complete requisite for TQ, improves the game 100%. New features, items, shops, options, and a new land that will truly challenge you.Complete requisite for TQ, improves the game 100%. New features, items, shops, options, and a new land that will truly challenge you. Honestly, the new map is nearly too difficult. Other than that, there's nothing really negative here for fans of ARPG. This expansion puts it clearly marks above Diablo 2. The developers are coming back with an independently published game set to improve everything about TQ, which I feel will be better than activision's cash-in on Diablo. Expand
  2. RobertGoulet
    Dec 30, 2008
    10
    Best hack-n-slash game since D2. The engine behind this game is amazing, the programmers surely did a really good job. I wish I discovered Best hack-n-slash game since D2. The engine behind this game is amazing, the programmers surely did a really good job. I wish I discovered this game earlier. Its definitively on my top games list. Expand
  3. Christemo
    Aug 21, 2009
    10
    this is EASILY the 2nd best game ive ever played. it has great graphics, great soundtrack, great voiceacting, epic bosses, EVERYTHING is this is EASILY the 2nd best game ive ever played. it has great graphics, great soundtrack, great voiceacting, epic bosses, EVERYTHING is polished to a diamond shine. Expand
  4. Apr 6, 2013
    9
    Awesome game and expansion. Titan Quest even in its basic form is a fun ARPG with diverse classes, tons of enemies, a good story (albeit aAwesome game and expansion. Titan Quest even in its basic form is a fun ARPG with diverse classes, tons of enemies, a good story (albeit a simple one) and a bunch of content to keep you going. It also keeps leveling balanced, has mostly equalized abilities (some are plain OP or somewhat useless), and overall is a game that can be played many times over. If you like RPGs, get Titan Quest: Immortal Throne. Expand
  5. May 27, 2013
    9
    Probably my absolute all time favourite ARPG, the graphics were way ahead of their time and still hold up remarkably well today, graphicsProbably my absolute all time favourite ARPG, the graphics were way ahead of their time and still hold up remarkably well today, graphics aren't everything but the game looks pretty damn fine. The classes are plentiful and extremely varied in terms of playstyle and there is something to suit most tastes, whether it be the typical 'tank, DPS or healing' roles, there is also some rather unique ones, such as the spirit class which combines summoning undead with life sapping and spiritual buffs. I also love the fact the game lets you pick dual classes after a certain level which adds a new layer of depth most ARPG's don't attain. The combat and abilities feel satisfying, and the ragdoll makes for some hilarious deaths. The expansion also adds additional story and a new class. My only gripe with the game is its lack of variety the story and side quests are always the same and there are no random areas, making multiple playthroughs a chore as you never see anything you haven't seen before. This aside it is an almost perfect ARPG and the dev's next game Grim Dawn, is looking equally as fantastic. Expand
  6. Jan 9, 2012
    9
    Generally speaking, this game doesn't take a lot of risks. It's clearly cut from the same cloth as Diablo 2, quite intentionally. DespiteGenerally speaking, this game doesn't take a lot of risks. It's clearly cut from the same cloth as Diablo 2, quite intentionally. Despite that, there's really something enjoyable here that makes it rise above its predecessors. Maybe it's the sense of open world that provides a feeeling of exploration. Maybe it's the parade of small towns and a sense of a real place deriving from its real-world setting. I can't really put my finger on it, but it engages me in a way that the original did not. The skill trees also seem simulataneously a bit more deep, and yet without so many useless skills as the original.

    I haven't played past the initial campaign, so I'm not sure if it will have the same staying power -- diablo 2 was heavy on randomization and this is not -- but for a first playthrough it seems the superior experience.
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  7. Jan 25, 2012
    0
    The game is alot worse then Diablo and it is waaaaay too expensive. No value for your money what so ever. Wait for Diablo 3 instead! YouThe game is alot worse then Diablo and it is waaaaay too expensive. No value for your money what so ever. Wait for Diablo 3 instead! You really dont want to play all the characters and the game itself is really really boring. Stay away from this crapfest Expand

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