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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: 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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  1. Positive: 20 out of 23
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  1. It has something for everyone, including new players and those who simply want to raise their characters to the new level cap.
  2. 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.
  3. It’s not infinitely replayable, but it’s good for another 15 or 20 hours, which as expansion packs go is, I think, AOK.
  4. 80
    While Titan Quest is still a pretty shameless clone of the "Diablo II" formula, it's a pretty good one, and this new expansion is one of those smart ones that add new content both for high-level and newer players. It might not feel wholly original, but it's a fine pastiche of comfortable formula fare.
  5. There are no huge technical leaps or jarring presentational changes, just eight-or-so hours of extra content and some convenient and entertaining additions to the core gameplay.
  6. THQ has given us a great game, but it's too bad they haven't taken steps to protect it for those of us who want to play fair.
  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: 38 out of 40
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 40
  3. Negative: 2 out of 40
  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. 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. Oct 2, 2013
    10
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Best Diablo clone ever. TQ grabs the good ideas from Blizzard game, mix them with their's and present it to us. Furs hack&slash RPG I'v replayed more tha 2 times in years.RPG Nice! Expand
  3. Apr 4, 2014
    10
    TQIT is one of my absolute favourite games! All I have are memories of countless ours of good ol' fashin fun, I mixed fire and earth together for one helluva smashing combo... sent enemies flying everywhere! Never got old, I just couldn't help hunting down better and more rare items as I tore through my enemies. TQIT brings an additional act and mastery. The new act is totally worth it, really atmospheric and draws you deeper into the mythical universe. It's better than D3, trust me! 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 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 20, 2011
    9
    This is THE best hack and slash game since Diablo II. This game is a pure DII clone, but of highest quality and with beautiful graphics. The possibility of mixing so called masteries offers totally 45 possible combinations! Collect item, make a perfec build, improve your gear by collectim artifacts and relics. Classic stuff - nothing fancy but exactly what one may expect form this kind of game. Also there are some very interesting mods available! 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. 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! 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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