For its 10 year anniversary, Titan Quest will shine in new splendour. This Anniversary Edition combines both Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne in one game, and has been given a massive overhaul for the ultimate ARPG experience.Read full description
For its 10 year anniversary, Titan Quest will shine in new splendour. This Anniversary Edition combines both Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne in one game, and has been given a massive overhaul for the ultimate ARPG experience.
Anniversary Edition Update
Discover the Courage that Turns Heroes Into Legends
From Age of Empires co-creator Brian Sullivan and Braveheart writer Randall Wallace comes an innovative action role playing game set in ancient Greece, Egypt and Asia.
The Titans have escaped their eternal prison, wreaking havoc upon the earth. The gods seek a hero who can turn the tide in an epic struggle that will determine the fate of both men and gods.
In this epic quest of good versus evil, players will encounter the greatest villains of Greek mythology, brave the attacks of Cerberus, and hazard the banks of the River Styx. Players will interpret the prophecies of the blind seer Tiresias, fight alongside Agamemnon and Achilles, and use the wiles of Odysseus to conquer this dark new adventure.
Are you ready for the quest?
After nearly 10 years after release, Titan Quest came back from the grave. This edition contains Titan Quest with expansion Immortal Throne as well as over thousand of fixes. Now that's what you call dedication. As for the game itself, if you like hack and slash games like Diablo, you will feel right at home with this one. Graphics are still looking good, but soundtrack is still pretty unmemorable, except a couple of tracks. As for the wiriting, it is simple and just gets things going and is only there to give you the reason to slay all of the great mythology creatures in glorious way. It is incredibly enjoyable gem that many missed back when it launched, which is a shame, because for h'n's it is pretty complex, especially when you reach level 8 and you find out you can mix 2 classes together. Hilarious trivia about this game is that it was made by some of the guys from Age of Empires, critically acclaimed series of strategy games. Overall, awesome game, recommended for this price and even more recommended when on sale.
There isn't much to be said really about this game. It is a masterpiece that was a great hack'n'slack back in the past and it is again now. The game just feels good, way better than Diablo 3 or even Grim Dawn which is a pretty much similar to TQ. Graphic is great for a 10 year old game, it doesn't even feel like the game was made 10 years ago. Same goes for gameplay, it is great to again run around and kill everything for loot and xp in a old way, different than a twin stick shooter presented in Diablo 3. Overall I think that if you like hack'n'slash games, you are not alergic to a greek mythology, and you want to immerse yourself in a great game, then i believe that this is a right game.
In this ARPG you play a hero who has to save the world and who has to slay boss monsters and minions while collecting loot. So far, so ordinary. But one thing that divides Titan Quest from the many other ARPGs out there is the setting: you play in setting and against enemies takes from ancient greek, egyptian and oriental mythology. In Immortal Throne an underworld is added. Furthermore the gameplay is great, it feels fluent and has follows the "what you see is what you get" system, which means: if you see that an enemy has a great sword, that same enemy will drop this sword once you kill him. The character system is class-based, but allows you to pick a combination of 2 classes, which brings additional diversity and allows for more individualisation. And even though this game may be rather old, the graphics aged rather well. The items are divided into several rarity-classes. The amount of items is stunning, also regarding the amount of item sets. I have spent an incredible amount of time with this game and I do not regret any minute of it.
A beautiful and lengthy Action RPG in the vein of dungeon crawlers like Diablo, Titan Quest focuses more on open world exploration and offers many unique environments to explore. Character customization lets you pick from 2 skill schools with many active, passive, and toggle skills that you can pick and choose from letting you create a unique hero each time. There is an attempt at a storyline here but it's a bit ridiculous and is mostly a vehicle for taking you through ancient lands with mythological monsters and locations. The music and sound are also top notch with a memorable soundtrack and immersive environmental & monster sounds. Overall, Titan Quest is a fantastic aRPG and is worth your time with or without friends.
Titan Quest was a Masterpiece of Gaming back when it first came out. Now Years down the Line we got what is possibly one of the best rereleases ever. Titan Quest Anniversary Edition. If you previously owned Titan Quest on Steam you got this for free even though this rerelease is brimming with content. In fact there is even a good bit of content that was never seen before in this version and i can only repeat that most people got this for absolutely FREE. Gameplaywise this Game is at the same time very complex yet simple. You can build your character in a plethora of different ways, make them tank attacks without any care in the world, dish out damage like there is no tomorrow or ANYTHING in between. Add to this that it also looks and sounds amazing and you really do have a near perfect game. A clear recommendation even if you have to buy it.
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