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About this game
Developer: Iron Lore Entertainment
Content Rating: Teen
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. Are you ready for the quest?
Gamer Reviews254 Reviews
Fun throwback! Glitches are rampant but thankfully they can be overcome with a reboot.... most of the time.
This game kept me well occupied over the pandemic due to the repetitive grinding nature.
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Critic Reviews10 Reviews
Titan Quest at its core isn’t a bad experience, if because of how apparent its influences are. There’s fun to be had from the mechanics of a Diablo game set in a Greek mythology universe with its gods and monsters rather than exploring the depths of hell. It’s clear though that its inspiration is also where its limitations lie, and they painted over cracks in the foundation that are showing through.
A certain historical perspective and a touch of nostalgia will go a long way to helping you appreciate Titan Quest and its quirks. That core loop of killing satyrs in four hits before finding rare loot that destroys them in one is as compelling as it ever was. Disappointing visual glitches and the occasional crash give the impression that everything is held together with nothing more than sticky tape and a prayer, but it was never enough to stop us playing.
Titan Quest falls short when it comes to some technical aspects. Even so, it still manages to deliver a very engaging experience where you won’t notice the time pass while you hack n’ slash your way through enemies searching for better loot.