Titan Quest™: Immortal Throne™ is the action-packed expansion to the 2006 RPG hit, Titan Quest. Brian Sullivan, award-winning co-creator of Age of Empires and Titan Quest, continues the epic story across the dark and more sinister Underworld of Hades.
User reviews: Very Positive (1,092 reviews)
Release Date: Mar 5, 2007

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"If you play TQ and don't install mods you messed up. Great casual hack/slash, still competes with way more modern stuff like Torchlight2. Mods linked"
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Titan Quest™: Immortal Throne™ is the action-packed expansion to the 2006 RPG hit, Titan Quest. Brian Sullivan, award-winning co-creator of Age of Empires and Titan Quest, continues the epic story across the dark and more sinister Underworld of Hades.
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. Along with new foes, players will find new allies. 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.
  • 10 Additional Character Levels - allows players to bring existing and new characters to new heights, along with higher level equipment and skills
  • 8 New Character Classes - The expansion pack features an entirely new skill mastery, which combines with existing skill masteries to create eight new exciting character classes.
  • New Exotic Monsters and Locations - Quest through exotic locations in the Mediterranean area and ultimately descend across the river Styx into the heart of Hades. Defeat terrifying new monsters on your way to victory!
  • Artifacts & Enchanters - A new type of rare equipment that gives the player characters a powerful bonus. Plus, new non-player characters that can create artifacts from recipes.
  • More Unique Equipment - Uncover hundreds of powerful new unique items and use Caravans to store them as you quest through the Underworld of Hades.

System Requirements

    Minimum: Windows® 2000 or XP, 1.8 Ghz Intel Pentium IV or equivalent or AMD Athlon XP or equivalent , 512 MB RAM, 5 GB free hard drive space, 64 MB NVIDIA GeForce 3 or equivalent or ATI Radeon 8500 series with Pixel Shader 1.1 support or equivalent, DirectX® 9.0c compatible 16-bit sound card, Keyboard, Mouse
    Recommended: Windows XP, 3.0 Ghz Intel Pentium IV or equivalent, 1 GB RAM, 128 MB NVIDIA GeForce 6800 series or ATI Radeon X800 series or equivalent, Soundblaster X-Fi series sound card
Helpful customer reviews
9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
53.2 hrs on record
Legendary old game. One of the best clone of Diablo. Nice story, beautiful gameplay, epic bosses, funny multiplayer. And of course, fantastic locations: Ancient Greece, Egypt, Gods and Titans. Recommended to all. Buy it and enjoy. 10/10. Have fun.
Posted: October 3
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
24.2 hrs on record
Better than Diablo 3.
Posted: October 8
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
67.5 hrs on record
I will not go on and on and explain how the game was solid in every area (but didn't shine in one specific area), but I will go on to say this... the game felt too long. Do not get me wrong, some of my favorite games of all time are extremely long. The story, gameplay and class mechanics do not captivate one nearly long enough to play for the absurd amount of time it takes to complete this game...

Apparently there are mods for this (didn't know this at the time) so that probably makes it less tedious through and through. But damn, how many times do the developers expect me to bait and kill before I can just move on to the next zone? One can say this is a fairly difficult hack and slash, where you need to allocate your build points wisely or you'll find yourself at a disadvantage, quick.

Back to my point, the game is just ridiculously long. There is a abundance of different class styles to try, yet I only was able to try one of them, because by the time I had beaten the game, only a gun pointed straight at my head would compel me to launch it again, and start all over. Recommended, but do NOT get sucked in (I realize this is my own fault), play this in short bursts
Posted: October 17
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
82.7 hrs on record
Alright game but lack multiplayer you will need to download and set up tunngle to use that part of the game
Posted: September 26
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
50.0 hrs on record
TQ:IT adds a fourth act to the game, but the gameplay stays mostly unchanged, even though there are a few additions. Players can now store extra items in caravans and trade those items between characters. Another addition are artifacts, which are made with arcane formulas and the help of an enchanter. Regardless of the changes, the lack of player motivation stays the predominant problem.
Posted: October 24
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0 of 2 people (0%) found this review helpful
41.7 hrs on record
A buddy of mine and I played this game, and we both were fairly underwhelmed overall. The static world and uninteresting plot don't help repetetive gameplay. While visually quite nice, is otherwise shallow. While not a BAD game, it is throughly medicore. Buy on sale if you are thirsting for a diablo clone to play once through, otherwise pass.
Posted: October 15
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0 of 2 people (0%) found this review helpful
32.2 hrs on record
Titan Quest is a typical ARPG. It gets very boring and repetetive after a while, but it does have an original take on the typical 'talen trees' you see in many ARPG: At level 2 you choose a Domain (aka class) from 9 available Domains, and again at level 8 from the remaining 8 Domains. This allows for a huge number of different gameplay experiences. Unfortunately the game is extremely lineair so you're being discouraged to play with more than one character and try different Domains.
All in all only recommended if you're a big fan of (mostly Greek) mythology or a huge ARPG fan.
Posted: October 16
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0 of 5 people (0%) found this review helpful
20.9 hrs on record
Mutliplayer is down, dont buy
Posted: October 7
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0 of 8 people (0%) found this review helpful
52.6 hrs on record
What a bad Diablo clone, horrible fps drops in Act4 makes it almost unplayable, terrible game 1/10

I had such high hopes for this game, what a shame
Posted: October 5
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7.9 hrs on record
Titan Quest is the single greatest ARPG of all time, second only to Diablo 2; it's also woefully neglected. You can expect to put in 40+ hours to complete a single playthrough, during which you'll cut a swathe through Greece, Egypt, the Orient, Olympus, and Hades, pitted against a menagerie of mythological beings that are familiar, yet refreshingly original. The graphics are better than virtually any ARPG on the market (no mean feat for a game that came out in 2006), and the mechanics are rock-solid, allowing you to synthesize two masteries to create any class you can think of. The atmosphere is rich and you can make the experience as subversive as you want: there are philosophers and scholars who will regale you with anecdotes and little pearls of wisdom; side-qeusts are in abundance, allowing for little reprieves during your journey; the loot-whoring is without equal; gargantuan boss fights like those in ARPGs of yore will punctuate every act on your road to Hades; the list, quite literally, goes on and on. You can usually pick Titan Quest Gold up for a meager $5 during any of the annual Steam sales, and you will be remiss if you neglect to do so.
Posted: September 28
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56.5 hrs on record
One of my favorites games. Be carefull if you don't pay atention you will lose hundreds of hours.
Posted: September 25
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36.5 hrs on record
I used to assume God of War series are the best games regarding ancient Greek mythology. Turns out I was wrong. This game deserves a place in the throne of Olympus xD

Posted: September 27
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97.0 hrs on record
An expansion to the classic ARPG, which adds even deeper story and even better gameplay.
A must have for anyone who considers itself an ARPG fan,
considered a cult game by many. (Note: If you didn't install any mods, you are doing it wrong.)
Posted: September 25
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39.5 hrs on record
This is the version of Titan Quest you should be playing. IT streamlines many of the somewhat rougher aspects of vanilla TQ throughout the original game's campaign -- not just the additional content.
Posted: October 6
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1.6 hrs on record
For the right price it's probably worth a shot, but it's ultimately a mediocre Diablo 2 clone. The worst part: no random maps! That really saps the replayability. The skill tree is pretty clever, though, with tons of flexibility and lots of things to try. It's just a shame that you'd have to try it all out on the same map over and over.
Posted: October 8
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31.2 hrs on record
Awesome game.
Posted: October 18
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205.8 hrs on record
This game was fun at first, and it has some interesting mechanics. Giving you the option to pick a second mastery at level 8 enables you to create powerful or crazy character builds, and the Artifact system lets you use charms and relics to make better items, which was a nice way to recycle items that may otherwise be useless to your character build. It also has a very lenient respec system where as long as you have enough gold you can respec skill points and change your skillset as needed (you cannot respec mastery points however). And while it doesn't affect the gameplay much (if at all), seeing crowds of enemies being skyrocketed by explosions or power attacks was a fun use of the ragdoll physics the game engine utilizes.

As time went on however, the game became less fun and became more of a boring grind for levels and better equipment. Most of my entertainment came from experimenting with different character builds or farming ingredients for Artifact recipes, since Artifacts can give you significant damage boosts or defensive powers. Even at the worst however I still had fun in the first 2 Acts, but by Act 3 I always just wanted to rush through the game since it feels like too much of a grindfest at that point.

I did enjoy the things Titan Quest did right, and the Immortal Throne expansion made the game much more enjoyable in my opinion (the Artifact and Respec systems were not in the original Titan Quest game for example), but the game just drags on too long and is ultimately not as rewarding as I initally thought. It's not the worst ARPG out there, but I feel there are better games worth your time.
Posted: October 21
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19.9 hrs on record
Titan Quest Gold Review
(TQ+TQ:IT)

This is one amazing ARPG. I first played it when Titan Quest came out in 2006 (Titan Quest: Immortal Throne is simply the expansion which came out in 2007) and ended up spending hundreds, maybe thousands of hours playing it - there is simply something special about it.

The negative:

The game has some bugs that were never fixed (as Iron Lore ended up closing down before any major patches were released) but it's nothing game breaking. In addition, we're expexting some patches to come through from Nordic games in the near future.

Another aspect that is worth noting is the fact that this game has no randomization (though it didn't stop me from spending a BIG portion of my time playing it).

The positive:

First of all, the game takes place in an alternative ancient world - the devs decided to take myths and legends from all over the world and use them as a base for the game's story and the result is astounding. Not only is the story very interesting but devs and the the voice actors did an amzing job presenting it to the player.

In addition to the enthralling story the game offers a total of 9 masteries of which you get to combine 2 in order to create a unique build to suit your personal play style (You can choose your second mastery after level 8).

Another major aspect of the game that is worth mentioning is the environments - let's just say that they are breathtaking. You can really see all the hard work that went into making this game.

Last but not least, the game is long. I'm currently replaying it and at 10+ hours I haven't even gotten through Act I, and there's a total of 4 Acts + 3 difficulties!!! It's bound to keep you playing for a long time.

The conclusion:

All in all, this game has a lot to offer to those who are willing to spend some time with it. Sure, it has some bugs, but what game doesn't? And unlike most games, it offers a very solid story combined with great audio and visual effects as well as a rather unique skill system.
I would recommend this game to any fan of the ARPG genre. It's not too late to try it out!
Posted: October 9
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13.9 hrs on record
This game,although a pain in the ♥♥♥ to level up,is AMAIZING.A must buy.
Posted: October 19
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90.9 hrs on record
This is the best loot grinder since Diablo II.
Posted: October 19
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