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Titan Quest™: Immortal Throne™ ist die action-geladene Erweiterung zu dem 2006 RPG Hit, Titan Quest. Brian Sullivan, erfolgsgekrönter Co-Schöpfer von Age of Empires und Titan Quest, setzt die epische Geschichte fort und entführt Sie in die dunkle und bedrohliche Unterwelt Hades.
Veröffentlichung: 5 März 2007
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Über das Spiel

Titan Quest™: Immortal Throne™ ist die action-geladene Erweiterung zu dem 2006 RPG Hit, Titan Quest. Brian Sullivan, erfolgsgekrönter Co-Schöpfer von Age of Empires und Titan Quest, setzt die epische Geschichte fort und entführt Sie in die dunkle und bedrohliche Unterwelt Hades.
In diesem epischen Abenteuer 'Gut gegen Böse' wird der Spieler den grössten Bösewichten der griechischen Mythologie begegnen, die Angriffe des Höllenhundes Kerberos zurückschlagen und die Gefahren an den Ufern des Styx, des Flusses der Unterwelt, meistern. Mit neuen Feinden werden Sie auch neue Freunde finden. Die Prophezeiungen des blinden Sehers Teiresias leiten Sie, und mit Hilfe von Agamemnon und Achilles und der Unterstützung Odysseus werden Sie dieses dunkle Abenteuer bestehen.
  • 10 zusätzliche Level speziell für einzelne Charakter - ermöglicht Spielern bereits existierende und neue Charaktere in unbekannte Höhen aufsteigen zu lassen und neue Ausrüstungen zu nutzen und neue Fähigkeiten auszubilden.
  • 8 Neue Charakterklassen - Das Erweiterungspaket beinhaltet eine völlig neue Fähigkeitsklasse, die in Kombination mit den alten Fähigkeiten 8 vollkommen neue Charakterklassen ermöglicht.
  • Neue exotische Monster und Schauplätze - Kämpfen Sie sich durch exotische Schauplätze der Mittelmeerregion und steigen Sie hinab in das Herz von Hades, Bezwingen Sie grauenhafte neue Monster auf Ihrem Weg zum Sieg!
  • Artefakte & Hexenmeister - Ein neuer Typus von seltenen Ausrüstungsgegenständen ermöglicht dem Spieler einen zusätzlichen Bonus und neue nicht-Spieler Charaktere helfen Ihnen und zaubern an Hand von Rezepten kraftvolle Artefakte herbei.
  • Neue einzigartige Ausrüstung - Entdecken Sie hunderte neue, einzigartige und kraftvolle Gegenstände und nutzen Sie Transportwagen, um diese Gegenstände auf Ihrer Reise durch den Hades zu befördern.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Mindestanforderung: Windows® 2000 oder XP, 1.8 Ghz Intel Pentium IV oder vergleichbar oder AMD Athlon XP oder vergleichbar , 512 MB RAM, 5 GB freier Festplattenspeicher, 64 MB NVIDIA GeForce 3 oder vergleichbar oder ATI Radeon 8500 Serien mit Pixel Shader 1.1 Unterstüzung oder vergleichbar, DirectX® 9.0c kompatible 16-bit Soundkarte, Tastatur, Maus

    Empfohlen: Windows XP, 3.0 Ghz Intel Pentium IV oder vergleichbar, 1 GB RAM, 128 MB NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Serien oder ATI Radeon X800 Serien oder vergleichbar, Soundblaster X-Fi series Soundkarte

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28 von 31 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Titan Quest is a refreshing experience after Diablo 3. Make no mistake: I liked Diablo 3 a lot but it was certainly a bit too casual for my taste. Titan Quest brings back the good old skill tree concept. There are no races here - you just pick the skill tree at the beginning and after several level-ups you can pick another one (the game refers to these as masteries) and as a result of this combination you will have a class.

I'll give you an example: you want to be the expert of close-combat, an expert of swords and other melee weapons. You pick the mastery called Warfare for this purpose. At the same time you would like to summon spirits to aid you in combat and throw molten rocks at your enemies or utilise other earth magic spells. You pick Earth and there you go you have just become a Battle Mage. Overall, you have 9 masteries so you can guess how many combinations you can have. This gives us quite a high replayability value.

Other than this the formula is pretty much the same as in Diablo:
--the story is divided up into various Acts which all end in a boss battle
--you have places full of enemies but you can rest in towns; these give you opportunity to pick up quests and visit vendors for purchasing / selling items you acquired by looting
--you kill then you loot: rinse and repeat!
--you level up and spend points on your main attributes and skills points on your skills offered by the masteries you picked
--you get to loot many items and weapons' strength is indicated by their colour; you have legendary and set items here and you can further enhance your weapons by inserting charms and relics into them
--while you are getting stronger you are expected to find items that add to your elemental protection

One of the criticism regarding Titan Quest was that it was too similar to Diablo. But if you have a decent system that works quite well why is it an issue to have it copied? The creators simply thought these were quite good in Diablo so they only changed the skill variety which I believe is commendable.

Also, the environment is a bit different as the game takes place in ancient Greek so you can expect monsters from that mythology. Act 4 is simply jaw-dropping with its River Styx and the City of Lost Souls.

The game was released back in 2006 and its expansion pack a year later. Still, the game looks good and it utilises Havok physics quite well. One interesting thing, though: the game does not generate a new environment once you restart it, not like in Diablo. So, should you replay it with another class or on another difficulty (these get unlocked after game completion - again, a similarity with Diablo) all environments will look similar.

I liked Titan Quest. I played it after Diablo 3 and for me it was refreshing. I liked its environments with all the mythological creatures. With the 4 Acts you have at least 40-50 hours for one walkthrough on normal difficulty. I say that's quite long considering the high replayability and the multiplayer option available.

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“From this day forward you should be known as Godsbane!”

This sequel succeeds in expanding the mythical world of Titan Quest by continuing the epic story across the dark and more sinister Underworld of Hades. It is a textbook case of a great expansion.
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My rating system consists of six categories in descending order of importance:

- Atmosphere
- Combat & Controls
- Details
- Tactical gameplay
- Characters
- Story

Based on the performance each category will receive one of the following grading:

- S-Rank: excellent
- A-Rank: very good
- B-Rank: solid
- C-Rank: satisfactory
- D-Rank: inferior

If the S-Rank is awarded, a quote from the game or personal comment will be added as a token of my respect (in brackets).
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Atmosphere: A-Rank

Combat & Controls: A-Rank

Details: S-Rank

(Seeing it once is better than being told 100 times.)

Tactical gameplay: A-Rank

Characters: A-Rank

Story: A-Rank
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There are no achievements to conquer.

Achievement difficulty: none
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Titan Quest: Immortal Throne (PC) – Action role-playing game + Hack & Slash
(Fantasy) – 2007
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Titan Quest (PC) – Action role-playing game + Hack & Slash
(Fantasy) – 2006
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This review is for the Titan Quest and it's expansion Titan Quest - Immortal Throne
Developer(s): Iron Lore Entertainment,Demiurge Studios(only for the base game Titan Quest and just for memory optimization and mod tools)
Publisher:THQ
Engine:PathEngine(pathfinding)
Release Date(s) : For Titan Quest June 26,2006 in North America and for Titan Quest-Immortal Throne March,2007 in North America.
Genre(s):Action RPG(hack and slash)

Titan Quest and it's succesor Titan Quest - Immortal throne are one of the finest arpg games ever been made.The reason I am saying this is for many reasons:1)Endless replayability(You can play the game in three different difficulties in which you need to finish the game in every difficulty if you want to progress to a harder form of gameplay),2)Endless personal customization(There are 54 available classes!!!Sweet mother of God!And of course as you progress you can find and equip the best gear possible(why not?),3)The game(s) offer a vast amount of dialogs most of them based on actual historical facts(Game's a history class itself),4)Vast Exploration(My personal favourite),Many places to go,breath-taking terrain and nature physics,5)Questing(Speaks for itself i guess)
Negatives:Some glitches and bugs and the occasional screen shake but nothing serious,really.
Personally i recommend this game for the reasons I stated above and for many others.I treated the game as if it were an rpg and not an action game with rpg elements.The reason i did this is because i prefer to learn the history of the game,complete quests and explore rather than just goin around and kill stuff.
If you do buy the game make sure you have fun and see you at Elysian Fields(my favourite place in the entire game)
P.S Support the developers!
Verfasst: 13 Februar 2014
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8 von 11 Personen (73%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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10.3 Std. insgesamt
Fantastic game.
Ive always liked games like Diablo and such but i have to say that i didnt even realize how long i have been playing this game. Its just a humongous bag full of fun.

There are a few things i dislike about it though.
-The game feels a little to repetitive and wont be as much fun without friends.
-Some of the bosses are incredibly hard, They really expect you to be playing with others.
-(for me atleast) Everytime i try to find people to play with, my game crashes ingame and lobby. Its incredibly laggy in mp as well.
-Not open world. Its basically leading you down a path the entire game. You NEVER have to go back. Maybe every now and then to upgrade armor and get medical supplies, but thats it.
-Always have to wear a skirt. :(

Some things i like
-Some bosses that are actually possible to do without other people are so incredibly fun. You have to dodge abilities and use a tiny bit of strategy.
-I like how the game looks and feels. Everything looks beautiful and the monsters and abilities have really cool effects.
-It has an rpg feel that i love soooo much. You can pretty much become anything you want, although some classes are a bit "easy"
Verfasst: 19 März 2014
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Awesome game.
Verfasst: 15 Januar 2014
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