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 (1,043 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
64 of 68 people (94%) found this review helpful
42.3 hrs on record
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.

Posted: April 8
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18 of 18 people (100%) found this review helpful
120.3 hrs on record
Some players giving negative review to this game without noticing the release date.If you want to play a decent RPG-hack/slash game try this.
Posted: May 22
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17 of 19 people (89%) found this review helpful
148.7 hrs on record
Nearly noone knows this game but its amazing arpg for its age it haves somewhat short story but the expansion ads another chapter in that makes this game even more awesome.
Posted: June 18
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21 of 27 people (78%) found this review helpful
71.6 hrs on record
“Bravery is not born, it is made!”

Titan Quest is a great and very enjoyable hack & slash game with plenty of classes and skills. The voice acting, sound effects and music are all well done. It is rounded out by proficiently designed environments, with lots of attention to detail and extensive references to ancient Greece, Egypt, Orient and China mythology.

The expansion, in form of Immortal Throne, succeeds in expanding the mythical world of Titan Quest by continuing the story across the dark and more sinister Underworld of Hades. Furthermore it introduces a couple of new weapons, and one additional skill class for the original game.

The only shortcoming remains the total lack of level randomization, making the game very linear on each of the three difficulties. But it compensates this disadvantage with better loot and a few unique monster challenges.

Overall 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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Posted: April 20
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13 of 13 people (100%) found this review helpful
10.5 hrs on record
Well, when I happend across this game I lost all forms of what you might call life. This game makes Diablo 3 look like Superman 64. In other words, it's the best damn dungeon cawl I've played. Get it right now and stop wasting time with games that dont even strike up a hard one. 11/10.
Posted: June 25
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119 of 128 people (93%) found this review helpful
79.0 hrs on record
Hours of fun gameplay, especially with friends. For a 2007 game, the graphics are impressive. Still enjoyable. A huge variety of skills and passive skills to build your character. If you ever played games like Diablo, Torchlight, you might want to try this game out.
Posted: October 10, 2013
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