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Titan Quest Anniversary Edition

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Titan Quest Anniversary Edition is an extended version of the original action role-playing slasher Titan Quest, released in honor of game’s 10th anniversary. The game is set in the world of pre-Roman age and includes 3 locations: Ancient Greece, Egypt, and eastern civilizations. The story begins with a narration about Titans, who ruled the entire world before the Olympians. The idea is that a trio of Telkines managed to break off the communication between Earth and Olympus and started terrorizing the mortal world. The protagonist is a hero, who is expected to defeat Telkines and to restore the conduit linking to worlds. To assume the role of the mythical hero players need to customize their own character: choose the gender and appearance. The further action continues in a traditional hack and slash manner. Players navigate the 3D world through the overhead third-person view and lead the protagonist with the mouse, while special abilities are tied to keyboard buttons. The Anniversary edition includes all possible fixtures and improvements of graphics and gameplay.

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Iron Lore Entertainment
THQ Nordic
THQ Nordic
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 32 or 64 bit
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz CPU
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 128 MB NVIDIA GeForce 6800 series or ATI Radeon X800 series or equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 /10 32 or 64 bit
  • Processor: 3.0 GHz CPU Dual or Quad Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256MB NVIDIA or AMD card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible card
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Let's Play Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition - PC Gameplay Part 1 - Sit Back & Relax
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Titan Quest Anniversary Edition reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
The Original from 2006 is already very good but the new Version is even better. A Mandatory Purchase for all Fans of the Game. The Price is also very cheap.
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Product received for free Titan Quest is and will remain my favorite RPG game. Diablo simply has a little less Charm. (Long live But also Victor Vran) I enter in 10 out of 10 Points
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Product received for free The Game is definitely one of the best Hack 'n Slay titles for me. Here's a small List of Features:-Graphic is lovingly animated (billowing Grass, feathered enemies die in a Feather Cloud)-Good German Voiceover-Intuitive Control, Remotely reminiscent of Diablo-Portalstein allows Jumps to Cities to Root too Sell-Smart AI The only Negative for me that all of a sudden the Day is around because the Game is really captivating.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Product received for free Had the Game for free, probably because I had the two original titles in the Library xD First Time my Surprise was great when I realized that there is a new TQ in my Library ^^ I didn't have a Release for ne Anniversary Edition au The fm Umbrella, so at first Was a bit perplexed. Seen, wondered, installed. And lo and behold: I'm positively surprised. First, the Game runs more smoothly and without the small And large Woes. So We are actually dealing with a fundamentally revised Version here. New Customisation options for the User Interface, better Balancing, minimalistically improved Graphics. Well, what to expect? After 10 Years, however, it is long overdue. One of The good fortune, THQ and Nordic have teamed up to let me relive this Gem of the Hack & Slay Genre:) Thank You for that! And then also given, jiha! ^__^
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I am still one of those who have Titan Quest on CD from a few Years ago. When I saw it at Steam with the Extension in The Sale, I had to buy it as a "Backup." It's been under its Belt for a couple Of years and you can also see that in Part. But not just in the Negative. What is certainly unusual for some is the Nature of the Inventory. Here does not come to an Inventory Place an Item. Each Item has its Shape and the better you arrange the Objects in the Inventory, the more fits in. For those who don't Feel like sorting everything themselves, for them there is also a Button for automatic Sorting. The Story itself is not special, but the different Countries are beautifully designed. Bosses Are also sometimes challenging, depending on how well you have killed the Skills. For me, Titan Quest has its own Appeal, like hardly any other Game of this Genre. Risking a Look is definitely worth it.
Titan quest is a game that deserves to be noticed.
First of all, the developers actively keep an eye on the game, even years after it has released.

Secondly, the game is old, but manages to still look decent in this day and age. While the phase is rather slow, it features a fantastically narrated quest system (it even has pure "lore" npc's standing in each town), and a fast world to explore for the player.

If you like ARPG games with lots of story, this game should make you feel right at home.
«Better with friends»
I only wish that people stopped whining ‘oooooh it’s like Diablo’. I mean, c’mon, we all know Diablo was an epic game that changed future RPGs in many respects, but I had more fun playing TQ. It has fancier graphics and I know Diablo is older, but we play it now in the future, so why should we play something dated when we have games with better experience overall and graphics too. To me this is a masterpiece, 10 out of 10.
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