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About the Product
- Includes all patches on disc
- Epic adventuring in the ancient world
- Stunning 3D graphics, with an amazing level of detail and realism
- Addictive, fast-action gameplay
- Custom, definable character classes and modifiable skills
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A few more pluses, some Mastery skills allow for summoned "pets" (wolves, elementals, etc.) to help you; skill points foolishly spent can be reclaimed and reallocated with the help of a mystic and some cash.Read more ›
Back when I was an early 20 something my best friend was nice enough to share his pc with me and introduce me to Diablo. It was the first game of its' genre I played and I was immediately engrossed by it. Diablo wasn't a game of complexities. In it gamers filled the shoes of a lone adventurer tasked with helping a troubled town via clearing out a foreboding cave of its` demonic inhabitants. Along the way the unlikely hero chugged health and magic potions to survive. A beleaguered slayer of the damned could also buy or find "better gear" to prepare for the worst case scenario right before diving back into the bowels of hell. Every once in awhile the wary protagonist encountered a "boss devil" or "boss undead" which was 5 times more mammoth than anything else encountered before. The ridiculous scaling and size ratio of "under lords" when compared to their lesser minions instilled dread and tension in gamers everywhere.
A year or so later I got the Diablo 2 Battle Chest. It had more classes, a more in depth plot, and a bigger world and yet the magic was already wearing thin for me. Blizzard kept fooling around with things behind the scenes. Certain characters such as the paladin got "nerfed" while bosses and creatures were changed around to the point the strategy guide that came with the Battle Chest was no longer very helpful. To this day fan-boys still claim Diablo 2 is THE BEST of the pack. I cannot help but to think this vocal majority is too doped up on the opium of nostalgia to have an honest opinion.
Don't misunderstand me.Read more ›
Only complaint: Ironforge isn't putting out more patches for Titan Quest. I want more content. This game rocks.
The bad: there are a number of crash bugs but since the game saves continuously it's not a big issue (you just respawn at the last rebirth fountain and have to recover from there). There are some big functional bugs in the game that are fixed by the latest fanpatch, just search for "titan quest fanpatch". Also, the game (at least with some builds, like the classic warrior type) has weird difficulty variations (usually just with big bosses). Reading the community forums for build advice and boss tactics helps a lot.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The game itself is quite laggy and slow to respond. At first, after installation, the game said I didn't have a cd key or something, even though I entered the one given with the... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Michael David
I SO love this old game. I am seriously addicted to this game. Yes, I know, it's basic hack and slash; but I love shopping and I can't get enough armour shopping when I hit the... Read morePublished 23 days ago by NW Granny
Requires Steam might be a good game don't know can't play it..Published 9 months ago by Kindle Customer
- Fun to play.
- Lots of action and cool loot.
- Story and setting based on Greek mythology instead of generic medieval Europe. Read more