+1Vartul wrote:Oh man, Titan Quest is so good. Though it does get rather repetitive and grindy towards the end (a problem shared by pretty much all isometric hack n slash rpgs I've played until now).fox wrote:This year I bought Titan Quest Gold at a steal. Nordic Games has reopened the gates of patching and the game is receiving a tidal wave of bugfixes, skill rebalancing, difficulty tweaking, and the multiplayer mode is back.
I am surprised that they have not jacked up the price like someone else has been doing... I also bought Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition. It has been a while since I played a good cRPG. This one should deliver.
And before someone suggests it: No, The Witcher is not for me. God knows I tried. Six times I did. Six times has the game drained all my enthusiasm by the time I reached chapter 5. Enough is enough.
Of course, no TW2 because it builds up from TW1, and naturally no TW3 because by now I could not care the less about Geralt, his wenches, the odd world they live in or CD Projekt RED and their games.
I loved Titan Quest in its day.. nowadays, as you so rightly mention, it does get kinda grindy, but that's where you can mod your saves and save you time
Hmm.. a Shame Diablo 3 falls into this category also.
Especially Season 6 :sigh: