Vartul 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).
Yeah, all H&S games take the grindy path at some point. It is kind of a congenital flaw of the genre, but a necessary evil -- somewhat. Good thing the multiplayer is back in Titan Quest. Grinding is a lot more bearable when with friends.
That was naughty
Kind you are, but I will survive without TW3. Do not worry. And I got plenty of games to fill dead times with.
Hm, okay, currently I have more games than time -- not that I complain, being busy is a good thing. I would not want to end up like those who spend all day long surfing forums, posting something, anything, on every argument being touched, as long as it raises their post count and makes them visible, who cares. Makes you wonder if they have a social life at all. Or if that is what they actually call "social"...
Anyway, I am making a very special exception for Tital Quest -a game I know well- which I am ready to play at a moment's notice (as soon as the patch is out of beta, in fact).
But any other game I could get my hands on would only gather e-dust in my library now.