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Forged in the sword-swinging spirit of Diablo, Dungeon Siege, and other action-oriented role-playing games, Titan Quest has players trekking across ancient Greece, Egypt, and China to slay the legendary deities of mythology. Players will roam 3D landscapes, visit bustling towns, and invade enemy camps, caves, lairs, and other sinister settings to complete both primary and optional side quests. Mythical creatures such as harpies, centaurs, and cyclopes dot the landscape and will attack heroes on sight, allowing players to gradually build up their character's attributes and equipment through real-time, point-and-click combat.
Rather than choose from a rigid list of character types, Titan Quest is notable for letting players carefully shape their hero by exploring two of eight diverse skill trees. The game also features three difficulty levels, each offering different rewards and distinct encounters through more than 30 hours of estimated play. Once the single-player campaign is complete, up to six intrepid adventures can continue the hack-and-slash action online with a choice of in-game maps or custom levels designed using the included world editor. Brian Sullivan, co-creator of Microsoft's Age of Empires real-time strategy series, supervised Titan Quest's two-year development at Iron Lore Entertainment. ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game Guide