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Titan Quest: Immortal Throne Latest News - PC

Titan Quest: Immortal Throne
Game Description:Titan Quest: Immortal Throne expands on the original game, transporting the story from the swamps of the Mediterranean to the depths of Hades. This expansion adds 12 hours of single-player content per difficulty level. New gameplay features include an all-new skill mastery that combines with existing masteries to form eight new playable character classes. Immortal Throne also adds dozens of terrifying new monsters, hundreds of unique weapons and an additional 10 levels of character and skill development.
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Titan Quest: Immortal Throne News

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  • GameTap Teams With THQ

    GameTap, the broadband entertainment network from Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., announced today a long-term partnership with THQ Inc. We're talking subscription play of THQ games, digital downloads (is there any other kind??) and all the fun you can possibly shove in your funhole. Some THQ games will be made available for free play on...

    Posted July 22, 2008

    GameTap Teams With THQ
  • Best of 2007: Best RPG

    Posted: December 17, 2007

    12,817 Views | 01:57

  • Titan Quest: Immortal Throne Review

    Posted: April 11, 2007

    2,560 Views | 02:51

 


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