Titan Quest Reviews

Another pair of reviews for Iron Lore's Titan Quest have made their way to the web, and they're both favorable. The first is at Out of Eight with an overall score of 7/8:
I'm not a huge fan of role-playing games, but I do like Titan Quest. The game combines an exceptional mastery/skill system, proper difficulty, awesome graphics, and multiplayer into a fun package. There are a couple of odd things about the game, but nothing that ruins the gameplay. The flexibility of the game, including the 36 classes and the map editor, should result in Titan Quest having more staying power than your typical action RPG. The setting of the game is also pretty unique, and although you tend to forget you're in ancient Greece at times, the overall presentation of Titan Quest is first-class. A little bit more freedom in the main campaign would be appreciated, especially for subsequent characters you've created, but it's still an enjoyable game. The role-playing game has been seeing a sort of renaissance lately, and Titan Quest continues this rebirth with an engaging experience.

And the second is at Gameplay Monthly with an overall score of 8.4/10:
Overall Titan Quest is an above average Hack and Slasher RPG. The class system has a high amount of depth and fun to play around with. The game looks good and plays good when it is stable. Once the problems in the game are fixed Titan Quest has a good chance of being a remember game. Will it rival Diablo? Who knows it is too early to tell, but Titan Quest is going to need some big help from the players and community to have a chance.