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Basically what it boils down to for Titan Quest is that if you like a hack and slash game in the style of Diablo, then you'll definitely enjoy Titan Quest. If, on the other hand, you're looking for a true role-playing experience in which bashing things with a sword, spear, axe, bow, or some other weapon isn't the only way to achieve your goal, you're probably better off playing Oblivion or waiting for Neverwinter Nights II.
The second is at Geek News with an overall score of 8/10:
Overall it was a good game. Needs a little work on the coding, multiplayer, and story line ends of it, but other than that I would recommend this game as a buy for any RPG fan.
The third is at GamingTrend with an overall score of 85%:
Titan Quest may be a Diablo clone, but it is a Diablo clone done right! With excellent balance, cooperative multiplayer, addictive loot gathering, and a great graphical presentation, it is easy to overlook the few flaws within the game.
And the fourth is at Gameminion with an overall score of 3.5/5:
Many people will see Titan Quest as just another Diablo clone. This isn't wrong, but I don't see it as a negative factor as the previous games of this style were great fun, so why not this one too? The game style is enjoyable for many and quite easy for any player to get stuck right into. Titan Quest can be a little resource heavy at times, especially in the underground sections, but it handles the large amounts of physics, spells and monsters surprisingly well for the most part. This is a game I would certainly recommend to any RPG fan, especially people who enjoy RPG's which aren't overly involved. If you're a big fan of Diablo style action RPG's, you're going to get your moneys worth from this one.