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  1. Titan Quest may have been out for over a decade, but it has just released on consoles for the first time. Players can now experience the Diablo-like ARPG based on mythologies from around the world. Crafted by Brian Sullivan, one of the co-creators of Age of Empires, players travel across Europe, the Middle East, and Asia in an attempt to stop the long imprisoned Titans from destroying the planet. With the help of the gods themselves, it might just be possible. Titan Quest is notable for its story having been written by Randall Wallace, the mind behind the film Braveheart. The console version features completely overhauled graphics that bring the 2006 game up to modern graphical standards. It also supports online co-op play for up to six players. That's right, up to five of your friends can run around the ancient world doing battle with mythical creatures. With controls remapped to console gamepads, it's never been easier to play. Titan Quest is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A Nintendo Switch version is currently in development, but the official word is that it will be released when it is done. A couch co-op mode is also on the way. What do you think? Will you be picking up Titan Quest? View full article
  2. Titan Quest may have been out for over a decade, but it has just released on consoles for the first time. Players can now experience the Diablo-like ARPG based on mythologies from around the world. Crafted by Brian Sullivan, one of the co-creators of Age of Empires, players travel across Europe, the Middle East, and Asia in an attempt to stop the long imprisoned Titans from destroying the planet. With the help of the gods themselves, it might just be possible. Titan Quest is notable for its story having been written by Randall Wallace, the mind behind the film Braveheart. The console version features completely overhauled graphics that bring the 2006 game up to modern graphical standards. It also supports online co-op play for up to six players. That's right, up to five of your friends can run around the ancient world doing battle with mythical creatures. With controls remapped to console gamepads, it's never been easier to play. Titan Quest is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A Nintendo Switch version is currently in development, but the official word is that it will be released when it is done. A couch co-op mode is also on the way. What do you think? Will you be picking up Titan Quest?
  3. Grinding Gear Games' Path of Exile has long been one of the low-key hits of the PC world and, more recently, the Xbox One console with its Fall of Oriath expansion. The Diablo-like free-to-play game has amassed a following of over 13 million players and its expansions have received accolades. The Bestiary expansion released today aims to continue that growth with a solid release filled with features and content for players to enjoy. Bestiary adds about 300 hunts that players can complete to capture dangerous creatures that range across the continent of Wraeclast. these monsters can then be used to forge new gear as players make progress on their hunts and climb the ladder of the Bestiary Challenge League. The League refreshes the economy of Path of Exile and provides a number of new mechanics designed to hook new players and reel in those returning to check out the changes. The full hunt roster consists of about 250 vicious creatures and 40 that have transcended the level of dangerous and become legends in their own right. As players capture each of these beasts, they will be placed in a private menagerie, a zoo of sorts. Players can then use the animals in the zoo to access the new beastcrafting mechanic that allows players to fight their captured animals and combine them into powerful new items. Some special fights against powerful spiritual entities await those who approach the end-game of Bestiary and combine the right animals. A whole slew of items and upgrades have made their way into the game alongside rebalanced and reworked Ascendancy Classes. Path of Exile: Bestiary is now available on PC and will be coming to Xbox One next week.
  4. Grinding Gear Games' Path of Exile has long been one of the low-key hits of the PC world and, more recently, the Xbox One console with its Fall of Oriath expansion. The Diablo-like free-to-play game has amassed a following of over 13 million players and its expansions have received accolades. The Bestiary expansion released today aims to continue that growth with a solid release filled with features and content for players to enjoy. Bestiary adds about 300 hunts that players can complete to capture dangerous creatures that range across the continent of Wraeclast. these monsters can then be used to forge new gear as players make progress on their hunts and climb the ladder of the Bestiary Challenge League. The League refreshes the economy of Path of Exile and provides a number of new mechanics designed to hook new players and reel in those returning to check out the changes. The full hunt roster consists of about 250 vicious creatures and 40 that have transcended the level of dangerous and become legends in their own right. As players capture each of these beasts, they will be placed in a private menagerie, a zoo of sorts. Players can then use the animals in the zoo to access the new beastcrafting mechanic that allows players to fight their captured animals and combine them into powerful new items. Some special fights against powerful spiritual entities await those who approach the end-game of Bestiary and combine the right animals. A whole slew of items and upgrades have made their way into the game alongside rebalanced and reworked Ascendancy Classes. Path of Exile: Bestiary is now available on PC and will be coming to Xbox One next week. View full article
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