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Immortal Throne thumbs up at Atomic Gamer

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Immortal Throne thumbs up at Atomic Gamer

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Thu 8 March 2007, 18:31:57

Tags: Titan Quest

Atomic Gamer has a review of Titan Quest: Immortal Throne. The overall score of the expansion is an 88% with the faults basically being the same faults of the full game. Anyway, on muling:
One of the first things you might notice with Immortal Throne is that you now have a personal bank and a shared one. The personal one can be expanded twice for increasing sums of gold, and it winds up adding a sizable amount of space for your character. But your total capacity is even greater once you realize that you can create new characters and run them to the first village - then you can just drop items into the shared bank, switch characters, then pull them out of the shared slots on your new "mule" characters. These kind of features were added with external third-party utilities in the original Titan Quest, but now it's all done in game.

I've never liked the idea of shared banks. It's just way too much of a YOU ARE PLAYING A GAME convention.

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