Titan Quest (Review)
Developer: Dot Emu
The mobile version of the game has had plenty of issues—including frame rate and saved game issues—but it is still one of the better Diablo-like titles.
Thanks for the heads up Falk - I will look into this ASAP and update the guide as needed.Titan Quest (Review)
Developer: Dot EmuThe mobile version of the game has had plenty of issues—including frame rate and saved game issues—but it is still one of the better Diablo-like titles.
My understanding of iOS Titan Quest is that the DotEmu version that Pocket Tactics reviewed in 2016, with 4/5 stars, is no longer available on the Apple app store. On the Apple app store the iOS version is now a HandyGames mobile app that was released November 7th, 2018, and appears to be actively supported.
I'm not up to speed on all the THQ bankruptcy, liquidation, asset sales, and history, but the Darksiders franchise seems to have been successfully resurrected with the current THQ Nordic, based out of Austria. Somewhat similarly, it's my understanding that THQ Nordic has invested in the Titan Quest IP they also acquired, as well, to include on mobile the rights reverting back to them from the DotEmu port and so moving to their THQ Nordic subsidiary, HandyGames, for the Titan Quest mobile port. I've heard nothing but good things about HandyGames, to include their Titan Quest mobile support, on iOS so I'd enjoy reading a review of the current Titan Quest iOS mobile version.
How the Android version is faring after the transition from DotEmu to HandyGames I have not heard, just good things about iOS and HandyGames there.
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