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Patriot’s Playing: Diablo 3 & Titan Quest

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It’s a been a while since I’ve done one of these posts, but I want to start back writing more and so here we are.

This week, I’m playing three games. Of course Destiny 2 is a given for me, and this week I plan on spending a little more time in the Haunted Forest since I didn’t really get to into it last week.

Outside of Destiny though, this week I’m continuing to play some Diablo 3. i’m playing some on my main character, the Demon Hunter I first began playing on a couple of years ago. I recently switched to the popular Unhallowed build and have been enjoying it tremendously although I am currently a glass cannon.

Speaking of glass cannon, I attempted a Greater Rift 74 and experienced possibly the worst spawn that I could’ve. My build does most of its damage to enemies at a distance, like at the very edge of the edge of the screen or off it, and I can’t take damage. Watch this video…

Literally had no chance.

Besides my Demon Hunter, I’m also slowly working on a seasonal Barb. I never really gave that class any attention during my previous playthroughs so I wanted to mix it up and do something different for a change.

Still very early into it, the character is only 36 or so. but I’ve largely been enjoying it though. I want to get the seasonal set for it since the whirlwind build looks like it’ll be a lot of fun in the later rifts.

I’m also playing through another ARPG, the remastered Titan Quest on PS4. It is as fun as ever, and I’ve always been a big fan of just about anything involving Greek and/or Egyptian mythology.

I’m still undecided on the type of character I want to ultimately make. I’ll have to research some quality builds. As I do in a lot of ARPG’s or just RPG’s in general with this type of setting, I made my character a woman and named her Xena. What can I say? I still love the Warrior Princess.

If you haven’t played Titan Quest before, you should definitely give it a go. It’s a ton of fun, but it is I suppose “outdated” in a lot of ways. But then again, that’s part of the games charm (it first released in 2006).

What games are you playing this week? Of course Red Dead Redemption 2 comes out Friday and that’s a HUGE release that many of you will no doubt be playing. I am looking forward to it as well as the first one is one of my favorite games of all time.

I won’t be getting it at launch though. At this point, I figure I’ve waited basically eight years for this game that another couple of months isn’t going to hurt me.


  • Gary is Owner and Editor-in-Chief of Vortainment. He's usually posting news and reviews, and doing all the back end stuff as well. He likes to play video games, watch movies, wrestling and college football (Roll Tide Roll).

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