Risen 3: Titan Lords on GeForce NOW

Another week another game added to the ever-expanding list of games on GeForce Now the world’s first cloud-gaming service capable of streaming PC games at up to 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. The game added this week is Risen 3: Titan Lords the 3rd in the Risen series. You can buy the latest installment in the Risen saga for $19.99, which includes unlimited streaming rights and a digital download code for Steam for people who love an offline/PC copy. Risen 3: Titan Lords is rated M for Mature by the Entertainment Software Rating Board, and is not recommended for players under the age of 18.



Struggling to rebuild after the devastation suffered in the Titan Wars, humanity is now abandoned by the gods. While exploring the Crab Coast for treasure you awaken the demonic Titan known as the Shadow Lord, which consumes your soul in a terrible battle. Raised from the dead by the witch doctor, Bones, you embark on a quest to restore your soul in this magical RPG game. Success hinges on your ability to align with one of the leaders of three factions – the voodoo witch Chani (a companion in Risen 2), the high magician Zacharias on Taranis, and the druid Eldric (a recurring NPC from the first game) who is leading an ancient order of Demon Hunters to fight the Shadow Lord and his minions. Your choice will determine the special abilities you’ll be able to wield in combat, as well as open up different paths, and quests, to your ultimate objective: stopping the Titans once and for all.


Crystal magic has returned so vets of the series will appreciate that. This is a pirate-themed RPG game, so swordplay still plays a vital role and a revamped combat system is introduced. Can you master magic and steel, defeat the new Titan threat and win back your soul?

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Anthony Garera

Anthony is usually tinkering with everything and anything because there's always one more thing to do, reviewing games and apps and complaining about things normal people don't think about.

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