Summary: Great game. I wasn't sure if I'd like it at first because I originally played one of the other games in the series for PC and the formatting seemed to be a bit different, but it proved to be a fun game.
Summary: I really loved the other Age of Empires and thought this would have to be a must buy. For the most part it was. However, it still came across as less overall than it's sister game. Having played both, I can say I'd have been happy with the original only.
Summary: This game arrived in excelent condition after about ten days and being a huge age of empires fan I was excited when it came. It's a turn based game just like other Age of Empires games for DS and offers a unique variety of units and powers to keep Age of Empire fans hooked for at least a week.
Summary: I have both Age of Kings and Mythologies, and there is a very good reason I am playing the latter more often nowadays. Age of Kings is now WAY too easy. Age of kings is easy to the point where I can make it as hard as possible, and still toy around with the enemy before killing them.
Summary: **** NOTE *** in this review I will be comparing Age of Empire: Mythologies to the Age of Empires: The Age of Kings both are Nintendo DS versions. My thought process is if you liked the original you will have interest in the sequel.
Age of Empires: Mythologies= Mythological creatures
26 December 2008
Summary: Got this game for Christmas '08 You can play as the Egyptian, Greek, or Norse civilization. Each civilization has its own gods it worships, such as egyptians- Isis, Ra, or Set; Greek- Zeus or Apollo. (I haven't played as the Norse yet so I don't know about their gods) Also, each civ.
Summary: This is a great turn based strategy game. I'm half-way thru the 1-player campaign on "Normal" setting and its taken me over 12 hours so far. The game allows you to unlock additional maps and special powers by completing various goals. This will hopefully keep the re-play factor going.
Age of Empires Mythologies different yet addictive
24 August 2009
Excerpt: When I first started this game, and did the tutorial I was a bit disappointed, but then as I played it got better and better. It is all laid out like a board game. In each turn (the computer and you take it in turns) you only get to move each piece once.