Summary: When I was looking for a DS game for my boy, I found this one. We had the version for computer and was very exciting to have one for the nintendo. Once my boy and my husband tried it, they were very satisfied with it.
Summary: This isn't the type of game I normally play.....being a fan of games like Cake Mania and Diner Dash. Decided to pick this up after we read the Percy Jackson books (still on the mythology kick). I really like this game! Being completely NEW to this type of game play....no cons, just pros for me. I REALLY appreciated that this game has tutorials for you to accomplish before being thrown into the missions.
Summary: Age of Empires: Mythology is fantastic. My 13-year-old son loves the game. He also enjoys learning about the different gods and their myths. He particularly enjoys battling as Poseidon, because he has read the Percy Jackson and the Olympians book series by Rick Riordan, and he can pretend to be Percy, who is a son of Poseidon. My son has wanted this game for a long time, and I couldn't find it in stores. Luckily, Amazon had this game, and it has been worth the search.
Summary: I would rank this right up there with FFTA2, Civilization: Revolution, Advance Wars, and AoE for the DS. It's a must-buy for DS turn-based fans. The new graphics make it even better than AoE 1 for the DS.
Summary: "Age of Empires: Mythologies" continues the fine tradition of the classic strategy game series. But this time, we get to use the gods, heroes, and monsters of classic mythology to do battle with on the Nintendo DS. Joy! The game packs in countless hours of gameplay featuring more content then you will ever use and most of the satisfaction of classic strategy series' like "Warcraft" and "Civilization"; all in your pocket.
Summary: As a great lover of Greek Mythology, I think this game really captures everything. The graphics are great, the storyline for each culture is well thought out, and the actual cultures blow me away. Each culture (Egyptian, Greek, and Norse) all include there main gods, and each come with special powers that either benefit your culture or wreck havoc on your enemies.
Summary: I bought this game last week, and have been unable to put it down since, it is VERY addictive! I wasn't sure if I would like it or not, seeing as how the only other strategy game I've played was the SRPG Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings (which is also an excellent game!), but I have enjoyed every minute of it. I can't compare it to the previous Age of Empires, as this is my first one, but Mythologies more than holds it's own.