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Age of Mythology: The Titans
20 October 2005
Excerpt: Age of Mythology was like Marmite to strategy gamers: you either loved it or hated it. AoE purists bemoaned the Myth units for making the game too one sided whilst the more tactical gamers enjoyed the Myth addition for the extra longevity that they could produce in battles. Love it or hate it, it must be agreed that AoM was one of the better releases in the last 12 months & scored heavily in the original reviews.
Excerpt: It’s been said that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, so just imagine what kind of trouble you could find from a pissed off god. That’s the immediate premise of the sequel to last year’s acclaimed RTS game, Age of Mythology. With epic battles between three ancient civilizations and their deities, Ensemble Studios and Microsoft delivered a deep, engaging title that stretched the boundaries of the genre.
Excerpt: Age of Mythology: The Titans is the first expansion pack for Age of Mythology, Ensemble Studios' real-time strategy game released last year. The Titans begins where Age of Mythology ended. You play now as Kastor, son of Arkantos, the hero of the original game's campaign. Kastor has become one of the leaders of the Atlantean refugees, abandoned by the gods since the destruction of their island.
Conclusion: The Titans is just what's needed to keep you interested in Age of Mythology. The Atlanteans and the Titans add enough twists to the gameplay to make this a satisfying and enjoyable expansion.
Summary: The expansion pack to last year's outstanding real-time strategy game Age of Mythology includes some big, new additions. Literally. Appropriately titled "The Titans," this add-on lets you summon enormous monstrosities to support your armies in the latter stages of a battle. These creatures are so powerful that only a large, concentrated force, or another titan, can defeat them.
Conclusion: Age of Mythology: The Titans is slated to appear in stores across the US at the end of this month. Till then we've provided you with some brand-new shots from the game to tide you over before our full review goes live. Now, if you will excuse me, I have to go throttle Petrodon.
Conclusion: As far as expansions go, The Titans is an example of how this kind of thing should be done, but, more to the point, it's got big chunky polygon things belting each other to pieces *shrieks like a little girl such is his happiness* .
Summary: Fidèle à leurs politiques commerciales et créatrices, Microsoft et Ensemble Studios nous dépêchent leur traditionnelle extension, un an après la sortie de l’opus de base, ici Age of Mythology. Intitulée très pertinemment The Titans, cette seconde salve de Mythologie stratégique se compose d’une nouvelle civilisation – les Atlantes -, d’une nouvelle unité – l’impressionnant Titan – et d’une myriade d’innovations dites de gameplay.
Summary: "Age of Mythology: The Titans je vynikající datadisk, který pøináší jednu novou kampaò, novou rasu Atlan�anù, nová božstva, kouzla, jednotky apod. Singleplayer nabízí 12 misí, bìhem kterých budete muset zastavit uprchlé bývalé vládce Atlantidy Titány. To samozøejmì nebude jednoduché, na pomoc Vám pøijdou i další národy, za které budete i hrát. Souèástí hry je editor map, a multiplayer, což zaruèuje stovky a stovky hodin herní zábavy. ...