Excerpt: Impressions has made a reputation for itself with its line of ancient city building games. First there was the Caesar series which focused on the Roman Empire. Next they turned their attention to Ancient Egypt with Pharaoh and its expansion game, Cleopatra. Now Impressions takes you to Ancient Greece in their latest game, Zeus: Master of Olympus. Does this game bring anything new to the series, or is it just a rehash of the prior games with Greek looking graphics?
Excerpt: Zeus: Master of Olympus is third in the city building series from Impressions Studios. This Greek city-state simulator offers much of the same detail in the previous titles, but presents things in a much more accessible format. While many gamers felt that Caesar III and Pharaoh required too much micromanagement, Zeus still requires gamers to attend to details such as food production and industry, but some of the unrewarding tasks have been minimized.
Excerpt: Designed by Impressions Games Distributed by Sierra Studios Minimum System Requirements Windows 95/98/ME/2000 Pentium 166 or faster 32 MB RAM Quadspeed (4x) CD-ROM drive 100% Microsoft-compatible Mouse and keyboard 2MB SVGA Video Card (PCI or AGP) w\ Direct X 7.0a 550 MB for installation and swap file Windows compatible mouse Da Introduction: Set during the era when the Greek Gods roamed the earth fighting over mortals and their cities.
Excerpt: The Wargamer is proud to present Sierra Studios and Impressions Games with yet another joint Award for Exellence. Zeus: Master of Olympus is a humorous, fun, intriguing, and accessible family game that brings mythology and classic literature to life and lifts Sierra's award-winning Citybuilding Series all the way up to the lofty heights of Mount Olympus!
Excerpt: After playing quite a bit of Caesar 3, I became a total addict of the next city-building game from Impressions Games, Pharaoh. The only two games that caused a serious break in my playing time on this one were Metal Gear Solid and Diablo 2, so you can imagine how badly I wanted to try out the newest gem from Impressions, Zeus. I read a lot about this new game.
Summary: Зададимся концептуальным вопросом. Что хотели сказать нам разработчики,
выпуская в свет Zeus: Master of Olympus ? Что греки — это круто?
Или что оливки не деликатес, а садовый овощ? Пожалуй, не то и не другое.
Судя по геймплею, интерфейсу и сюжету, авторы решили, наконец, принести
свою продукцию в массы.