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: Impressions Games har efterhånden været vidt omkring med deres serie af bysimulationer. I starten var det romerne det gik ud over i deres serie af Caesar spil, det har siden været ægypterne i Pharaoh og i udvidelsen Cleopratra, og nu er det de gamle grækere der står for skud i deres nyeste spil: Zeus: Master of Olympus