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Age of Mythology: The Titans Review

Written by John Hopkins. Posted in Games

As the 2013 game releases uncover a whole new age of video games with unbelievable graphics and challenging missions, we can’t help but feel a little nostalgic over the old games which started our passion for video games. Age of Empires was one of the most complex strategy games and a lot of dedicated player enjoy playing this game even now. Perhaps one of the most exciting versions of this game was Age of Mythology, especially the Titans expansion. If you’ve never played this game, you should definitely try it, despite that fact that is was released nearly 10 years ago. Age of Mythology: The Titans may not have the sophisticated graphics of the newest games, but is has a lot of exciting features and a well thought strategy concept.
  • Plot
The main character of Age of Mythology: The Titans is the hero Kastor, son of Arkanstos. Kastor’s father is dead but he manages to appear in the mortal world in order to guide his son in an upcoming war. The game features a powerful civilization which is on the brinks of extinction and who seeks help from the mighty titans in order to rebuild their former glory. The other civilizations are not too fond of this new alliance and so new confrontations await this world and Kastor, our hero, is caught in the middle.
  • New features
Age of Mythology: The Titans has the same strategy concept as the rest of the Age of Empires games. However, it does bring some new features. For starters, the Atlantean culture is very interesting as all units have the potential to become heroes. Therefore, you will not be limited to a number of heroes as you were with the previous version of the game. The game does not have an hierarchical power structure but rather a rock-paper-scissors structure. This means that heroes kill mythical creatures, the mythical creatures kill soldiers and the soldiers can kill the heroes. This makes the game very complex. In order to win it, you mustn’t focus on certain units but you must know the weaknesses and powers of each unit.
  • Game layout
The single player campaign of this game contains 12 missions. In most of the missions, you are playing with the Atlanteans. The purpose of the game is not to eliminate all your enemies. Instead, you need to accomplish certain goals and tasks like rescuing units or retrieving mysterious objects. The campaign missions are rather easy and if you are a passionate gamer, you will finish this game in a a day or two, depending on the time you spend in front of the computer. However, if you have some friends who also enjoy strategy games, you will find the multiplayer option to be very interesting.

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