Age of Mythology: The Titans - Age of Mythology Expanded Mod v. Atlantis has fallen, but don't count the Atlanteans out just yet. The Titans does have some niceties all its own. Though more expensive than its Greek, Viking and Egyptian counterparts, Citizens with donkey in tow have no need for town centers or storage units, since any item they harvest goes instantly into your pool of assets. But perhaps the depth has added a Starcraft: Broodwars type of flaw? Description: Expanded Mod is to give a new look and feel to AoM, while keeping it's concept, and Features intact, don't expect much to be taken away.
Graphics are just as nice as the original, and several of the new units were a solid improvement, even from itself. Two Scenario Campaign 100s of New Units and Buildings. Though their homeland has fallen beneath the waves, the survivors of Atlantis have found new gods to worship: the Titans. The dog with three heads can move at great speed and eliminate lots of enemies in a few seconds. The Titans looks to have been thoroughly play-tested, as there appear to be little to no flaws in its execution. Sounds and in game music were also very well done, with few exceptions.
The new gods available and their available powers also adds a new dimension and depth to the game. It was developed by Microsoft, just like Age of Empires, and not only does it allow us to make a culture evolve, you also get to learn how to use divine powers against the enemies of your worshipers. In short, making an addition to this type of game is always a bit iffy as far as game balance is concerned, but the finished product is both challenging, fast-paced, and most importantly, fun. If you though Age of Mythology was a great game, and you want to discover new options, characters and weapons, don't think twice and download The Titans. I'll admit, the Time Shift addition to the Atlanteans looks good and is fun to use in single player mode, but it's more of a worry to see how it turns out when a well-defended Greek base suddenly has an army of Atlanteans inside the walls' My only other complaint would be voice acting for scripted characters. The Atlantean basic unit, the Citizen, is quite an excellent addition.
The Titans is an expansion for this great game, that not only does it allow us to enjoy new units and maps, but also to evolve to a new era, the Titans Era, in which we will be able to invoke the the titans of each civilization: - The Vikings have Ymir, a great ice giant with incredible strength, that will help us to destroy all kinds of buildings with his hammer. . It's bad in some spots, terrible in others. Using the powers bestowed upon them by Oranos, Kronos, and other deities, the Atlanteans are poised to avenge themselves against Olympus and the gods of the other nations; the Norse and the Egyptians. But is vengeance the goal of the Atlanteans' or the Titans themselves? Highly recommended to gamers of all stripes. Did they get Chucky's dad from Rugrats to do voices? Even non-Age players will quickly pick up the intuitive control set, and control of units is as easy as the previous Age titles. A new race with new gods to worship, a series of new and exciting powers, and a whole slew of units to command, The Titans does an admirable job of continuing in the rich tradition of Age titles.
Notable Features include: All Human Units will Equal 1 pop, Heroes will be now 0 pop Except Priests, Atlantean, and Hesirs Two New Random Maps: Bayou and Chaparral. Age of Mythology is one of the best known strategy games in the last few years. . . .
. . . . .
. . . . .
. . . . . .