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Age of Mythology

Age of Mythology preserves the familiar elements popular in previous Age of Empires games. Wonders, civilization bonuses, technology trees, resource gathering, empire building, and large armies clashing on fields of battle are all at the heart of the game. At the same time, a number of entirely new gameplay features are introduced, making for a fresh, original experience:

Age of Mythology features a 36 scenario singleplayer campaign designed by the same team that received the 2000 Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences award for story and character development. The campaign allows players to take part in an epic mythological tale, inspired by a number of popular myths. The player will guide his forces everywhere ranging from the siege at Troy, to the pyramids in Egypt, to the snow covered mountains in the North, to the mythological underworld. As progress is made through the singleplayer campaign, parts of the story are presented using in-game cinematic interludes, featuring the actual units being played with (and the environments played in) to tell the tale

Age of Mythology’s revolutionary 3D engine provides the game with gorgeous environments featuring lifelike rolling terrain, beautiful waves and water, realistic sunlight, and lush forests. The units roaming these environments are incredibly detailed, move naturally over the terrain, and come to life through hundreds of fluid animations. Amazing special effects change the look of this beautiful world when the gods get involved: all grows dark as an eclipse takes effect, funnel clouds twist and grow as a tornado sends buildings spinning toward the heavens, and meteors streak in from the heavens to send people and armies at the point of impact flying


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Age of Mythology

This is truly a great extension of the Age of Empires series, worthy of the Microsoft stamp. I had loads of fun playing this game, and I assure you, once you’ve started playing the campaign, you can’t stop playing it untill the end. The only downside is the multiplayer, but with some effort, Ensemble Studios can fix that too.

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