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Age of Mythology: The Titans Expansion Pack (PC)

by Microsoft
Windows 2000 / NT / 98 / Me / XP
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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  • Harness the awesome powers of the Titan gods as the battle for heaven and earth continues
  • New single-player campaign, scores of new mythological units, and the ability to upgrade units to heroes
  • Titans add another important chapter with the addition of new scenarios to explore and conquer
  • Atlanteans can use god powers multiple times - unleash huge Titans to wreak havoc
  • The ancient world comes to life in great detail with exciting gameplay elements and characters

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  • Platform:   Windows 2000 / NT / 98 / Me / XP
  • ELSPA Minimum Age: 3
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B0000A1WRJ
  • Item Weight: 141 g
  • Release Date: 3 Oct. 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,080 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

The lost civilisation of Atlantis returns in Age of Mythology: The Titans, the first expansion for the real time strategy title Age of Mythology. The expansion pack includes a new single-player campaign, another important chapter to the franchise's expansive folklore with new scenarios to explore and conquer, scores of new mythological units, the ability to promote units to heroes, and, of course, the opportunity to harness the awesome powers of the Titans. The battle for heaven and earth continues as the Atlanteans enter the Age of Mythology.

Gamers can take advantage of exclusive features that allow the Atlanteans to dominate their opponents. They can use their Titan god powers multiple times to demolish the opposition, promote selected units within the culture to hero status, and reap the benefits of a culture with new features, such as the ability to control time and space. They also can explore new maps and expand the "playground of the gods". Age of Mythology: The Titans brings the ancient world to life in more detail than ever before with exciting gameplay elements and characters. The expansion pack will unveil the incredible powers of the Titan gods, which can be unleashed by the Atlanteans who worship them. In addition, new myth units and human units allow gamers to build their civilisation and go into battle in a multitude of ways.

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A new age... That of KRONOS and the TITANS!!! 26 Dec. 2003
Ensemble Studios and Microsoft bring you the Titans, the official expansion for age of Mythology. Before I tell you about the game I will go over the technical stuff.
The same hardware is required for the Titans as in Age of Mythology, despite the games great graphics, sounds and visuals; ES and Microsoft are being very lienient, only 450mhz is required to play an almost all computers made within the last 3 years are well above that. The Titans is also not very consuming on hard disk space, taking up a mere 500MB on top of the original AOM, and now for the game.
Many things are new to the game, there is a whole new civilisation, The Atlanteans, allowing the major gods Kronos(who gives cheaper siege and myth), Oranus (who gives sky passages allowing you to get your units all around the map in a split second) and Gaia (plants grow out of all her buildings).
With the 3 major gods comes 12 minor gods, all of which being Titans like Atlas, Prometheus and Rheia.
A 12 scenario campaign is introduced, covering the events after the fall of Atlantis is a very emersive storyline of treachery, misunderstandment and of course ... Titans.
Some players (the sadists(j/k)) may have not liked it in any Age of games, that in Random map(a regular game) there was no horribly massive unit that was all powerful, such was the case in AOM, but now all those people rejoice, in Random map you can make titans, its a long proceidure but the Titan(there is a unique titan for each civilisation) is the most powerful unit ever imagined; thousands of hit points, absorbs 95% of all damage, unless you have another Titan, you are dead.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars If you're still playing AOM now, get The Titans! 2 Nov. 2003
If Centaurs, Anubites and Frost Giants made Age of Mythology too surreal for you, you won't welcome the new culture - The Atlanteans - in this expansion pack. If on the other hand you're still playing AOM and just can't get enough of mythical beasts and god powers, this is a must-buy.
In addition to the obvious - the new campaign and civilization - there are new random maps including Marsh, Tundra, Highland and Megalopolis, all with a great fresh feel to them. Any "hardcore" AOM players will appreciate the numerous subtle enhancements in gameplay, while the concept of Titans will come as a shock to the system - be ready to change your strategies to accomodate this.
The much-improved Internet multiplayer system, Ensemble Studios Online, is also worthy of praise. The developers have addressed nearly all the awkwardnesses and bugs that were so prevalent before.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars great strategy 13 Mar. 2004
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whilst the game is a bit on the expensive side, with only twelve new missions. but it is well worth buying, as it gives you a few new technologies and, of couse THE TITANS! (yay!)
the story now follows akantos' son, Kastor, and his attempts to defeat the titans as they attempt to break out of erebus. Although the campaign is almost entirely atlantean, you do get to use the other mythologies once, although i find that the Atlantean mythology now almost entiely outmatches the other mythologies.
Some examples of superior Atlantean power:
-the atlanteans can use their god powers more than once
-All of their units can be converted into heroes, so a mythological-heavy stategy can turn to disaster against the atlanteans.
-The basic units themselves are frequently as powerful as the greek units, and have powerful counter units. (the fanatic is an unbelievebly good human unit, with the following stats - 120 Hp, 10 hack, 2 bonus damage Vs all infantry/cavalry, 40% hack armour and 25% piece armor (and thats without inprovements or hero status.)
- whilst expensive, the atlantean villagers are far better than any of the other villagers, they build faster, gather faster, are better at fighting, can be converted to heroes to further increase their gathering/building speed, and they dont need a drop of point for resouces.
That is my case for the Atlantean civilisation, and their only eaknesses is their expensive units and lack of a "super unit" (collosus, mountain giant atc.)
Obviously with the new game, comes its name-sake, the titan - these huge beings can decimat entire armies and bring mihty cities to the ground, and therefore, it is now the key to many random map/multiplayer games, as it would be a disaster to allow you enemy to have one, and you without.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderfully beautiful and amazing in gameplay 17 Nov. 2003
Age of Mythology: The Titans adds one new civilization with completly new units and buildins, Atlanteans. Aswell as 4 new technologies for the original 3 races.
ES have also improved the details of some of the units and even made some new models of little things I think.
The game also has a 12 scenario campaign which unfortunetly won't entertain you much, in my opinion it isn't as good as AoM's campaign although it's still worth playing :)
Now each civilization can build a Titan, many times bigger than any normal unit and extremly powerful- able to destroy a whole city and armies in a few minutes. With the new Titans, and technologies I think the game is finally balanced! :)
The new ESO has many improvements including an easy chat with your mates where you don't have to keep opening a box to message them. They've also imprved the matchmaking system and the interface of the whole gaming channel!
The Editor has been much enhanced, some say it's now the most powerful editor but I don't know as I don't have all the games in the world :P
There are alot of changes to The Titans that I have not talked about so buy it to find out! :D
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Graphics: 4- Although they look very beautiful from the normal view, they arn't that detailed and when you zoom in there isn't many sticky out bits like noses, ears etc
Sounds: 5- Very cool music that fits the game perfectly. The sounds that the units make are also very impressive.
Gameplay: 4.5- It may be extremly fun but it can also be very annoying. The game is very reflex-based so those older gamers or newbies may not be able to keep up with what's going on, you'll have to be very quick to get in the top ranks!
With all the God powers, Myth Units and Titans it's a heck of a game to play!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't let the image fool you...!
This is not as shown in the image (i.e. an original box copy of AoM: The Titans) -- instead, it's an Ubisoft Gold Ediiton, repackaged containing both AoM and AoM: The Titans. Read more
Published 22 months ago by Aidan Cooper
5.0 out of 5 stars AOM Titans Expansion
A brilliant game, if you are a fan of RTS genre you should seriously consider buying this game (you need the original AOM to installed already before you install the Titans... Read more
Published on 25 Jun. 2012 by Hope
3.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't get it to work
I haven't played Age of Empires III or Age of Mythology for ages, so after recently reinstalling and playing them again I decided to buy the expansion packs for them all. Read more
Published on 14 Jan. 2012 by C88
5.0 out of 5 stars The new age... OF TITANS!
The Age of Mythology has been nothing short of a great addition to the already amazing classic. The expansion comes with a new just as interesting campaigns playing the story of... Read more
Published on 16 Dec. 2010 by Primal John
5.0 out of 5 stars Good game, better than age of empires
This game is great. It is a expansion pack. The main diffrence between this and Age of Mytholagy is that this has a new civilisation (Atlanticans) and there are Titans. Read more
Published on 19 Feb. 2007 by Florencium
5.0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT EXPANSION PACK!!!!!!!! MUST GET!!!!!!!!!!
After getting AOM I got the expansion pack for it and found it to be excellent and brilliant. You can have a huge titan tower over in battle asnd figting other titans on the enemy... Read more
Published on 27 Mar. 2005 by WTSRS
1.0 out of 5 stars YOU NEED AGE OF MYTHOLOGY TO PLAY!!!!
I was really excited when my new game was delivered through my letter box. I was going to use Amazon's offer and buy Age of Mythology & the Expansion pack together, but having... Read more
Published on 27 July 2004 by "georgia20012"
5.0 out of 5 stars Truely Titanous
Its brill!You get a new set of Gods:the Atlantean gods.Oranos,Kronos and Gaia are what they are.There is a new last age the Titan age which is the one where you can build the Titan... Read more
Published on 17 April 2004 by jeanie L
4.0 out of 5 stars pretty good
very expensive considering there are only 12 levels on campaign. the map editor isn't easy to use, and random maps are pretty much the same as in age of mythology. Read more
Published on 27 Jan. 2004 by Tamsin Dance
4.0 out of 5 stars Great add-on
Perhaps a bit steeply priced considering that it's only 12 levels and little else, Ensemble have managed once again to produce a nifty little package. Read more
Published on 18 Nov. 2003 by Matthew Willis
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