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  • Summary: Age of Mythology: The Titans Expansion adds a fourth mythology, the Atlanteans, to the existing Greek, Egyptian and Norse mythologies. A new single-player campaign will add yet another chapter to the franchise's expansive folklore along with the addition of new scenarios. Atlantean players will be able to call upon the might of the Titan gods (such as Atlas and Cronus) multiple times throughout the game, and may also upgrade human units to heroes. The expansion pack will introduce 12 new god powers, 15 new human units and 10 formidable myth units to the game. [Microsoft] Expand
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  1. Positive: 19 out of 25
  2. Negative: 0 out of 25
  1. With the Titans campaign, Ensemble proves it can make a masterfully varied and well paced single-player RTS campaign, with solid storytelling overall, even if the voice acting has taken a noticeable step backward.
  2. A beautiful compliment to the AOM saga, and this is a title that I will definitely slow down to play.
  3. Something any strategy gamer shouldn't be without. [Dec 2003, p.181]
  4. Despite severe unit pathfinding issues, this expansion is a must buy for anyone who owns the original.
  5. At last, Ensemble fully capitalizes on the game's setting, and the result is most satisfying. [Holiday 2003, p.96]
  6. In some respects it's almost too easy, but if you push your luck too far you'll get your ass kicked right out from under you. There's a delicate balance that one must attain to ride the crest of glory all the way to the end.
  7. Although there's a lot of new content, it's concentrated almost solely in the Atlanteans. [Dec 2003, p.90]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 13 out of 16
  2. Negative: 0 out of 16
  1. Exi
    Dec 11, 2011
    I bought this game about 7 years ago, and I still play it. This game offers everything you would ever want in a strategy game, and the expansion makes it even better. Even because of the bad graphics, you can get a huge amount of fun out of it! This game is defiantly on my top 3 list! Expand
  2. JJHargrove
    Oct 1, 2003
    I love those Titans!
  3. Jan 9, 2011
    The game and the expansion combined are a prime example of how giving creative control to the player creates longevity. The extremely detailed map editor ensured that the online mode lasted a very long time with a plethora of completely different game modes from variations of 'The Sims' to 'Yu-Gi-Oh!'. Not only this but the more competitive side of the game had plenty of strategy with good balance as well as being exciting to play. On the other hand, the single player campaign wasn't quite up to scratch, although it was good in general, and so I feel the game deserves a 9/10 overall. Expand
  4. Solo
    Feb 12, 2008
    Good expansion, with some flaws. Campaign is pretty short. The Titans are awesome looking and have great special effects, but are virtually unstoppable and really skew the balance of the game... and that gets boring after the novelty wears off. The Atlanteans are a great addition to the random games... that's the biggest strength of The Titans expansion. Expand
  5. Aug 7, 2012
    This expansion is worth playing if you liked the original AoM, but don't expect this to top it. The campaign is okay, but not nearly as good as the original and significantly shorter. The new civilization, Atlantis, has a couple of neat innovations but nothing too cool. Expand
  6. CarmenG.
    Apr 19, 2004
    It is a good game but with few titans to choose from.
  7. HankB.
    Oct 2, 2003
    While it adds a new side the game continues its sloooow tradition. Most of the time the game feels like work. Titans are cool and so is mythology - but this is a snoozer Expand

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