Expansion packs are notorious for providing minimal additional content at a premium price. Age of
Mythology: The Titans is a glorious exception. There’s plenty of new content — a whole new single-player campaign, a new civilization (The Atlanteans) and adjusted gameplay for the original three civilizations. Starcraft, AoM’s three-civilization-predecessor, never attempted to add a fourth regime, with good reason:
the balancing necessary for three distinct civs is formidable.

It’s surprising that Ensemble Studios was willing to undertake such a gargantuan task, and commendable that they released such a polished product. Age of Mythology fans will find that AoM: The Titans adds a new layer of depth to an already superb game.

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