Age of empires: mythologies

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When I was asked to create a list with the best Final Fantasy I tried to be as objective as possible, but without leaving aside my personal experience (after all, all lists have a subjective part and whoever says they don’t is lying through his teeth). A mess that I repeated looking for the best Resident Evil. And as there are no two without three, now it’s time to make a list with the best Age of Empires of all.

Age of Empires: Mythologies was the second attempt of Nintendo DS to offer a turn-based variant of the classic saga of Ensemble Studios, in this case on the mythological spin-off released on PC in 2002. Its reception was much more lukewarm than the first DS work, partly because it was more detached from its own mythology. And it retained the gifts of the deities, which was to be welcomed.

Age of Empires: The Age of Kings was the first step from the classic RTS to turn-based strategy in the line of Advance Wars, as the second DS game mentioned above replicated in the same way. But at least here it did enjoy better reviews, being a rarity worth seeing on this great Nintendo handheld. Especially for fans of Intelligent Systems on handhelds.

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First released back in 2002, ‘Age of Mythology’ is my favorite installment of ‘Age of Empires’, a fantastic game that brings together mythologies and legends with the gameplay of Ensemble Studios’ saga. For those who start with ‘Age of Mythology Extended Edition’ now, we have prepared a list with all the tricks of the game.

From cheats to get resources to those that will allow us to summon special creatures, a complete list of cheats that you can use by pressing Enter in the middle of the game, typing the cheat and pressing Enter again. No more biting the dust when you have the favor of the gods on your side.

La edad de la mitología manda

En el pensamiento nahua prehispánico, la decadencia de las ciudades y los imperios era predicha por signos tanto celestes como terrestres que superaban los acontecimientos naturales y ordinarios de la vida cotidiana y que, por su misma extrañeza, causaban un profundo terror en el pueblo. Se creía que estos presagios eran engendrados por las divinidades como consecuencia de las transgresiones cometidas por los gobernantes. Pero estos signos terrestres en forma de horribles apariciones de monstruos también anunciaban la imposición de un nuevo orden político. La destrucción de los antiguos imperios y el surgimiento de otros nuevos en el Altiplano Central de México en el periodo Postclásico siguió este modelo de acontecimientos, y puede interpretarse de manera similar, reforzando una concepción cíclica de la historia entre los antiguos nahuas. Una de las principales aportaciones de este trabajo es su análisis de los monstruos desde un punto de vista mesoamericano que destaca el simbolismo de sus particulares características físicas y su significado en la cosmovisión nahua.

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Los eventos y las catástrofes naturales que ocasionaron la pérdida de las edades pasadas dejaron una impronta en la memoria colectiva de los pueblos nahuas, y determinaron en buena medida las posibles causas de destrucción de las ciudades. Así, el tlatoani de Cuauhtitlan, Coxcoxteuctli, al ser avisado de la destrucción de su ciudad por su nieto, se interrogó sobre las posibles causas de la misma y supuso que ocurriría por eclipses, temblores, enfermedades o guerras.7

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When I was asked to create a list with the best Final Fantasy I tried to be as objective as possible, but without leaving aside my personal experience (after all, all lists have a subjective part and whoever says they don’t is lying through his teeth). A mess that I repeated looking for the best Resident Evil. And as there are no two without three, now it’s time to make a list with the best Age of Empires of all.

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Age of Empires: Mythologies was the second attempt of Nintendo DS to offer a turn-based variant of the classic saga of Ensemble Studios, in this case on the mythological spin-off released on PC in 2002. Its reception was much more lukewarm than the first DS work, partly because it was more detached from its own mythology. And it retained the gifts of the deities, which was to be welcomed.

Age of Empires: The Age of Kings was the first step from the classic RTS to turn-based strategy in the line of Advance Wars, as the second DS game mentioned above replicated in the same way. But at least here it did enjoy better reviews, being a rarity worth seeing on this great Nintendo handheld. Especially for fans of Intelligent Systems on handhelds.

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