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Myth: The Fallen Lords

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Genre: Real Time Strategy (RTS), Role-playing (RPG), Strategy

Platforms: Mac, PC (Microsoft Windows)

A real-time tactical game from Bungie Studios, Myth: The Fallen Lords is set in a gothic fantasy realm where the nations of men are in danger of being eradicated. With limited numbers and dwindling odds, players must overcome the impossible to defeat Balor and the powerful Fallen Lords.


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jereponibus
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Great 100%

Bungie, the gaming studio that gave the world Halo, Destiny, Oni, and Marathon, also produced this 1990s fantasy strategy masterpiece, Myth: The Fallen Lords. Myth is everything that one would want in a fantasy epic.  Despite becoming an obscure game, Myth has in-depth original lore heavily influenced by Glen Cook's and JRR Tolkien's writings. Myth's story follows a hopeless conflict known as the Great War, a continental war pitting the West's A... Read More

Positive points
Myth has a profound, gripping, original story. Myth's gameplay proves to be very fun, challenging, and never gets old. Myth's music is very atmospheric and immersive. The narration and voice acting... Read More
Negative points
Myth's 90s-era graphics can come off as fuzzy and reasonably dated. With the narrator's exception, the in-game voice acting doesn't sound as strong as it should. The game is so old that installing, ... Read More

Storyline

The game begins seventeen years after Balor crossed the Cloudspine, with the forces of Light losing the war badly. They are led by "The Nine", a group of avatara, chief amongst whom is Alric. The story is told through the journal entries of a soldier in "The Legion", an elite unit in the army. As the game begins, a berserk runs into the camp of The Nine, and gives them an urn. They extract a severed head, which opens its eyes.