Revived Legends: Titan's Revenge Collector's Edition
You came to Greece hoping for a relaxing holiday. But on your first day in Athens, a strange solar eclipse begins, shaking the ground and throwing you into an unexpected adventure. In their search for an ancient artifact, a group of archaeologists accidentally released a powerful Titan, who is now bent on revenge against the gods who imprisoned him. If he can reach Olympus and destroy the gods, Earth will be doomed to chaos. It looks like your vacation will have to wait – you’ve got to save the world! Explore Greece in both modern and ancient times in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game.
January 02, 2015
Hidden Objects Vs. Match 3
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Concept Art
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievement & Collectibles
Souvenir Room & Making Of
Replayable HOs & Puzzles
The Archaeologists have accidentally awakened the Titans, right in the middle of Athens and they will destroy everything in their path if they are not stopped soon. You are the chosen by the Gods to receive the Amulet of Time, which will grant you the ability to travel between the ancient Greek and the modern Greek – seeking helps from the ancient Gods, long forgotten by the modern population. One thing we like about Revived Legends: Titan’s Revenge is its fairly unique storyline, the Greek gods-centered plot surely has not been used many times in the genre – that was why we held high hopes for the release of this game. Unfortunately, Titan’s Revenge is not as exciting as it could be due to the slow-paced storyline, the lack of surprise twists and action-packed sequences as well as unrealistic visuals.
We hold nothing against the presentation of Revived Legends: Titan’s Revenge, we definitely think that the artwork looks superb and the colorful locations are very attractive. However, the game would have been much more captivating if the graphics and the characters had look a little more believable, or at least did not look as cartoonish as they do now. In spite of that, the audio did an impressive job – we loved every note of the background music and thoroughly enjoyed the voice overs.
There is nothing much to say about the gameplay mechanics in Revived Legends: Titan’s Revenge, as they are all pretty simple. The hidden object scenes are well-executed and come in different styles, they can also be switched between Match 3 boards for some variety. We found a couple of the puzzles at the beginning of the game to be rather innovative, but the rest of them are not particularly strong or challenging. As for the gameplay features, there is a map included, custom difficulty option, along with achievements and collectibles there is no diary or journal to keep track of the story though.
Revived Legends: Titan’s Revenge is a fairly relaxing game, but certainly not the type of game in which you cannot wait to finish the whole game in one go. The main game of Revived Legends: Titan’s Revenge was entertaining, and lasted roughly around 3 and a half hours – the bonus chapter was okay, lasted barely an hour.