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Look at this. On paper this is the greatest game ever to grace the screen. And in a way, it is. The costumes! The statues! The landscapes! The light! I that is to say, my character walked past the Theatre of Dionysus in its construction, which I have visited in person now ruined and restored, of course , and on up to the Acropolis, where I scaled the Parthenon and looked out over the tiled roofs under one of which, for all I know, I may find Plato sitting and writing The Symposium.
Then I meander to the harbor, board my black ship and split the seas to explore any of the islands in the entire Aegean — any of them. The whole Aegean! Well, most of it, anyway. Here be mythical creatures, political machinations, stormy seas and sunny shanties. In my opinion, both as a gamer and a lover of antiquity, it is worth the price of admission to experience this world, to see and hear Ancient Greece in a way that was heretofore impossible, and simply to revel in the almost inconceivable level of craft that was so obviously put into this mind-boggling world.
And now, having made that judgment, I will proceed to trash the game I just recommended for about two thousand words.
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If someone from Ubisoft were sitting next to me as I played, I would expect them to be cringing constantly. The AI of the people in this game seems to have regressed 10 years to a simpler age. They are truly idiots all, from people on the street to elite soldiers. Good old Adrastos the Logician, engaging in hand to hand combat. One of the first things that happened when I got my horse and learned to have it follow a road was that it mowed down a few laborers.
This, I found, would happen everywhere I went: every character in the game walks right in the center of the road and dives madly out of your way as you canter down it, screaming and cursing. Wild animals cluttered the road, and reacted confusedly as I approached, throwing themselves under the hooves of my steed, Phobos. This was my first taste of what would become a theme.
The developers clearly accounted for horses riding down it, and have behaviors and barks for when that happens. Surely in this lovingly rendered world it is not unusual for a horse to run down a mountain road? Why then do they behave in this way? None of them. I once emptied a military camp of guards and then set about looting the place. A woman was being held captive in a cage — not an uncommon thing to find — so I let her out.
As she escaped, thanking me, I turned to take the items out of a nearby chest.
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The woman, mid-escape, screamed with rage at me for this theft, snatching a nearby spear and rushed me in righteous anger. They will step over the corpses of their fellow men to get to their post and not say a word. They will fail to hear the clashing of swords, or not notice a guy being violently flipped over and disemboweled, a matter of feet away. They will follow you one by one around corners where you can dispatch them individually and fail to see or care about the ever-widening pool of blood.
They are as dumb as the dumbest guards from games that came out 10 years ago. Not much better are the much-ballyhooed mercenaries, who come after you if you do too many bad things. You can recruit them for your ship, like you can recruit anyone, but they generally amount to stat bonuses with funny names like Demos the Drunk.
Combat is a real mix. You are no longer a fragile assassin who can be killed from a few good hits, but a powerful warrior with supernatural skills like instant mid-battle heals and teleportation. This is combat between equals, but your equals are generally stiff types with two or three attacks they repeat over and over, glowing a bright red or gold before doing so. A slippery-feeling dodge system zips you through these attacks, or you can parry some of them, then slash away at your attacker. Homeric Hymn 5 to Aphrodite ff trans. And she went to ask the dark-clouded Son of Kronos Cronus [Zeus] that he should be deathless and live eternally; and Zeus bowed his head to her prayer and fulfilled her desire.
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Too simple was Lady potnia Eos: she thought not in her heart to ask for youth for him and to strip him of the slough of deadly age. So while he enjoyed the sweet flower of life he lived rapturously with golden-throned Eos, Erigeneia Early-Born , by the streams of Okeanos Oceanus , at the ends of the earth; but when the first grey hairs began to ripple from his comely head and noble chin, Lady Eos kept away from his bed, though she cherished him in her house and nourished him with food and ambrosia and gave him rich clothing.
But when loathsome old age pressed full upon him, and he could not move nor lift his limbs, this seemed to her in her heart the best counsel: she laid him in a room and put to the shining doors. There he babbles endlessly, and no more has strength at all, such as once he had in his supple limbs. Mimnermus Fragment 4 from Stobaeus, Anthology trans. Gerber, Vol. Greek Elegiac Greek elegy C7th B.
Sappho, Fragment 58 from Papyrus trans. Campbell, Vol. Greek Lyric I C6th B. Ibycus, Fragment from Scholiast on Apollonius of Rhodes trans. Callimachus, Aetia Fragment 21 trans.
Trypanis Greek poet C3rd B. Tithonos], arose to set the chafing yoke on the neck of the ox [that pulled her chariot]. Lycophron, Alexandra 16 ff trans. Mair Greek poet C3rd B. Diodorus Siculus, Library of History 4.
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Oldfather Greek historian C1st B. Way Greek epic C4th A. Quintus Smyrnaeus, Fall of Troy 6. Athenaeus, Deipnosophistae 1. Gullick Greek rhetorician C2nd to C3rd A.
Tithonus, husband of Aurora [Eos]. Ovid, Metamorphoses 9. Pallantias [Aurora-Eos] grumbled at her husband's [Tithonos'] age.
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Ovid, Fasti 6. A Phrygian was Aurora's [Eos'] mate [Tithonos]; yet he was carried away by the goddess who sets the last bound to the advance of night. Virgil, Georgics 1. Fairclough Roman bucolic C1st B. Propertius, Elegies 1. Goold Roman elegy C1st B. Deeper her joy that old Tithonus lives than heavy her grief when Memnon died. Statius, Silvae 1. Mozley Roman poetry C1st A. Rosy Tithonos Tithonus was a bridegroom for whom because of his fine figure lightbringer Eos stayed her car, and caught him up.
Suidas s. Andra Tithonon trans. From Tithonos Tithonus , who grew altogether ancient and was changed into a cicada. Homer, Odyssey 4. Evelyn-White Greek epic C8th B. Eos then obtains of Zeus and bestows upon her son immortality. Pindar, Nemean Ode 6. Conway Greek lyric C5th B.
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Smyth L. Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca E5. He was himself killed by Akhilleus Achilles. Pausanias, Description of Greece 5. Eos] entreating Zeus on behalf of her children. These are on the middle of the pedestal.