As some people here on Giant Bomb know, I really loved Myth. It still is my favorite RTS of all time. It's the only RTS I played for a significant amount of time online. It's the only RTS I ever beat the single player to. To this day it's still the only RTS I ever really gave a damn about. It was my first Bungie game. It was a great looking game to play with a 3dfx card. It remains the first and only example of a great many things. The below video will demonstrate some of the things I loved about Myth -- the subtle and extremely vital physics component, the tactics required, and the originality of the concepts/theme.
As some other people here on Giant Bomb knew, I always made records of a lot of my gaming experiences. Audio cassettes, photos, and VHS tapes. Only once did I record myself playing Myth, but it just so happens I recorded one of my best online Myth matches ever. The game allowed you to save replays of your matches, much as Halo 3 does. The following video is a replay of the match, sometimes at higher speed than the actual match. It was recorded onto VHS via a Pentium 2 300MHz & Voodoo 2 graphics card (the same I used to play the match). For this reason you will not see the mouse clicks of my play PLUS you WILL see what the other team was saying to each other. I am the white team in this round, my username was Rupan. I move the camera so my units are usually on the bottom of the screen. I believe the game also had a fog of war effect, but that's hard to remember now.
Anyways, these guys were higher ranked than me, and as you can see they were trying to 2 vs 1 me. This sort of thing happened sometime in Myth, and these guys would start a match the instant you joined their game in attempt to cause you problems.
Alternative thread title : It is the nineties and there is time for Myth