Reviews and Problems with Might & Magic Clash of Heroes
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Great use of MM franchise fun challenging puzzle rpg
Moe Betta, Amazon
16 June 2014
Summary: Not sure how well this game did in the sales department but its a great game, challenging, fun, artistic. The price is so low by now this is worth a pick up. I purchased it as a side order along with a few others and I still have it while most of the others have been traded in. Get this game you'll be happy.
Summary: This game is good, its a time killer, I also have it on xbox live arcade....the replay value is probably pretty low because this game is very repetitive, so once you beat the game once it feels like you've beat it 5 times already.
Summary: I'll be brief: I am an adult gamer who has enjoyed strategy and RPG games since FF1 and Dragon Warrior. I really dig the retro games being published on the DS. That being said: This is not your traditional RPG. This is a strategy RPG, puzzle game combined. But it is amazingly fun! Graphics are good, but I play on the DSI XL, I can't imaging trying to differentiate the colors of some of the units on the smaller screen (the bears and Unicorns in particular).
Summary: I wouldn't normally write a review for a game as this is my first game review, BUT this game is just too good to keep quiet about. I'll keep it simple. Anyone who enjoys strategy games and or puzzle type games with a bit of a role play/adventure feel should buy this game.
Summary: I love this game. It can get a bit repetitive, but in such a way that you don't mind it. I've went through it twice already, and I can not put it down. It has elements of 'Bejeweled', plus RPG, plus creatures and heroes from the Might and Magic franchise. The storyline is not the best, but the game play is just way too addicting.
Summary: I just completed this game after about 25 hours of playing and, as the title of this review indicates, I'm impressed. This is a solid game through and through- the graphics are excellent, the music is some of the best on the DS (I usually listen to my own music while playing, yet I actually hooked my DS up to my stereo for this one), the dialogue and story are well done, and the battle system is VERY addicting.
Summary: These are my thoughts after finishing the game a few minutes ago: First of all, forget anything you may have read about this game being an RPG. I know some websites, even recognized gamer webzines, have labeled this game as "role-playing" among other qualifiers. This is actually very far from the truth: there is NO character development in Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes.
Summary: Nothing special with this review just a few highlights of what I liked and would have liked to have seen more of. First is the general game play which consists of puzzle strategy. Linking together similar units it has a subtle feeling of enjoyment. Where there is a very limited number of moves there are various strategies that make the game very enjoyable.