Reviews and Problems with Dark Messiah of Might and Magic
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Dark Messiah of Might and Magic
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27 November 2015
Excerpt: If you go into Dark Messiah of Might and Magic like I did, looking for an RPG, you're going to be shocked if not disappointed. It took me a considerable grinding of mental gears to get myself out of the Oblivion mindset and start to understand DM for what it is, because it's not an RPG in the vein...
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Pros: Great balance between ranged and melee combat, Weapons feel distinct and effective, Visuals capture fiction well
Cons: Laughable voice acting breaks immersion, Lengths of vacant corridors feel like wasted time and space
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Excerpt: Developed by Arkane Studios (Arx Fatalis makers), Dark Messiah of Might & Magic is a first-person action game that utilizes an enhanced version of the Source Engine, the technology Valve created to power Half-Life 2. The game takes place in Might and Magic fantasy world.