Reviews and Problems with Dark Messiah of Might and Magic
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Dark Messiah of Might and Magic PC
13 October 2010
Summary: The protagonist of Dark Messiah is a young man named Sareth, who is under the tutelage of the Wizard Phenrig. After years of studying the arts of magic and physical training in the arts of war, he is finally taken on an expedition to retrieve a rare artifact known as the Shantiri Crystal.
Summary: I'm getting older, and I don't have time for all-night raids or 1000 commitments to MMO's anymore. But I still had the craving for some quality RPG goodness. Let me tell you, this game hit the spot. Yes, it's a little short, but I loved every second of it. Keep in mind that this is NOT like Morrowind or Baldur's Gate. It's a linear FPS set in a fantasy world: it's basically Half Life 2 with swords and magic. And yes, it works. And yes, it's awesome.
Summary: I loved the awesome fighting styles in this game, I liked the graphics, except on my pc it would never load the cut scenes for some reason, I think it may be my grahpics card though, it's way out of date.
Summary: Gameplay: Fun and complex fighting system that involves timing, direction, movement and where your aiming at. I found every now and then i'd just go back and play parts again because the fighting was so fun. Graphics. Exellent graphics and the textures are very high resolution. Almost everypart of the game features high quality IMO. If you played the demo, thats the kind of quality level design you'll see pretty much throughout.
Excellent gritty combat with a thousand different ways to kill an Orc.
M. Parkinson, amazon.co.uk
11 October 2012
Summary: Bought for PC at a bargain price in 2012, installed patch, ran smoothly, enjoyed single player game from beginning to end. Excellent gritty combat with a thousand different ways to kill an Orc. The voice acting was 'tongue in cheek' and humorous. Do not take it too seriously. The whole experience is exaggerated violent camp fun, that is deliberately amplified and theatrical in style, typically for humorous effect. It is fast paced and keeps momentum throughout.