Reviews and Problems with Heroes of Might and Magic V
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The beautiful graphics sometimes get on the way so much so ...
Dan Past, Amazon
7 May 2015
Summary: Far from the originals. To much emphasis on the computer game graphics leaving game content in the dumpster. The beautiful graphics sometimes get on the way so much so that it gets frustrating spotting both enemy and friendly heroes when you zoom out.
Summary: well how can i put this. Its not as good as Kings Bounty the Legend. Its pace is slow crawling and once you build up a army and complete a section, you gotta start all over. Dam. You go to locations and wait until the other enemy has its turn them purchase soldiers for your army while the enemy does...
Summary: don't get me wrong I like turn based but this was bleh, the game wasn't bad for the most part but the fact I wasn't able to MP coop which it states it has with my wife made this a wasted purchase. The only way to do so is to download maps off a web site..
Summary: It's a great game, unfortuantely, it will not work on either of my compters yet they say they are compatible. as soon as I load a game it shuts off and goes to my home screen. It does it every time so I have never been able to play an actual game.
Summary: Unlike other Heroes of might and magic games i've played Heroes V was only enjoyable when i played against my brother. This particular expansion pack did add some extra abilities and new creatures but in general i don't believe they improved the gaming experience that much.
Summary: The game is great. However, the installation limitations on the game are not great. I had 4 harddrives crash on me (in quick succession). So, being extremely frustrated at certain manufacturers I was looking forward to some R&R with the game.
Summary: I'm a long time fan of the series (Started out with King's Bounty back in the days)and I've enjoyed most of this expansion. The last part however is extremely frustrating and you have to resort to cheats to win it or start all over again.
Summary: If you liked HOMM III, you will like this one, as it is basically exactly the same thing, except with improved graphics and slightly more useful heroes. It seems that either you like HOMM III and dislike HOMM IV, or vice versa.
Summary: It's abysmal! This game is an incredible let-down for all fans of the previous games in this series. I, like many others saw a general progression and a great improvement through the first three games. However this game, in theological terms, is like comparing Einstein to Elmo! I'm not kidding!