Summary: I did the demo download and "ZING", I was hooked so I bought the full game. Very good game and the graphics were nice. The fact that your actions are primarily your own is what can change the outcome of the way the game is played. I played this for months on end and it was challenging every time.
Summary: This game was really fun. It's a pretty simple game, pretty much the same as old Might and Magic games, but for some reason you keep coming back until you beat it. There are also user created mods for it that add a good bit more to the game.
Summary: A tedious game to say the least. King's Bounty is basically Heroes of Might and Magic without town building. Mediocre soundtrack, generic story and repetitive battles since you can only win them by using your pet dragon. You will always be the underdog and Armored Princess is pretty much a survival mode before you can activate your dragon. The game does look nice but feels like a grind.
Summary: The game is quite entertaining because it has a wide variety of monsters and I loved the map traveling. However, I experienced some glitches during game play. Whenever I would hover over an item to see the specs my entire screen would get jumpy and make it impossible to read. I tried turning down and up the graphics of both the game and my computer, but nothing worked. Overall I'd say that the game was fun, but needs some extra work.
Summary: Nice looking, but the Hero doesn't actually fight in battle and you cannot choose which character to move during battle (the game highlights the next character available to attack). Was hoping that it would be more turn based like an old Playstation game entitled Vandal Hearts.
Summary: Combat system is more entertaining than Might and Magic Heroes VI, and the Dragon abilities makes things more fun. Animations are great and the story is engaging and takes several turns. Highly recommended if you liked the Kings Bounty or HoMM Series, though there is no village building or managing resources other than gold to buy units.
Summary: Buying a PC game is a bit like playing Russian roulette.. you get a few duds until, finally, something blows your mind. So, I started shopping around for try-before-you-buy offers and am pleased to find this one. I cannot comment on the full version of the game since I don't own it (yet) but this demo was sweet. I'll just skip to my pros and cons, but before I do I'll just simply say it's worth the price of FREE. Pros: 3 difficulty levels.