Reviews and Problems with Might and Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven
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5 August 2014
Summary: My first dungeon that I actually finished and until this day still a pinnacle of an RPG seen from your own eyes, controlling your full party. The world here was massive and incredibly immersive, I remember playing this entire summer holidays of 1998, I literally spent every single day of my 2 months...
Summary: One of the very best games I have ever been fortunate enough to play. This game has been on my machine(s) since I first bought it in 1998 and I can't imaging 2-3 years going by without a replay. I HIGHLY recommend you getting the unofficial patch by Gray Face.
Summary: This game is a classic and once you get the hang of it you'll be playing for hours. There is a lot to explore and much fun to be had however being that the game is dated there is not much in the way of role play or spectacular graphics.
The most complete Might and Magic I, II, III, IV, V and VI collection.
Vesko Gavrilov, Amazon
23 February 2013
Summary: This is an awesome pack containg 2 CD collection of Might and Magic I, II, III, IV, V and VI. If you want to play all the games from the beginning, this is the right package. Included are colourful maps for the six games, manual and strategy guide for Might and Magic VI.
Summary: It may take a while to understand the mechanics, but when you do, you're in for one hell of a game. Sure the graphics look dated and are ugly to some but there's so much to do and explore here. There's a very good turn based combat system, character creator and level up system.
Summary: I like this game. I like this game a lot. Even though it can very hard on your first couple of playthroughs, even though the role playing elements are minimal, even though it is 13 years old, even though might becomes pretty useless near the end of the game and magic is the only way to go.
Summary: This was one of my first games that i ever played introduced to me by my brother Clayton. This game is a classic rpg that will never get old with puzzles, adventure, quests, fighting, and a choice to be good or bad.
Summary: I almost bought all of the M&M games separately until I realized this box set has the first 6 M&M games bundled in one package. In all honestly I play World of Xeen the most, but I play all of them from time to time.
Brian S. Pratt "Author of The Morcyth Saga, T..., Amazon
28 August 2006
Summary: You can go anywhere!!! If you want to take your characters and fight Hydras and Dragons, you can though don't expect to survive the first round of attacks. There is no locked down way your characters have to go. You have complete movenment and I really liked that.
Summary: This great collection contains all six of 3DO's first Might and Magic games. And what a wonderful way to see the evolution of a video game. But I found "Mandate of Heaven" had a little steeper learning curve than I liked.