Reviews and Problems with Might and Magic VIII: Day of the Destroyer
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Sorry Y'all, But This Is My All-Time Favorite
Broad-Minded "Right", Amazon
5 June 2008
Summary: No one makes RPGs with 1st-Person viewpoints now except Elder Scrolls. No one makes single-player RPGs with parties that can vary in size and members within a game already started. No one makes a game that runs WITH STABILITY from W98 to Vista. No one except the makers of Might & Magic.
Summary: I've always loved the Might & Magic series and this one is no exception. I love first person, turn-based-party games. I have been dumb enough to periodically waste money on some of the various third person games out there like Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights, but I hate third person and cannot...
Summary: The game is excellant and would be better with a cheat book, the characters in the game are whiney, or conceited. I understand it takes time to build these charaters up, but constantly hearing, I don't know, no room, and I can't carry it, gets to be too much.
I just started playing and it's 5 stars so far...........................
Lynn M. Vance "Gabe Vance", Amazon
20 October 2005
Summary: I'm only a few hours into the game and i can tell this one's a winner. I am what "Today's" gamer would label as "OLD SCHOOL",but personally i could really care less about the thoughts or comments of those who place "EYE CANDY GRAPHICS AND MILLION $$$ CUTSCENES" above a well told story and...
Summary: This is one of few games that are really worth playing. I played mm 6 and mm7 and this one really is the best in the series. Not only the graphs (although it's a dated engine used)are better and improved but it's also the first might & magic whith a really good and exciting storyline, it always...
Summary: Yes, five stars. I've played the last three Might & Magic games and I think that this is the best. I would like to give a piece of advice to new players. Dont spend your time with elves, clerics, warriors and trols, my party was composed by: I, a minotaur, two lichs and two dragons. Pure firepower
Summary: Look, take it from someone who spent hours playing the first King's Quest on a PCjr, the Might and Magic series is still going strong! I hadn't played the series since the Xeen days, and picked up VII at a store one day for kicks. I was blown away with where they had taken the game.
RPG Expert who plays every game suggests this one.
Neil H., Amazon
16 September 2001
Summary: I have played almost every game in the last 10 years that are RPG and this game is amazing. If you like to develop and control mulitple characters and want a solve quest/hack and slash type game this is it.
Summary: I do not hesitate to say this was an excellent game. It's challenging and perfect for hours of entertainment. I consider myself a hardcore gamer and I like a RPG game that's a bit difficult, makes me think. If you are a candy...gamer, don't buy this game; it will probably frustrate you.
Summary: ... but I couldn't. I loved MMVI. Played it, finished it, played it again. With VII, 3DO irritated me by using the same engine. I couldn't stand the new way they forced the classes -- it felt like they were penalizing all classes for the sake of penalizing them, without adding any advantages for...