Reviews and Problems with Heroes of Might & Magic
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Better than you think
S. Schomburg, Amazon
15 June 2006
Summary: I decided to write this review in response to some of what other people said. Yes, Heroes of M&M is exactly like King's Bounty, it's even made by the same company. I think the main thing people are missing about the game is the difficulty of it.
Summary: Great game that follows old strategy games playing methods. Easy to understand, but that doesn't mean you always reach your goal. A bit long, but if you play over the course of a weekend, it's a lot of fun. Plus, you can play with the whole family.
Summary: A great addition to the Might and Magic series, although not as good as the PC versions HeroesIII and IV. Also, slightly different from what PC gamers will be used to. Although it is a small game (just 1 level with 4 'continents') it has good replayability because of the character choice.
Summary: this game is one of the worst games ive ever played. i was expecting an excellent rpg but i got a game that was really bad (in my opinion, no offence to fans.) if you were thinking of buying this game i SERIOUSLY recommend you rent a copy first.
Summary: I was initially disappointed with this game - the graphics are nothing special and I quickly realised the gameplay was repetetive. However if you like management-style games you will like recruiting new and nastier monsters into your army and watching your cash flow as you buy spells to help you...
Summary: I was under no apprehension whatsoever that this was anything like the PC or cancelled Dreamcast game but this!,this is pure drivel!!,it's a strategy game devoid of any strategy at all,save for which bin to put it in,you choose from one of four 'Heroes'which makes no difference to the game at all...
Summary: I played the mega-drive version of this game, King's Bounty and frankly, nothing much has changed. I did like the primative version however and I quickly recaptued the strategy. There is something entertaining about the game, even if the graphics and sounds are pretty apalling.
Summary: Heroes of Might and Magic was a game which took me a while to fathom out. Initally I got slaughted by the enemy then I found out you need to recruit an army - you can't fight monsters with 20 pesants at your side.
Summary: I'm a big fan of the computer version of this game, but I was very disappointed in the PS2 version. Just about everything that makes the computer game challenging and interesting is severely limited in PS2 version. This includes magic, creatures, resources, heroes, and especially the plot.