Summary: THIS GAME IS PRETTY MUCH LIKE THE PC VERSION. IT IS A REALLY GOOD STRATEGY GAME. THERE ARE A COUPLE LITTLE THINGS THAT I DON'T LIKE ABOUT IT THOUGH. FIRST, WHEN YOU ARE IN A BATTLE AND KILL ONE OF THE ENEMIES, THEY STILL HIT YOU ONE LAST TIME AFTER YOU HAVE DONE ENOUGH DAMAGE ON YOUR TURN TO KILL THEM. SECOND OF ALL, I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY SOMETIMES YOU CAN'T HIT THE ENEMY AFTER MOVING INTO POSITION. OTHER THAN THOSE TWO LITTLE THINGS, IT REALLY IS A VERY GOOD GAME.
Summary: hi im 11 and i HATE this game. the plot is basically you have 700 days to find the so called "Dragon Bone staff". if you dig a whole to find it it takes 50 days. retarded. your guys have like 2 health, and the other guys have like 600. u have like 1 guy. the other has 6. they have ranged, u are melee. it sucks man. dont get it. waste of money...
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. If you have more troops than your income or leadership can support then you will lose your troops. Also, some troops are better suited to fight certain units.
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. There is only one real scenario, which has a fairly simple plot.
Summary: I should never have bought this game. Check this out. Bad - slow gameplay - terribly stylized characters - incredibly slow combat sequences - very limited spellbookss - bad economic balance - your main character or "heroe" hardly influences the battles - long and boring treasure hunts - some of the monster regenerate so if you are too weak to kill them, you have to give up Good -NOTHING I played the game for 2 hours to see if maybe the game would get better but trust me,...
Summary: The title of the section says it all. I thought this game would be an RPG and it ended up being some game equivilent to Britney's Dance Beat (which is the worst game ever). You ride around on a horse while you recruit farmers and zombies to recieve a staff. You control these characters, which die in 2 seconds, against innumerable amounts of other farmers and zombies. You pick up money in boxes and then get it taken away because your peasants revolted.
Summary: If any of you remember the Might & Magic game from the Sega Genesis, you'd certainly hope this game was similiar. Well sorry to tell you, it's nothing like that particular game, nor like Warriors of M&M released on the PS2. This, as another reviewer had pointed out is King's Bounty from the Sega system; with better graphics. The maps are identical, villians the same. Not one part of this game was upgraded for the PS2. I sit and wonder why?
Summary: Well, first off let me say I loved the PC versions of Heroes. This is what I hoped for in the PS2 version. I was very unhappy with this game. The graphics are pretty, but it limits you to the troop types and quantity your hero can round up. Also, as mentioned in another review the only resource is gold, so you can't use a market place to make your life easier. Combat is very well done with the exception of dead troops getting a counter attack.