Reviews and Problems with Warriors Of Might And Magic
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Warriors of Might and Magic (PS2): Warriors of might and magic, just a shame not warriors of a ...
5 October 2009
Summary: Warriors of might and magic is a role playing game in which you must overcome foes by manually beating them down, with clubs, axes and swords and the like, or by using special powers, such as by breathing fire.
Summary: THE STORY: Sentenced for a crime he didn't commit, Alleron must fight his way to freedom, clear his name and defeat the dark forces who framed him. WHAT'S GOOD: There are a few notably good bits in this game, specifically the Haunted Monastary and the Orc Village, both of which make involving and...
Summary: This was the first game i got for my PS2 and probably one of the best. The game has puzzles, dragons and a big selection of weapons, armour and rings. The puzzles are challenging and the baddies are hard. The character building is fun there is a choice between magic, speed, Strenght and vitality.
Summary: I'd call this game an ok filler-inner while you're waiting for something really good to come out. It's fun yet a tad dated, I found it a tad monotonous at times, as I say - a good game filler-inner!
Summary: This game received universally terrible reviews from the press upon its release, and it certainly has its faults, but at this price it makes a far more attractive purchase - as long as you're not expecting another Final Fantasy X. The problems are mainly the graphics and the controls.
Summary: This is not a bad game, but at the same time it isn't a good game. I would have to call this game pretty adverage. The graphics are excellent and the gameplay is a style that is easy to learn. It is completly missing all the amazing aspects that came with the might and magic series on the PC.