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Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements

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Overall 6
6.0

Dark Messiah of Might & Magic: Elements

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Pros: Great close-combat, Kicking people into fires rocks, Gets more interesting further in
  • Cons: Inconsistent AI, Ugly and outdated looking, Crap scripted events
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Overall 6
5.6
Graphics 6
6.0
Sound 5
5.4
Control 3
3.4
Addiction 7
7.2

Dark Messiah Might and Magic: Elements Review

Cheat Code Central
16 November 2008
Overall 6
6.0
Gameplay 5
4.5
Graphics 6
5.8
Sound 6
6.1
Multiplayer 7
7.3
Longevity 7
6.9

Dark Messiah Of Might & Magic

NowGamer
2 August 2008

Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements Review

VideoGamer.com
3 July 2008
  • Excerpt: Dark Messiah of Might and Magic proved to be a solid first-person action game on its release towards the end of 2006. The Source Engine powered brawler swapped guns and soldiers for swords and demons. The result was something a little different but ultimately not quite the game it could have been.
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Overall 4
4.0

Dark Messiah: Might and Magic Elements

True achievements
23 June 2008
  • Conclusion: When I boosted this game we had a ton of trouble even finding people to boost this game with and had even more trouble with the servers. The servers will randomly kick people out and are very laggy at times. I hate when review's don't have the information I am looking for. So if you feel that I am missing information on my review, please let me know and I will update it.
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Overall 5
5.0

Dark Messiah of Might And Magic: Elements

Thunderbolt Games
24 April 2008
  • Excerpt: It’s admirable when games go out of their way to break the mould. So many of them are shoveled out each week, grasping for dollars in an all-out advertising war. How many WWII shooters have their been in the past decade? More than the number of countries involved in that conflict, I’m sure. Dark Messiah was originally released on the PC in 2006, and was a decidedly unusual first-person shooter.
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Overall 6
5.8
Design 6
6.0
Gameplay 5
5.4
Storyline 6
5.9

Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements

GameTrailers
10 April 2008
  • Excerpt: Dark Messiah: Might and Magic Elements is a spin-off of the musty, dusty computer role-playing series that began in 1986. While the modern version still features a fantasy setting viewed from a first-person perspective, Dark Messiah is closer to a shooter in design. Arrows and spells replace bullets, while the butte end of a gun gives way to swords, staves, and daggers.
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Overall 5
5.0
Gameplay 5
5.0
Graphics 5
5.0
Sound 5
5.0
Storyline 5
5.0
Replay value 3
3.0

Expert Review

Video Game talk
26 March 2008
  • Excerpt: A port of the PC game, "Dark Messiah: Might and Magic - Elements" is an average first-person action/RPG (although it's mainly an action game), focusing on Sareth, the apprentice of Phenrig, who is sent out to retrieve the Skull of Shadows. As the game opens, the player has to choose between different classes: Warrior, Archer, Mage, and Assassin. Each class has different skills and, over time - after completing missions and other tasks - the player can open up new skills.
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Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements (Xbox 360)

Crispy Gamer
17 March 2008
  • Excerpt: As a fantasy action/adventure game with a first-person perspective, Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements is just begging to be compared to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion . But as anyone who plays it will quickly realize, Elements actually has more in common with such action RPGs as Untold Legends than Bethesda?s epic fantasy adventure. Developed by France?
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Overall 6
5.5

Dark Messiah of Might and Magic Elements

Game Over Online
11 March 2008
  • Excerpt: Did you know the Might and Magic franchise is over 20 years old? My introduction to the series came back in the late 80s, when a friend of mine bought me Might and Magic II for the PC. I played that game to death, though I don’t believe I ever finished it. The role-playing series would carry on for seven more installments, nine in total, not to mention several spin-offs, before 3DO closed its doors.
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