Reviews and Problems with Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements
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tooo , GameStop
6 October 2013
Summary: a fun game with an interesting storyline, BUT, the games lighting is way to dark!! You literally cant see anything, and the spell that you learn to make your own light just makes everything blurry. Definitely a game for budget gamers looking for an entertaining, fun rpg game.
Pros: 1. fun combat system where you can use the environment against your enemies 2. variety in the gameplay, you don't just sneak and shoot 3. four character classes with different combat styles 4. good soundtrack 5. a classic Fantasy storyline
Cons: You need to save very often because the game's own autosave system is not good and cannot be relied on.
Summary: This game is severely underrated. If you like a quest where you can fight for the dark side and help them win then try this. There is even a part in the game (if dark side) that will tempt you and wish you were in this game...and she is hot.
Summary: I enjoyed it, but it's no Oblivion. I don't get why people try to compare it to Oblivion, it's not meant to be an Oblivion knock off. Therefore, PLEASE do not compare it to Oblivion, compare it to your own liking of the game. If you are expecting another oblivion type game, this is not it. This is a totally separate type of game. It's not really an RPG but it's a good game all the less. It's more linear than it is an RPG.