Reviews and Problems with Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements
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carpalman , GameStop
19 December 2012
Summary: When I first started this game I thought it sucked but I played it for a couple chapters and it gets addicting. Next thing I know its 4am. I highly recommend this game to anyone that likes games like oblivion and skyrim or just any rpg.
Summary: This game was amazing, I played it from release and I absolutely loved it! The campaign is compelling and it allows you to use your environment as a weapon; Who else wouldn't want to cut a dragons head off with an iron gate?
Finally swords, magic, dragons and ogres and NOT RPG
D. Fales, Amazon
1 January 2012
Summary: I love FPSs, but not RPG. D&D syled games have always been fascinating but I never wanted to hover around a table with 5 other nerds (I say this lovingly) nor do I want to play an amazingly graphic same styled game to have to stop and have dialogue with people, work on opening up my abilities through hours of playing and organize my backpack. This game is straight up swords, bows, magic fire and ice, dragons, magicians, ogres HD filled with awesomeness!!
Summary: I am a huge fantasy fan. I love the typical, corny fantasy. This game is exactly that. The game utilizes the Havok engine better than any other game I've played. You can kick enemies of ledges and they go flying! It is insanely fun! Battle is easy and fairly hack and slash. The graphics are pretty, even by today's standards. The story is stupid, but in a good way. This is a great game if you're not expecting a lot. I loved it.
Summary: Had this game on computer, but it works far better on a game system. A good extention of the Might & Magic game titles. Everything of Might & Magic, but adds terrific graphics and a good story line.
Summary: I bought this game as a present, the following is the the recaptured opinion of it's teenage user: "There are many cool things about the game, it's really fun and has good length. The multi player is really fun. You can pick between 4 classes; Mage, Rogue, Warrior & Assassin. Each class is very different. In almost every level there are secret areas where you can unlock weapons for a specific class. Overall the game is really fun, but it is kind of hard.
Summary: I love medieval fantasy games and this is the finest one to come along in a long long time. I played this on PC a little while back and I was happy to see it on Xbox 360. The controls are great, the gameplay is awesome and the realism, quests, storyline, and kills are the best. Breath taking graphics, awesome swashbuckling fights and cool monsters. This game has it all! The Xbox live multiplayer is great too!