Reviews and Problems with Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements
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24 January 2013
Summary: The combat is good. Using the game's physics to kick unsuspecting foes into massive chasms or into raging fires is undeniably fun. In fact, using your environment to aid you in slaying your enemies is where the game really shines.
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.
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.
Finally swords, magic, dragons and ogres and NOT RPG
Amazon Customer, Amazon
13 May 2008
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...
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.