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Submitted by CindyLennox 527d ago | review

Might & Magic Duel of Champions Review (BioGamer Girl)

BioGamer Girl states, "The new Ubisoft release offers up a fun new way to play with cards in a free-to-play format that allows players to unlock most anything in the game without paying any money out of pocket. There is a decent sized learning curve to the new title, and the game's tutorial doesn't explain all of the mechanics as good as it should. The game's campaign is a bit bland, but there are a variety of different game modes to enjoy in the title, so fans of the genre can definitely get a lot of fun out of the title despite its flaws. Might & Magic Duel of Champions is well worth a download for free on Steam, and though it can be a pricey investment, some gamers won't mind shelling out some cash to build the best decks available in the game." (Might & Magic: Duel of Champions, PC) 6/10

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