It's truly amazing that five years into its life, new and innovative gaming concepts continue to blossom on the DS. Take Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, a sword and sorcery epic from Capybara Games. This Canadian developer first caught the public eye with Critter Crunch, a 'Match-3' style puzzle game which features adorable fuzzy monsters that vomit rainbows into each otherâ€s mouths - innovation is their hallmark.
Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes delivers a similar game experience to Fire Emblem: turn-based tactical combat sandwiched between talking head drama and RPG stat-grinding. It's an addictive combination. Each new battle is slightly more challenging than the last, gradually easing you into the gameâ€s myriad complexities one skirmish at a time.