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GameSpot: Might & Magic: Heroes VI Hands-On

You could say that the fantasy-themed, turn-based Heroes of Might & Magic strategy series has had a turbulent history. It was originally the product of New World Computing, a developer that shut its doors years ago. After Heroes IV, New World and its publisher, 3DO, went away, and publisher Ubisoft picked up the license and contracted Russia-based Nival Interactive (creator of Etherlords and Silent Storm) to develop Heroes of Might & Magic V. And now, Ubisoft has found another hired hand in Black Hole Games (creator of Armies of Exigo and Warhammer: Mark of Chaos) to make the sixth chapter in the series, which even has a different name. It's Might & Magic: Heroes VI now.

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