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Submitted by GameNTrain 1440d ago | review

(GameNTrain)Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes Review

GameNTrain: The critically acclaimed Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes came to the Xbox Live Marketplace earlier this week (also available for PS3). After reading over the quick background, I decided to buy the game right away. I love to play strategy games like Advanced Wars or Plants vs. Zombies on a regular basis. So to me, the choice of Might and Magic seemed like the next best thing. When you first start Might and Magic you’re treated to the elements of what seem to be your classic Japanese RPG. The character are done in a colorful anime style and even the soundtrack, takes you back to the days of games like Tales of Destiny. Once you start playing the story you quickly realize that the mechanics are not so basic. (Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

dedicatedtogamers  +   1440d ago
Great review. I've really been enjoying this one recently.

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