Might and Magic is one of the oldest RPG series, having been around since the 1986 when the original title, The Secret of the Inner Sanctum, debuted on the NES, the Commodore 64 and old DOS systems. The first created a huge following and inspired a number of direct sequels until the company, 3DO, closed their doors and the rights to the name were passed along. Enter a new era of various spin-offs, alterations, side games and a name slapped on anything vaguely related with role playing elements. Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes was originally a Nintendo DS game released in 2009 that left the strict RPG standards behind to create a story based puzzle fighter. After much critical acclaim, an HD port was issued to be developed on the PSN and XBLA. The pieces are in the right place, but does the jump between the portable world to your living room guarantee the same experience?