From the deepest dungeons to the intrigues of the royal court, lead a band of adventurers on a dangerous journey of amazing depth and intelligence. Develop your characters through an unique skill point system and take part in an epic clash between the Ancients. Gather your forces, forge new allegiances and destroy all who oppose you. The fate of the world is in your hands!
Might and Magic is one of the most recognized RPG series, offering hundreds of hours of gameplay and is considered a genre defining example. Experience the Legend!
The pack includes the first six games from the Might and Magic series: Might and Magic: Book 1, Might and Magic 2: Gates to Another World, Might and Magic 3: Isles of Terra, Might and Magic 4&5: World of Xeen, bonus adventure Swords of Xeen and Might and Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven
Age requirements: ESRB Rating: TEEN with Animated Violence, Animated Blood.
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP or Windows Vista, 1.8 GHz Processor, 512MB RAM (1 GB recommended), 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended), 4GB HDD, CD/DVD drive (or drive emulation utility), Mouse, Keyboard.
Posted on 2009-09-03 10:14:36 by Pix:
I managed to get hold of a boxed copy of this a few years back and it has to be about the best value game I've ever bought. The amount of gameplay here for $10 is ludicrous. I'm not hugely familiar with the first two games and these will probably be a bit too dated for most people but the rest of the series is still highly playable, especially World of Xeen (4 & 5) whichread more are both enormous games in their own right, and link together to form one collosal world.
The graphics are extremely large and colourful with an enormous variety of monsters. The games don't have a huge amount of story with them. There is some dialog but it's quite limited. Might and Magic games are about roleplaying at its more basic level, and you spend your time building up your characters and exploring gradually tougher areas. It's the gameplay that makes these titles and despite the simplicity they are always fun and completely absorbing. I would usually found myself playing them for hours when I'd just sat down to play for 20 minutes.
Just for World of Xeen on its own, this has to be an essential purchase for anyone who has an interest in RPG's. Add in the other games and this is just too good to turn down.
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Posted on 2009-09-03 16:40:34 by ajvitaly:
Probably the most complete, fun, and imaginative RPG's I've ever played come in this pack. Returning Might and Magic fans need not read any further - they know what they're getting with this package. For first time players, 4 & 5 are the best starting points for this series. The graphics have aged the best among these two, the games combine into one giant world, and it interfaceread more is straightforward.
Don't let the daunting task of starting a game and not knowing what the heck to do. Walk forward, use "s" to shoot your long ranged crossbow at the slime, "a" to attack him when he is upon you, and after you defeat it go to the tent ahead of you and get your first in-game quest. Take a few moments to learn the short cut keys, go over the inventory system, and then let the game take over.
Might and Magic 6, although not as immune to time as 4 & 5 are, is still a great, great game in the same vein as 4 & 5.
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Posted on 2009-09-03 07:40:41 by zigfried77:
I don't know to say. Six so awasome games in one pack? WoW!
Might & Magic series has all what i expect from RPG's.
- Great story; shared with Heroes of Might & Magic series
- Immersive world
- Dozens of hours of great gameplay, I love long games!
- 'Another minute/10 minutes/hour(s)' syndrome :-)
- Good soundtrack and background music
Graphical side of courseread more is little worse but M&M never this technical side worked to well, anyway it's not important. What matters most in those games is immersive gameplay.
What left now it's waiting to Might & Magic 7,8,9 in catalogue :-). Enjoy!
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