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Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes - Nintendo DS-Alt_View_Standard

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 3 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great non-traditional RPG


    Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes is a great but non-traditional RPG. The field movement is on rails and is not free roaming. It does not contain the traditional JRPG pattern of go to town, talk to everyone, go to dungeon, and repeat. The battles in the game are also very non-traditional. They are not your normal JRPG mash the 'A' button type of battles. The fights are a cross between Dr. Mario and Magic the Gathering. This makes every battle very engaging, every move requires thought meaning that even against enemies that are much weaker than you, you actually have to pay attention. The game isn't very difficult but winning is rewarding none the less because of the thought involved in the battles. Length wise, the game isn't as long as some RPGs out there. I was able to finish the game in 31 hours. This may seem short but it results in a game that never drags on too long or has you running sidequests that have nothing to do with the main story. The story and the characters in the game are pretty much par for the course for a light RPG. Nothing in the game is too serious. Overall, the game is absolutely wonderful. I was hooked from the moment I started the game. As I said, it took me 31 hours to complete it, I did those 31 hours in 4 days because the game was so compelling but be forewarned that this game isn't for everyone. It is quite non-traditional but is also quite extraordinary.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Unique puzzle strategy game


    Quite a fun strategy game. Basically, there are 4 campaigns, and in each, you play with a different character who has different units in their army. The way you fight is the same for all 4 campaigns, though. Think of the battlefield like a giant checkerboard with a line the the middle. With an army on each side, you will have a basic soldier of different colors. Your goal is to stack three of the same unit types and the same color on top of eachother to start an attack. After you stack three, they will go into an attack mode, which based on their unit type, with take a certain amount of turns to occur, I am able to move 3 units on my turn, then the opponent goes and gets the same. Essentially, you want to balance offense and defense by trying to take the opponents life to 0 while stopping their attacks on your side as well. It sounds complex at first, but is easy to learn. As you progress through each campaign, you will get more powerful units, as will the opponents. The game is catagorized as an RPG, but I would label it as a strategy-rpg at best. I myself would consider it puzzle-strategy. Very fun, but not for everyone.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Game, innovative battles makes the game.


    As far as RPG's go, this has to be the best game I've every played. Simply because battling creatures doesn't digress down to smashing the same button over and over. The progression is quick and the game is pretty challenging. The story is a little childish, but its got a nice little plot twist that is entertaining for an adult, thrilling for children. Graphics aren't bad for a DS game. Overall, its totally worth the money.

    I would recommend this to a friend