Total of 8 user reviews spread across 8 releases
Heroes of Might and Magic IV
heroless creature armies and armies of heroes were great innovations!
the ability to build up heroes and use them on the battlefield was a much needed innovation. likewise, the ability to send out drone armies of monsters simplified some of the more annoying aspects of...
Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honor
Might and Magic at its Peak
They took everything that was great about MM6 and improved upon it. The gameplay is addictive, the role playing element is fleshed-out, there are tons of areas to explore and conquer, there are multi...
Might and Magic IX
big freaking letdown
I suppose that this game has now been relegated to the bottom of the bargain bin, and anyone who would have bought this out of expectation from the earlier series, or out of curiosity for use of a 3-d...
Prince of Qin
don't be a game snob - just because it isn't 3D doesn't mean that the gameplay isn't good!
Some folks call it a Chinese Baldur's Gate - the influence is definitely there, but Prince of Qin stands on its own as a budget RPG that I picked up on a whim (along with Seal of Evil, which I played ...
One of the best cRPG games ever made, period.
There are 49 other reviews on this site that say the same thing, but I loved this game SO MUCH that I am just writing a mini-review here that says 1) Almost a decade later, there has not been an RPG ...
Gorasul: Legacy of the Dragon
not as bad as everyone says, but not a masterpeice either
This game was released in a buggy state, with half-a$$ed translations. As such, it was rightfully panned as a game that could have been great if patched. Well, 5 years and 6 patches later, the gam...
Kult: Heretic Kingdoms
a good game for those times spent in-between major titles like NWN2
Not bad at all ... I played it most of the way through. If released at the same time, I'd say this was as good or better than Diablo. Basically, this is Diablo with enhancements like leveling up ac...