Might & Magic Heroes VI: Complete Edition [Download]

by Ubisoft
Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
DRM: Uplay
2.8 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews
Metascore: 77 / 100
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Download size: 7 GB
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  • ASIN: B00AYZMZ9K
  • Release Date: February 28, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,560 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Product Description

Announcing a magical value-packed, gaming event: Might & Magic Heroes VI Complete Edition. The Complete Edition includes the critically acclaimed Might & Magic® Heroes® VI, two original Adventure Packs, and the stand-alone expansion featuring the Dark Elves of Dungeon.

Take the lead in an epic story of Angels plotting to end, once and for all, an unfinished war with their ancient rivals, the Faceless.

Follow the adventures of the Griffin Dynasty and their world-shaping exploits, as well as the legendary Crag Hack the barbarian and Sandro the nefarious Lich as they make an epic comeback to the world of Ashan.

Determine the fates of six legendary factions, including the fan favorite Knights of Haven, the Necromancers of Necropolis, and the Dark Elves of Dungeon, as well as a brand-new faction, the Naga of Sanctuary.

Key Features:

  • Enjoy the critically acclaimed Might & Magic Heroes gameplay in a new, enhanced complete edition: More than 120 hours of gameplay, six factions, 42 units and upgrades, hundreds of artifacts, and new Dynasty weapons.
  • Experience a unique mix of turn-based strategy and RPG: Explore extra-large adventure maps, collect resources, and build extraordinary cities. Perfect your tactics to level up your Heroes, recruit troops, and lead them to combat on tactical battle maps.
  • Shape your destiny: Lead your Heroes through an intriguing scenario, choose your path, and customize your gaming experience with an all-new Reputation system.
  • Unveil new secrets of Ashan: Experience the breathtaking return of two legendary Legacy Heroes – Crag Hack and Sandro, as well as historically crucial moments in the origins of the fan favorite Necromancer and Dark Elf factions.
  • Enjoy extra bonus maps: Rediscover the old worlds of VARN, Xeen, and Enroth from the legendary Might & Magic RPGs.
  • Dive into the richness of the Might & Magic universe: Discover fantastic landscapes and creatures from the world of Ashan, enjoy improved 3D designs, and brand-new Townscreens.
  • Share with the community: Compete with your friends using a new and intelligent online community interface: The Conflux.

Minimum System Requirements:

  • Windows XP or Windows Vista or Windows 7 (all 32/64bit)
  • 2 Ghz Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo E4400 or higher 2.6 Ghz AMD Athlon X2 5000+ or higher
  • 1 GB RAM for Windows XP / 1.5 GB for Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • NVidia GeForce 8600GTS (512 VRAM) or ATI Radeon 2600XT (512VRAM) or better 512 MB DirectX 9.0c–compliant card with Shader Model 3.0 or higher
  • DVD-ROM (8x)
  • 8 GB HDD
  • DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with Latest Drivers
  • Broadband connection and service required for multiplayer mode and online features
  • Mouse

Recommended System Requirements:

  • Windows XP or Windows Vista or Windows 7
  • 2 Ghz Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo E6400 or higher, 2.8 Ghz AMD Athlon II  X2 240 or higher
  • 2 GB for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • NVidia GeForce 8800GTX (1 GB VRAM) or ATI Radeon HD 3870 (1 GB VRAM) or better 512 MB DirectX 9.0c–compliant card with Shader Model 3.0 or higher
  • DVD-ROM (24x)
  • 8 GB HDD
  • DirectX® 9.0c Compatible Sound Card 5.1 with Latest Drivers
  • Broadband connection and service required for multiplayer mode and online features
  • Mouse


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I just bought this only to discover that I cannot enjoy the "Complete" part that I paid extra for.

The game is unable to connect to the Conflux, i.e. their servers, rendering the DLC and "standalone" expansion unplayable.

This only goes to show that Ubisoft hasn't learned from their repeated mistakes using Uplay DRM, so avoid at all costs.
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To play this game you must have the UPLAY software connected to the internet at all times. It is more then a little annoying to be kicked out of a single player campaign after a couple of hours of play time because your internet carrier has a glitch. I can not see how this makes the game any more fun. The game itself seems to be just like the Might and Magics of old but after 2.5 hours of playing, what I mostly remember is the problems with the DRM. Since it is not mentioned above, I thought that it should be. (It would have effected my buying decision)
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Loved HOMM I-V and thought I'd give this a try. I made a horrible and tragic mistake.

First, the game is still buggy, even though it was released almost a year ago. Current version (2.1.1) will still randomly miscount the amount of gold you get each week. Even the calculator I received for my birthday in 1984 was able to do simple addition. Lame, Ubisoft.

Second, there is an online element involved w/ the game called the "Conflux" which is supposed to "enhance" your experience by tracking your progress and providing item and spell upgrades as you progress. Wrong! I've had the game for 3 days and still can't connect to the "Conflux" despite following the tedious list of troubleshooting tips on their support forum (including: disable all background programs and turn off my firewall? really?).

After reading though pages of their forums from other users w/ similar issues, I stunned that this company hasn't made any effort to clean up its product.

On the positive side, the graphics were decent and the new monsters and heroes were a good change of pace. However, my memories of those small achievements will likely be lost due to the concussions I've received by banging my head on my desk trying to get the online content to work.
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I've played a lot of incarnations of Might and Magic over the years, and Heroes has always held a special place in my heart. On a whim, I downloaded this game from Amazon to see if I could re-experience some of the old magic I felt when I played the original Heroes of Might and Magic. The download over a reasonable internet connection required six hours, which ultimately failed due to frequent CRC errors during the installation. I had to download it a second time in order for it to install correctly and it takes a while to load, even after the initial confusing back story cut scenes. Not particularly taxing on system resources nor is the graphics engine that demanding of my NVidia graphics card, it's puzzling why this game takes so long to load.

One problem is the constant DRM connection to UVERSE, which Ubisoft requires for some unknown reason. As near as I can tell, this online connection does little except sync your saved games to a cloud and occasionally offer you up some character upgrades as you progress in the game. It also tracks your game time for some reason, but like other users I find it completely unnecessary and a waste of time and system resources. It's constantly looking and downloading new versions of itself and must be stable and functional at all times, or it will just boot you out of the game.

I'm also not thrilled with the completely confusing storyline, which is supposed to follow the path of different heroes all connected or related in some way with the central theme of an impending holy war between Angels, Demons and The Faceless. It's more convoluted and confusing than the first two seasons of the Game of Thrones, so I pretty much ignore it and forget about the plot line.
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I paid more than the current listed price and feel it was not really worth the coin.

I know that this series has been around for a while and I do not wish to treat upon
fans of the title. I have never played any Might and Magic games until this one.
So, the following are simply MY opinions . . .

The main issue I had was that the very first campaign (past the tutorial) becomes
difficult if not impossible to complete about half way through.
There is a boss (and his army) held up in a castle that is rediculously more difficult
than all prior foes. I even tried to not "trigger him" and build up my forces and still
had a heck of a time against him etc.

After some research and learning some behind the scenes drama as it were, I concluded
(at least in my opinion) that the game has some programming flaws; or at least bad
judgement in creating the engine in certian areas etc; to make matters worse is that the
original team has a conflict with Ubisoft wich forced them to rush the programming AND
these difficulties may never be corrected etc etc (so it is my understanding in paraphrase)

If the game did not have the problems I just discussed I would state that the game is fun
BUT far too simplistic. The batles have a tactic format BUT have few stratigic options in reality.
The customizaton of your heroes is a little dull and the build up of your towns is just a
matter of points with little personal customization. But that is just my opinion.

With the exception of the apparent programming flaw I would recommend this to fans of the series.

I became so frustrated with this game that I simply stopped trying etc . . .shame

Download and install: No problems to speak of
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