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Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes - Nintendo DS

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Platform: Nintendo DS

Ashan is a world of legendary peoples. Proud Elves guard the emerald forests of Irollan... Mighty Knights rule the fiefs of the Griffin Empire... Studious Wizards survey the oasis-strewn deserts of the Silver Cities... The grim Necromancers worship in the wastelands of Heresh...and the ravenous demons are immured in Sheogh, their prison world. During certain lunar eclipses the walls of Sheogh weaken and demons burst forth, plunging Ashan into war. And since the dawn of times, the demon legions have been repelled by the allies thanks to a powerful artifact known as the Blade of Binding. Once again the armies of Sheogh are coming and the Blade will be wielded... Your journey in the world of Might and Magic will be punctuated with riddles, extraordinary encounters and epic battles against creatures searching for some fresh hero blood. Your hero will travel thanks to a node system, so watch your step as some of these nodes might trigger special actions, hide terrifying traps or even legendary treasures such as forgotten artifacts or secret units. To stand a chance against your enemies, your hero will have to equip magical artifacts and build up the most powerful army. Your army will be composed of Core, Elite and Champion units, each of them having specific sizes, strengths and abilities. It’s up to you to choose wisely each of these units combined to the appropriate artifact and work out the best strategy to wipe out your enemies. While roaming around Ashan or winning battles, you will discover new artifacts and gather different types of resources such as Ore, Gold and Blood Crystals. These earnings can be used to buy new Elite or Champion units for your army through specific Creature Dwelling buildings. Make sure to look everywhere as you will be able to unlock and collect powerful hidden units and artifacts! You will be confronted with many challenges such as defeating the enemy heroes by crossing their armies in standard battles or launching into special challenges and Boss fights where your strategic skills will be put to a severe test. Finally, you can solve puzzle battles and get powerful rewards by finding the right combination and wipe-out the enemy in a limited number of turns.

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Platform:Nintendo DS
ASIN B002EWD02C
Release date December 1, 2009
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4.2 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 5.1 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
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By AlexJouJou TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 14, 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
I've been playing Puzzle Quest now for quite some time (8 months or so). I have no idea how many hours I have into it--easily hundreds. When I complete I just start over as another type of character (warrior, wizard, knight, etc). It is that addicting!

Although I've enjoyed other puzzle/seek and find games like Professor Layton, Touchmaster, or Millionheir nothing has come close to knocking out PQ as my main game. Until now that is. Might & Magic has replaced PQ as my favorite puzzle game. It is new, fresh, and clever. A mix of luck and strategy Might & Magic grips you from the beginning. The story is interesting if a bit LOTR inspired (an elf named Anwen?). The graphics are outstanding--not 3D but that's perfect for me..I love me some sprites..the 3D graphic Chibi characters just look funny to me. About the only game I loved them in was Suikoden Tierkreis (another excellent game if you like RPG).

Although this is a "sort of" match 3 title it is so much more. Each type of unit has different strengths and weaknesses. Quite often your goal is not to just destroy the enemy but to accomplish a specific task--that keeps it varied and interesting. The puzzle's are really intriguing and I've spent many an hour trying to figure them out. Unlike something like Professor Layton I was driven to figure it out myself without help. Is it frustrating? Undoubtedly--especially since luck does play a part. But after each defeat I found myself more determined to win the next time by using a different strategy.

Getting around works fine with the Dpad or the stylus (I always prefer D pad). The main story has 5 characters and you play one at a time--in this respect this is similar to Dragon Quest IV. The items you get always help you and you've got to decide which one to go with.
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By Bret on December 9, 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
I just completed this game after about 25 hours of playing and, as the title of this review indicates, I'm impressed. This is a solid game through and through- the graphics are excellent, the music is some of the best on the DS (I usually listen to my own music while playing, yet I actually hooked my DS up to my stereo for this one), the dialogue and story are well done, and the battle system is VERY addicting. Battles in MoM aren't your typical RPG turn-based fare, there's a lot of thought and planning that goes into every enemy encounter here. Instead of choosing commands from a menu, players are rewarded for being creative and using their wits. It's more puzzler than an RPG as far as the battles are concerned and it can be a lot of fun. Also, this is the first DS game I've actually felt compelled to complete in months... and that speaks volumes for the quality as I unfortunately do not have much time to dedicate to gaming anymore.

As for the bad, it would have been nice to allow some sort of indication the level of your enemy BEFORE you are locked into battle with them. A majority of the battles in MoM are not random encounters, players have to actually engage the enemy yet what is the point if they are just going to completely destroy you? At the very least make the player aware of the opponent's level so they could avoid pointless battles and wasted time. This is a minor complaint and if they make a sequel (which I wouldn't be surprised if they did) I'd assume they'd implement this.

Second, while the graphics look fantastic there is a strange design choice the developers choose in which the characters are always facing the player.
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I'll be brief: I am an adult gamer who has enjoyed strategy and RPG games since FF1 and Dragon Warrior. I really dig the retro games being published on the DS. That being said:

This is not your traditional RPG. This is a strategy RPG, puzzle game combined. But it is amazingly fun!

Graphics are good, but I play on the DSI XL, I can't imaging trying to differentiate the colors of some of the units on the smaller screen (the bears and Unicorns in particular). The characters don't actually 'move' as much as they shuffle as if on a game board. You don't move freely but instead hop from point to point. So there is no real exploration to speak of. The character models during the dialogue are very artistic and very well done, though they have just a few expressions.

The story is good, though nothing original. The characters are all very endearing though, and the supporting cast is quite lively and entertaining. Even the demons have a grim humor about them. But you will find yourself rooting for the good guys and genuinely concerned about the fate of the heroes.

You follow each of the main characters from level 1 to 10 in order. This gives you the chance to control a good variety of unit types: (elves, knights, undead, demons, etc...). Each unit has a unique ability, stats, and levels up (as a unit type, not each individual unit). You receive unlimited core units, but have to purchase the Elite and Champion units. I found the most difficulty was in winning battles while keeping your Elite units alive (if they die, they're gone for good until you buy more). Some of the puzzle battles are fun, but once you have a good grasp of the battle mechanics, they can be rather easy.
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