Après plus d’une décennie, la série de RPG Might & Magic revient avec un nouvel épisode, alliant à formule originale de toutes nouvelles fonctionnalités. Le meilleur RPG de sa catégorie ! Au lendemain des évènements spectaculaires de Might & Magic® Heroes® VI, vous contrôlez un groupe de quatre aventuriers pris dans les...
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À propos de ce jeu

Après plus d’une décennie, la série de RPG Might & Magic revient avec un nouvel épisode, alliant à formule originale de toutes nouvelles fonctionnalités. Le meilleur RPG de sa catégorie !

Au lendemain des évènements spectaculaires de Might & Magic® Heroes® VI, vous contrôlez un groupe de quatre aventuriers pris dans les engrenages d’une machination politique autour de Karthal. La ville, au bord de la sécession, est la cible de factions rivales luttant pour la domination.

Might & Magic® X – Legacy est une véritable aventure solo, dans la plus pure tradition des RPG à la première-personne. Créez et menez votre groupe dans un monde ouvert, combattez de puissantes créatures mythiques et découvrez d’anciens trésors magiques !

Articles

"Might & Magic X – Legacy has everything it needs to be the next great title in the series"

RPG Codex

“Schedule some vacation for early 2014”
RPG Watch

“A high-pressure blast of nostalgia”
82.5% - Game Informer

Edition numérique Deluxe

MIGHT & MAGIC® VI GRATUIT
L'édition Deluxe comprend un exemplaire gratuit de Might & Magic VI, l'un des opus les plus plébiscités de la série Might & Magic.

UN DONJON EXCLUSIF DÈS SA SORTIE : LE FRAGMENT DE RÊVE
Explorez le donjon du Fragment de Rêve et poursuivez vos quêtes dans la Péninsule d'Agyn !

LE PREMIER DLC GRATUIT DÈS SA SORTIE : LE FAUCON ET LA LICORNE
Les possesseurs de l'édition Deluxe bénéficieront gratuitement du tout premier DLC intitulé Le Faucon et la Licorne, et ce dès sa sortie.

LA BANDE-SON NUMÉRIQUE
Récupérez gratuitement la BO officielle de Might & Magic X – Legacy : 13 titres uniques composés par le célèbre duo Roc Chen-Jason Graves.

Edition Numérique Standard

LE JEU COMPLET
La mythique série de jeux de rôle Might & Magic fait son grand retour avec Might & Magic X - Legacy. Découvrez un scénario passionnant en quatre actes qui mettra à l'épreuve votre sens tactique et décisionnel.
  • 12 classes jouables
    Personnalisez votre groupe d'aventuriers en choisissant parmi 12 classes, 4 races et plus de 20 compétences différentes. Faites évoluer vos personnages et développez vos propres stratégies à l'aide des sorts que vous apprenez.
  • 3 bourgades et 1 cité
    Votre grande aventure commence à Sorpigal-sur-Mer. Ralliez d'autres communautés, visitez des monuments, recrutez des mercenaires et commercez avec les marchands.
  • Un monde ouvert
    Traversez de somptueux environnements, choisissez la région que vous voulez explorer en premier... mais prudence : le danger n'est jamais loin.
  • Des quêtes variées
    Découvrez le sinistre complot qui couve dans la Péninsule d'Agyn, influez sur l'histoire de ses habitants et faites évoluer votre groupe par le biais de quêtes ludiques et originales regorgeant d'Easter Eggs !
  • 20+ donjons
    Explorez les recoins sombres et oppressants de donjons qui sont autant d'exercices de style, et traversez des environnements ouverts qui vous exposent à des attaques de toutes parts.
  • Plus de 60 créatures et 6 boss uniques
    Affrontez des adversaires retors dans des combats au tour par tour et adaptez vos tactiques pour affronter les créatures les plus puissantes.

UN KIT DE MODDING
Exprimez-vous en créant vos propres cartes et mods. Concevez le jeu de vos rêves et faites découvrir vos créations au reste de la communauté Might & Magic X – Legacy !

Caractéristiques Principales

  • Un Might & Magic® Authentique
    Découvrez une franchise qui a marqué la naissance du RPG sur PC dans les années 1980 ! Ce RPG classique et intemporel revient après onze ans d’attente et s’est adapté aux standards actuels, tout en respectant les attentes d’hier. « Old school, new rules ! »
  • Composez votre groupe d’aventuriers
    Prenez le contrôle d’une équipe de quatre aventuriers issus de quatre races différentes. Douze classes sont disponibles, chacune possédant un système de compétences propre. Des milliers de combinaisons possibles !
  • Elaborez vos propres tactiques
    Venez à bout de créatures et de Boss uniques en maîtrisant le système de combat tour-par-tour. Accomplissez des quêtes inédites, faites évoluer votre groupe de niveau et équipez-vous de puissants artefacts.
  • Découvrez une nouvelle région d’Ashan
    Explorez la péninsule d’Agyn, un nouvel environnement encore inexploré de l’univers Might & Magic®. Apprivoisez un monde sauvage et faites la rencontre de ses habitants, qui vous réservent quelques surprises…
  • Explorez des donjons retors
    Aventurez-vous au cœur de dangereux donjons, villes et labyrinthes aux pièges les plus mortels, et venez à bout de puzzles et d’énigmes torturés ! Prenez garde : vous ne savez jamais ce qui vous attend au prochain tournant !
  • Créez et partagez vos mods
    Imaginez vos propres aventures et quêtes et partagez-les avec la communauté. L’héritage repose sur vous !

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8 (all 32/64 bit versions)
    • Processeur : Intel Core 2 Duo E7300 @ 2.6 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ @ 2.7 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 4 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : nVidia GeForce 8800GT or AMD Radeon HD3870 (512MB VRAM with Shader Model 4.0 or higher)
    • DirectX : Version 9.0c
    • Réseau : Connexion internet haut débit
    • Espace disque : 10 GB d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with Latest Drivers
    • Notes supplémentaires : Using the Minimum Configuration, we strongly recommend to use minimal settings in order to not experience low framerate.
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8 (64 bit versions)
    • Processeur : Intel Core 2 Quad @ 2.4 GHz or AMD Phenom x4 @ 2.3 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 6 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : nVidia GeForce GTX470 or AMD Radeon HD6870 (1024MB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0)
    • DirectX : Version 9.0c
    • Réseau : Connexion internet haut débit
    • Espace disque : 10 GB d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with Latest Drivers
    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : MAC OS X Lion 10.7.3
    • Processeur : Intel Core i3 @ 3.2 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 4 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : Radeon HD5670
    • Espace disque : 11 GB d'espace disque disponible
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : MAC OS X Lion 10.8.2
    • Processeur : Intel Core i5 @ 3.2 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 8 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : GeForce 675MX GTX
    • Espace disque : 11 GB d'espace disque disponible
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Scribbles
( 105.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 4 mai
This is way, way worse than the old Might and Magic games. Less customization (only two portraits and voices per gender per race. Don't like a portrait? Too bad. They're hard-coded and there's no way to get more; also the voices are annoying as hell). It's uglier than the old M&M games too. The graphics are technically better (though about ten years outdated by modern standards), but the art design is far worse. Towns just look barren and boring. The gameplay is eh. Not as good as the old M&M. It's much, much, much simpler. They've dumbed it way down.

so why do I have so many hours? I love Might and Magic. I have thousands of hours on 6, 7, and 8 throughout my childhood. I wanted to like this. I realized, eventually, that I hated every moment of it. This game is just bad.
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dragonslayer91
( 22.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 2 mai
Far too rigid to be enjoyable.
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SBTurvok
( 65.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 26 avril
I can't say anything bad about this game. I absolutely loved it. Played it completely through once, and recently reinstalled to play through again. Took me a couple tries to get a group i was happy with. It's turn based old school game. It's hard. you can wander into areas you aren't ready for. Some of the puzzles are easy, some are challenging and some so obscure i had to look up the solution online.

I loved the length of the game. There was a couple times i wished there was more. I did pick up a few of the dlc's. But would love to see a whole new campaign with the same engine.

Don't expect AAA quality of a game. There aren't many voice overs. and little to no FMV. But be prepared to read, and enjoy the depth of the game.

Highly recomend this game. I bought this when it first came out. Just decided to write a review now as i seen the low review score.
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Sir Prise
( 0.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 19 avril
You need to subscribe in order to play. Unfortunately I didn't manage to subscribe due to the fact that all my attempts ended with the message that the subscription server was offline. Couldn't play a single minute. Refunded.
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LegendOfDylan
( 0.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 14 avril
Oh a Might and Magic game I can play on my Mac, nice! Wait...what is this? It's nothing like the games of my past. Better give it a chance though.

Those were the thoughts running through my mind before I played this game, the horrors I was about to endure unknown. This game is so terrible it made me cry. I wish I could get in a time machine and go back to a simpler point where I didn't know this abomination existed. I can't so it just sits in my library a constant reminder to look into games before I buy them.
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[G1].Dakteris Māja
( 37.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 14 avril
I have played all M&M starting from M&M 6.

Grid based movement sucks :( that's terrible, but I finished the game and even enjoyed it.

If you guys continue with M&M XI, give us a free movement again.
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Bill Shatty
( 131.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 avril
I dont give a rats ♥♥♥ about the flaws. This game is amazing. High difficulty, cryptic puzzles and fun gameplay.
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swschenk
( 22.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 12 avril
Grid movement play starting at lowest possible experience. Does not move up fast enough to keep up with foes. I got stuck at a point that is impassable and you can die only so much.......
Gam is not modable unless you spend big bucks and no guarantees Uplay will let it in.
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ekmule
( 60.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 11 avril
C'est un excellent jeu. Bien entendu, le plus gros problème a sa sortie était les bugs en tout genre et les problèmes lié à la plateforme uplay. C'est arrangé aujourd'hui et j'ai vraiment pris plaisir à y jouer car ça m'a rappelé de bons souvenirs lorsque je jouais aux vieux M&M, dungeon master, eye of beholder et ishar. (Je vous les recommande d'ailleurs)
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libalbert
( 1,344.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 10 avril
J'ai joué et recommencé ce jeu je ne sais combien de fois. Jen suis à plus de 1270 heures de jeu à force d'essayer de nouvelles combinaisons de personnages. Est-ce q'un croisé fonctionnera avec un maître des runes un bourlingueur et un orc barbare ? Est-ce que quatre croisés feront l'affaire ou quatre druides ? ou quatre sabrevent ? Une fois le jeu terminé, quelques jours plus tard, je me demande de nouveau si telle ou telle combinaison marcherait aussi bien et je suis tenté de recommencer. Parfois une combinaison échoue lamentablement, parce que les personnages sont à court d'une capacité indispensable, faute d'un sort particulier dont je me passais jusque-là. Mais en général, je parviens au bout du jeu.
Question fonctionnement, je n'ai jamais eu de gros problèmes. Le jeu tourne avec fluidité. De temps à autre il bloque et me force à le relancer, sans que je puisse avec certitude en accuser le jeu plus que les composants de mon ordi ou les carences de Windows. Même si le jeu suit un parcours bien précis, et si l'on doit accomplir certaines actions ou quêtes avant de pouvoir débloquer certains territoires, on dispose tout de même d'une certaine liberté de mouvement. Mais il faut reconnaître qu'il s'agit d'un type de jeu qui peut ne pas plaire à tous les joueurs. Le système au tour par tour risque de rebuter pas mal de monde. C'est une ambiance particulière qu'on aime ou pas.
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salty_penguin
( 2.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 6 avril
Gameplay feels more clunky than riding a bike in goat simulator.
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mark2713
( 299.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 4 avril
When i first bought this game there were many bug and it was unplayable. Now 2 years later and with a new system I thought that I would give it another try and it worked fine. I guess they have patched things well enough now.
This game is a good addition to the Might and Magic series in my opinion. It has many of the features that I have grown to like in this series. The trainers and promotion quests are generally quite good and the combat is often interesting and well balanced. I really liked playing this game and I hope someone will add more like it in the future.
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Henry Gloval
( 25.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 3 avril
I write this review as someone who grew up playing and obsessing over the classic Might and Magic series. I love grid based games, in particular Etrian Odessey.

I would recommend this game, but $25 for this is a joke. And, as someone who enjoys difficulty in their RPG's, I'll say this - if you pick this game up on sale, play it on easy mode.

I enjoyed MM6 - 8 the most, because I like to explore. If you play on the high difficulty, you will enjoy the mechanics and the challenge, but you will feel stifled because only one route is possible. For example, it might appear that you can explore the wilderness OR a dungeon, but in reality the level scaling is done so tightly that only one linear path through the dungeon is feasible. Literally, I got to a point where it was OK to walk through the main path of a dungeon, but if I opened a side door my odds of survival were 1 in 4. Very upsetting. Or, at another point I found two new wilderness lands to explore. I explored one, and got blown out by enemies moderately far above my level. I explored another, and got completely destroyed by an encounter so far above my level it was staggering. It turned out that the "solution" was to sneak through the latter and find a tiny path into a dungeon so I could level up. As an avid explorer, this was very disappointing.

At the same time, if you are thirsty for M&M style mechanics, this can scratch your itch. Mechancically, this game represents a big step up from the classics of yore in a lot of ways. Increased party interactions and challenging bosses make intelligent party building more important than ever. For example, you can do more complex things like have your tank stun lock a dangerous foe just long enough for your wizard to take it out. Back in the day, I used to keep a heavy melee focus on my parties. In MM7, this paid off tremendously late game, in ridiculous Monk beatdowns that could make minotaurs weep. In THIS game, I was thrilled to see such simplistic tactics punished early and thoroughly.

So, I could not agree more with the mixed overall rating this game is receiving. Mechanically, this game is a big step in the right direction. Unfortunately, the game fails to strike that balance between difficulty and freedom which I feel is the true hallmark of the Might and Magic franchise. If you are considering buying this game, have a good think about what is attracting you to it. If you're an old school series fan like myself, beware. If you're a mechanically focused Etrian Odyssey type player, you'll probably find much more to enjoy.
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henki31
( 34.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 21 mars
Une déception, comme pour toute la série des jeux Might and Magic de ces dernières années.
Une carte ridiculement petite, les ennemies qui ne réapparaissent pas...
Je m'arrête là tant il y a d'autres défauts qui ne compensent pas les bons cotés peux nombreux.
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smbaker
( 128.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 18 mars
I was going to recommend it, but the bugs (even two freakin' years after release) really annoyed me during the final boss fight with erebos. The game has that 90s nostalgia to it, and feels like the M&M classics (I've played MM3 through MMIX). However, it just didn't feel like it received the playtesting that it should have. Too many bugs. Combat movement a pain in the butt. Annoyingly long walks from location to location. Sometimes having to quit the middle of a dungeon and slow walk all the way back to town to restock. These aren't huge things to fix, but they're enough to really detract from gameplay. Disappointed.
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Oldbolt
( 59.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 18 mars
Game gets better the longer you play. I'm playing on 'Adventurer'(easy mode) and have probably died over 100 times. In the begining of the game you are limited to where you can go and some of the places in that area are too tough for the level you will be at, trial and error will get you through in the end and I'm happy I stuck at it as the game is becoming an enjoyable romp for me.
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Zammy
( 39.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 14 mars
I got this game as a part of a bundle and thought "well, this will be one game I'll nevel install".
But I ended up trying the game, and liked it so much I completed it.
Despite being released in 2014, Might and Magic X has a very strong back to 90' feeling looming over it. It mostly feels like a weird mixture of roguelike and older Might and Magic games. Turn based game where you run in a grid. Certainly not something you would expect from such a new game.

I, however, find this pleasant and nostalgic.

If you like older Might and Magic titles and are fan of roguelikes, then this game will be good for you, try it out if it's on sale.
If you aren't fan of either, better stay away. You will probably not like this.

There are two major downsides for this game I disliked.
-Damn much running around in same places.
-No real game notes. Too often you keep wondering "where on earth I saw that earth magic master teacher. Gotta go to google again, I'm not checking the whole world again to find him."
They certainly didn't stop me from playing, but I must admid both were annoying for me.
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zeroequalsone
( 38.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 11 mars
What a piece of crap...I love the M&M franchise but this is a real let down....the battles are crap, the movement is crap...the escalation of enemy toughness is ridiculous...I don't know who put this together or who thought it was a good idea but they are seriously delusional...
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lihui218
( 100.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 10 mars
Ce jeux que j'ai installer n'a pas arreter d'avoir des bug... les blockage... maintenants, je ne peux plus savegarder ni charger les jeux sauvegardes...
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dax616
( 380.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 8 mars
If You like Might and Magic this game you will LOVE! I give it 7 out of 10 if I had a better computer it would be a 10!
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Non recommandé
22.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 2 mai
Far too rigid to be enjoyable.
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Non recommandé
105.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 4 mai
This is way, way worse than the old Might and Magic games. Less customization (only two portraits and voices per gender per race. Don't like a portrait? Too bad. They're hard-coded and there's no way to get more; also the voices are annoying as hell). It's uglier than the old M&M games too. The graphics are technically better (though about ten years outdated by modern standards), but the art design is far worse. Towns just look barren and boring. The gameplay is eh. Not as good as the old M&M. It's much, much, much simpler. They've dumbed it way down.

so why do I have so many hours? I love Might and Magic. I have thousands of hours on 6, 7, and 8 throughout my childhood. I wanted to like this. I realized, eventually, that I hated every moment of it. This game is just bad.
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Non recommandé
0.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 19 avril
You need to subscribe in order to play. Unfortunately I didn't manage to subscribe due to the fact that all my attempts ended with the message that the subscription server was offline. Couldn't play a single minute. Refunded.
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Non recommandé
33.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 27 février
Ok, I am a big Might & Magic fan and have played MIght & Magic since the beginning back on a Commodore 64 with Might & Magic 1 & 2. I can say that prior to this game Might & Magic VI was the best version that I had come across and when this game came out in that style and for the Mac I was absolutely estatic and had to get the game.

Pro's: Has the same feel as the MIght & Magic VI style of play. Pretty badass game to that extent.
Con's: This is a major con. The game as far as I can see does not respawn. So when you finish a map, you literally finish a map. Yes, you can travel through the map itself to get to another part but have no way to develop a more powerful character. You are basically limited to the level that the game is setup for. This gives control to the gameplay to keep it complicated for the customers, but it takes out the randomness of the game, which once you realize that, the game seriously loses its appeal. I literally went back to Might & Magic VI by downloading Crossover and the PC version on my Mac to play the game. It plays flawlessly but Might & Magic X just does not compare to VI.

They were so close yet unless they change that part of the game, I would have to give this a thumbs down :(
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Recommandé
109.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 15 février
What I like:
- It has a nice difficulty level.
- Nostalgia successfully evoked for people who played classics such as Lands of Lore or Eye of the Beholder.
- Fights and character builds require some strategy.
- You can make notes on the ingame map. For example, you can write there "spells" next to a shop where you can do that, or "axe" at a spot where you can level up a characters axe skill.
- Some replayability possible. The puzzles and enemies will be the same, but you can build a different party of different classes and thus attempt to beat the game with a different setup, using the higher of the two available difficulty modes.
- Some of the puzzles and riddles are fun.

What I dislike:
- Ubisoft. That means you have to deal with Ubisofts Uplay nonsense, bad support, DRM and whatnot.
- The game is sometimes a bit sparse in matters of telling you where to do what. Without researching sometimes on the internet where to do what, you might get frustrated.
- I had one annoying bug so far.
- Sometimes, every couple of hours, it crashes. Since it saves automatically ever now and then and has a quicksave option, this is bearable though.
- The graphics are mixed. They're not good, but some models and parts of the dungeons look nice. Other parts, especially outdoor textures, look very bad if you get closed.

Neutral:
- Some of the game mechanics make sense gameplaywise but are highly illogical. For example, the buffs on your party (like one that protects you from damage) last a certain number of turns (during combat) or moves. But you can, for example, rest for 8 hours to regenerate your party, and those buffs are all still up. Sometimes you can also rest for 8 hours before a boss fight, and the boss will just wait until you're done.
- In some of those old RPGs I liked that the positioning of the party mattered (melee fighters in the front, ranged fighters and spell casters in the back). In this game, the positioning is irrelevant.
- The difficulty is not increasing in an entirely linear way. You will encounter enemies you can't beat at that point. On the other hand, the game saves automatically all the time, so you just reload and ignore that part for the time being.

So, all in all, if you like those retro-RPGs, this one is ok. It's not great, but is entertaining enough. 25 Euro is a bit expensive in my opinion, but for 15 Euro or less, like during a Steam Sale, I can easily recommend it, as far as you don't buy it randomly but realized that you get a retro style RPG instead of a new Witcher or Elder Scrolls. Well, and you have to be aware that there are still a couple of bugs in the game.
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Recommandé
287.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 2 mars
This game pays homage to Might and Magic 1-5 and persoanlly, I like it very much.


The good:

* Unlike a lot of RPGs today, the combat mechanics are deep and srategic. Should you spend a turn healing and defending or should you take a chance and forgo healing this round to dish out damage with the hope of quickly ending the encounter? Decisions like these make combat satisfying.

* Pretty graphics - Bright vibrant colours and nice character models.

* Party based RPG that allows for a ton of customization options and increases re-play value.

The bad:

* Not enough content - The game is a lot of fun, but very short. The DLC addresses this nicely, but even so, the original should have been longer.

* The storyline is not very memorable. I still vividly remember the story of Might and Magic 7, but despite having 244 play hours on MMX, I still can't recall the story.
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Posté le : 15 février
++ Good combat system, abilities, and weapons. Customization and exploration freedom

-- Dated graphics, and lags. Story is hard to follow
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When i first bought this game there were many bug and it was unplayable. Now 2 years later and with a new system I thought that I would give it another try and it worked fine. I guess they have patched things well enough now.
This game is a good addition to the Might and Magic series in my opinion. It has many of the features that I have grown to like in this series. The trainers and promotion quests are generally quite good and the combat is often interesting and well balanced. I really liked playing this game and I hope someone will add more like it in the future.
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Posté le : 14 décembre 2015
If what you crave is oldschool grid-based 3D movement combined with turn-based combat, don't look any further - it won't get any better than this. But if you do not like these two basic features of the game (or even just one of them), you really should keep away. You've been warned.

"Legacy" harkens back to the Might & Magic games of old - and with this I don't mean Might & Magic 6/7, but rather M&M 3 "Isles of Terra" and M&M 4/5 "World of Xeen". You can still buy those from GoG, but the once stunning VGA graphics are real hard to endure nowadays, so it's a blessing that Might & Magic X exists. While the graphics here aren't exactly top notch, they are still very beautiful and atmospheric. (Almost) everything else is like it was in those old games: A deep turnbased combat system at its core, a big upper world to roam freely with your party of four (plus two hirelings), towns, dungeons, inns, merchants, quests, riddles - the whole shebang. In this, "Legacy" has much much more to offer than, say, "Legends of Grimrock II".

Given all the above, there are only two real downsides to the game: The first is that it is unfortunately technically unoptimized. This becomes noticeable to the user in the wide upper world, where there's sometimes hitching while you move your party a tile - even with the most advanced GPUs in town. This is strange as the game really shouldn't be very demanding at all (the only reason that could explain this is that the engine seems to rely more on your CPU power than on your GPU). This does detract from the oldschool RPG fun only slightly, however.

Well, and the second downside is of course Uplay. I once swore I would never buy another Ubisoft game from steam again until they got rid of this utterly useless and annoying additional DRM-scheme, but when I broke my vow and reinstalled it (just for this game), I noticed that it at least became much more unobtrusive compared to how I rember it from a few years ago (when I played "Farcry 3" for a while). Also retrieval of the long forgotten password for my account was no problem.

If I had to give "Might & Magic X - Legacy" a score, it would be 8/10 for fans of grid-based RPGs with turn-based combat. I would have given 9/10 if the game were optimized. The last missing point is because I really miss some features from the old games, namely: sorcerer guilds and banks that give interest on deposited money. Also, while the story always played second fiddle in M&M games and the narrative we are presented here is ok, I liked some of the storylines of earlier installments better. A nice touch, though, is that (if you are perceptive) the great "sci-fi setting" twist of "Might & Magic 3, Isles of Terra" is at least alluded to in "Legacy" too.
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I would not have bought if if I knew it needed to be connected online to play it. Thats right. Its a single player game that requires you to be connected to its ♥♥♥♥♥♥ uplay service to play it. Oh, and u play goes down often. Ill recommend the game if it ever comes up and allows me to play it.
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Good game overall. One of the best "blobbers" released in the last few years.

+ Good combat system for the subgenre.
+ Can be challenging at times (on the higher difficuly level) but not frustrating
+ Stable, runs good (after the latest patch), interface is adequate.

- Somewht poor in party customization options departament. There are too few races/professions.
- The itemization is poor. Mostly diablo-like generic items with one prefix and one suffix.
- The publisher service "thing" that you need to subscribe to and then log each time you play - in this single-player game as if Steam wasn't enough.

My final verdict: Liked it despite its flaws. Score: 7 out of 10.
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The mixed reviews put me off this game for a long while, but I finally picked it up and was pleasantly suprised. I'm a die-hard fan of Might and Magic VI, which I've gone back and played several times over the years. This installment lacks the scope of VI, but captures the spirit of it.

Planning and developing your party is the main highlight, despite a few minor issues with how skills are distributed across classes. Although there are party combinations that are clearly "better" if you are optimizing, there are lots of possibilities that are doable and fun, even by just using different skill distributions amongst the same classes.

You have to accept that you can't get everything you want on every character or every party, since there is an effective limit on the experience you can gain in the game. This can be frustrating, but forces you build more intelligently and make sacrifices to get the skills you want. The game itself is somewhat linear and lacking in the open-world feel of other Might and Magic games. The story isn't very deep or compelling, similar to Heroes VI.

The grid movement and turn-based combat are off-putting at first, but they ultimately created interesting opportunities for tactical gameplay. Combats are often repetitive although there are some variations in tactics based on the specific enemies. After beating it on the normal difficulty, I immediately played through again with a new party on the "Warrior" difficulty, which provided a fun challenge that felt like a different game, at least in the early going. Even after beating it again, I still find myself brainstorming different party combinations I want to try.

Overall, not an "amazing" game, but quite enjoyable, with good replayability. Certainly better than the average review indicates. Now I'm primed to go back and play VI again.


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A fine grid-based RPG with a reasonably open overworld, quests and even a few basic choices (spare/kill) and a lot of dungeon crawling. The turn-based combat prevents "dancing" known from realtime based blobber combat and the classes are very varied and allow many spell/skill combinations. The level progression is very satisfying, there was never a moment I felt overleveled (and a few where I had to reload and try a different path).

All in all a satisfying RPG.
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Really enjoyed this game. Of all the Square Based games we've rec'd in the past two years, this one has overall the best tactical combat. It also is one with the full RPG experiance, land, dungeon, trading and story, most are just "escape". The only negative is this was a UBI project so the developers weren't able to open up and support us better being under a corporate umbrella. This games competition is all indy and you get much better response from those. Go figure, right? The little guy out strips support of a corporation with a dedicated support team. LOL. You can mod this game and I did some to make the tactics even that much better for me. In the end really enjoyed this one.
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I played the heck out of this game. If you're looking for something to scratch that old school first person Wizardry Style RPG itch this game will do nicely. It's not the most polished experience but it's very addictive if you're a fan of the genre and the truth is, there just aren't that many games that fit this niche these days, then this is a must have, so go for it!
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Now I'll be completely honest here.
I've only played through the game once and I haven't touched the DLCs by any means.
Now I've played in the alpha/beta and I really enjoyed it, and when I first played the launched game, I really enjoyed it still, and even more.
I couldn't stop playing this game and I managed to finish almost all the quests in the game before finishing it.
And that's where the sour part comes.
This has to be the lamest, most disgustingly bad end boss ever made in history.

SPOILER START, for those who doesn't want their ending spoiled:

The final boss fight is basically:
1. Attack the boss.
2. Go to four rooms and kill the monsters there, and pick up a thing.
3. Go back to the center of the boss room and then plonk the thing into the thing.
4. Random flashlight of doom turns on and the boss dies.
5. You sit there thinking: Is that it?

SPOILER END.

But would I recommend this game?
Of course I would, it's a lovely and a great game, except for the final boss.
Now as I mentioned previously, I only played the game WITHOUT the DLCs.
I'd say fetch it if you like this kind of game, especially on discout sales.
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Ok, first i made a mistake and bought it thinking it would run on Linux becouse of the Steamplay tag, my mistake. But, it runs great on PlayonLinux Wine. So no problems there. I started the game and run smooth, loved tha intro and started playing and story grabbed me. Loved it, hope to get many hours out of it.
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There was a time when most games did not hold your hand. They told you to put your hand on the table, then they smashed it with a hammer and laughed because you kept it out there while they raised the hammer back. MMX put you out in a world, and expects you to find your way around it. Role playing games do not get too much better than this one. Great character progrssion, quest design and a world that really is something to explore.
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Love this game. If you are a fan of old school turn based grid movement games, get this. Many have a problem with UPlay. If this is not a problem for you - and you love old school turn based games - just get it already.
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Old school dungeon crawler. Turn based combat. Good for a relaxing game of nostaligic party based monster bashing, leveling, and loot collecting if you are into that kind of thing. I finally made it to act 2 on my 7th try playing hardcore mode (meaning I start over on a total party kill.).

It is a difficult, unforgiving game (at least on warrior mode). It won't hold your hand or give you quest arrows to follow. That is a quite refreshing change, having to explore and find things rather than mindlessly being spoon fed content.
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