Heroes VI is een episch verhaal waarin de Engelen samenzweren om - voor eens en voor altijd - een onafgewerkte oorlog met hun eeuwenoude rivalen, de Faceless, te beëindigen.
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Releasedatum: 13 okt 2011

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Complete Edition

The Complete Edition includes the critically acclaimed Might & Magic Heroes VI, two original Adventure Packs and the Standalone Expansion featuring the Dark-Elf Dungeon faction.

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

  • Enjoy the critically acclaimed Heroes gameplay in a new enhanced premium edition: more than 120 hours of gameplay, 6 factions, 42 units and their upgrades, hundreds of artefacts and new Dynasty Weapons.
  • Experience the unique mix of Turn-Based Strategy & RPG: Explore extra-large adventure maps, collect resources and build extraordinary cities. Perfect your tactics, level-up your heroes, recruit troops & lead them to combat on tactical battle maps
  • Shape your destiny: Lead your Heroes through an intriguing scenario. Choose your path & customize your gaming experience thanks to a brand new Reputation system.
  • Unveil new secrets of Ashan: Experience original and breathtaking returns of 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: re-discover the old Worlds of Varn, Xeen and Enroth, from the Might & Magic famous RPGs.
  • Dive into the richness of the M&M 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

Over dit spel

The adventure in Heroes VI, starting 400 years before events in Heroes V, catapults a family of heroes into a fast-paced epic story where Angels plot to end -- once and for all -- an unfinished war with their ancient rivals, the Faceless.

A legendary Archangel General is resurrected, but with his powers crippled. Plagued by horrible memories of the Elder Wars, he plots to recover his powers and take control of Ashan while destroying both Faceless and Demons in a series of carefully orchestrated attacks and betrayals. He underestimates, however, the power of the all-too-human Griffin dynasty.

The destiny of these Griffin heroes will be determined by our players.

Deluxe Edition Content

  • Soundtrack.
  • Artbook/Poster.
  • One month subscription on Heroes Kingdom.
  • 1 Bonus Single Player Skirmish Map.
  • 4 Dynasty Heroes : Aguirre, Sveltana, Yume and Kraal.
  • 2 Dynasty Weapon : Staff of Cleansing and Staff of Asha’s Eightfold.
Content is delivered via download only.

Key Features

  • Enjoy the critically acclaimed Heroes gameplay, remasterized with the well-known developer, Black Hole, and in close partnership with the game’s numerous fans.
  • Experience the unique mix of Turn-Based Strategy & RPG: Explore extra-large adventure maps, collect tons of resources and build extraordinary cities. Perfect your tactics to level-up your heroes, recruit troops & ready them for combat on exclusive battle maps.
  • Shape your destiny: Lead the Heroes of the Griffin dynasty through an intriguing scenario. Choose your path, assume your choices and customize your gaming experience thanks to a brand new Reputation system.
  • Rediscover the richness of the M&M Universe: Discover fantastic landscapes and creatures from the world of Ashan. Enjoy improved 3D designs and an exclusive new bestiary.
  • Share with the community: Post content & compete with your friends using a new and intelligent, online community interface.

Systeemeisen

    • Besturingssysteem: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (32-/64-bits)
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E4400 @ 2,0 GHz, AMD Athlon X2 5000+ @ 2,6 GHz
    • Geheugen: 1 GB voor Windows XP en 1,5 GB voor Windows Vista/7
    • Videokaart: 512 MB, DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Harde schijf: 8 GB
    • Geluidskaart: DirectX 9.0c-compatibel
    • Besturingssysteem: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (32-/64-bits)
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 @ 2,00 GHz, AMD Athlon II X2 240 @ 2,8 GHz
    • Geheugen: 2 GB voor Windows XP en 2 GB voor Windows Vista/7
    • Videokaart: 1 GB, DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Harde schijf: 8 GB
    • Geluidskaart: DirectX 9.0c-compatibel
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13 van de 15 mensen (87%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
23.2 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 18 oktober
I realized early that Heroes 6 is the weakest installment of the series. It has an utterly generic story that has nothing to do with the events of the previous titles and a gameplay that lacks any inspiration. But I could have ignored that, since, despite being not a very good title, the game still has some solid entertainment.
What really killed it for me is the "always online" issue, even if you really just want to play a single-player game and don't even care about multiplayer. While being always online in Steam is usually a non-issue, having to be always online on the notoriously unstable Uplay network can be a pain.
Also if Uplay servers are down for any reason and you try to work around that by starting the client in offline-mode the game will begin giving you trouble. For example it will refuse to let you load any of your savegames, because games you played while you were online are not available when you are offline. And if it has a particularly bad day it will deactivate completely, tell you that your version of Heroes 6 is "unregistered" and demand that you go online to register your already registered game another time before you are allowed to play the game again. So that's my real issue.

However, if you need another reason, then here is a word for those of you who just happen to be die-hard fans of the series like me: please take my warning. This game does NOT continue the events of Heroes 5 and/or Dark Messiah of Might and Magic. It is a prequel that surrenders the previous story-line completely.
I mean: Bloody hell! It's not like Ubisoft left us with a cliffhanger after Heroes 5, where the dark messiah, possessed by a half-naked, smoking-hot succubus, stopped the necromancers and their alliance of the willing from dropping weapons of mass-destruction on the underworld, destroyed the skull of the seventh dragon to free the demon-lord and open the gates of hell. So that the dark lord would rise from the abyss speaking the magic words: "I am your father". You know - introduce some global warming: the lucifer-way. And right before we found out if the world was going to end and if beelzebub actually can be a picture-book daddy... curtains dropping! The end.
And here comes Heroes 6 and it starts with the words "2000 years earlier"! Wait a minute, Ubisoft: I thought we just had some serious armageddon and succubus-action going on here! What happened to good old: smash skull first, eat brains later?
So honestly: unless you are really desperate for another Might and Magic title, just skip Heroes 6 and wait for Heroes 7. You won't be missing out on anything at all.
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7 van de 9 mensen (78%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
87.0 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 23 oktober
Don't hate the game, hate the uPlayer.
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9 van de 13 mensen (69%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
36.7 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 17 oktober
UPlay is annoying. Also, can we please go back to HoMM3?
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3 van de 3 mensen (100%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
130.3 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 29 oktober
There seem to be a lot of mixed reviews on this game. If you loved Heroes 5, you'll probably like this one as well, but I can see why some of the die hards would complain.

Pros:
-It's Heroes. I've played the incarnations of this game since the original, and have enjoyed every version (except for 4, seriously what were they thinking).
-Every creature has a special ablility. I like that, because it means if you only have low level guys, you can still use stratagy to outwitt a larger army.
-There's a bunch of new creatures to explore.
-All of the town types are evenly matched. I found in the previous games Necromancers (my favorite) had generally weaker monsters compared to other towns, but would make up for it with numbers as you fought. The Necromancy skill has changed in this one so you don't mass up a swarm of skeletons from your enemy's corpses, but your army can hold it's onw anyway.


Cons:
-U-Play. I've never liked using U-Play, and this game is the best example of why. Aside from the bulky and unecessary U-Play shell that runs, you have to have a connection to their server to access most of the game. Also, if you're not connected, you can't access any of your saved games. And most annoying is the autosave. I found that after about two weeks of in game play, my computer would bog down to the point of freezing the game. I was able to fix the problem by not allowing the auto save, but that means I have to save my game myself often.
-Skills. I honestly don't know what I don't like about the new level up skills format, but something about it rubs me the wrong way. I do like that you have to earn your spells by leveling up, but there is something about the new system that just feels .... blah.
-Enemy Heroes are really tough. In a custom map, you can spend a couple hours building up your castle and hero. You'll find that the random map monsters are fairly easy to dispatch, but then an enemy hero will show up. "Holy Crap, where'd he get that army from?" or "How did he vaporize my stack of creatures with that one lightning bolt?" I find them wickedly powerful. The campaign though, which I havn't yet finished, seems much easier.
-You really only need one hero. You beef up one guy and go smashing. If an enemy is sneeking up on your castle, no problem, just use your town gate spell and you're home. It's also too easy to get your hero back every time. While I get nobody wants to loose their big main hero, I find this takes away the stratagy of defense for your castles.

Overall, I do enjoy the game and would suggest it to anyone, both fans of the series and newcomers alike!
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4 van de 5 mensen (80%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
39.0 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 6 oktober
The Good:

Still Might and Magic, still pretty fun

The Bad

Game is laggy, have to put up with u-play (ironic name),UI feels clustered and clunky, takes way tooo long to load, unit animations are kinda lame,

Bad far outweighs the good probably give it a miss unless is like $10.00 or less
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5 van de 7 mensen (71%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
270.4 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 4 oktober
For the record, this could be very good game. Soundtrack is great, graphics too. Progress of story gives motivation to continue. Fights are (mostly) enjoyable. Still, there are things in this game which make me furious.

I have game on Steam. When I launch it I must wait several minutes because Uplay must search for proxy, login and occasionaly update. Then finally game starts - and it logins to another network junk called Conflux. And now it becomes interesting. Because if you play with conflux there are additional items you can use in game. If you start game and loose internet connection orsomething similar, these saves you had are not available at all and you may start from beginning.

Multiplayer game in HOMM 5 was possible using lan network. In this game you can forget about it, only internet based multiplayer game is possible (again using conflux). Even if you want to play with someone sitting opposite of you. It doesn't sound too bad - but all attempts to play I have tried end after few turns because conflux looses connection or something similar. Multiplayer game is essentially impossible.

Singleplayer game is ok, but some maps quickly become boring. On normal difficulty setting it is common that 'level cap reached' show up while half of the map is still hidden. However important enemies are still terribly strong and armies defending gold and artifacts are usually very simple to beat (or so difficult that it doesn't make sense to fight them - all income is not enough to buy lost units back). So after promising start there is lot of sitting and waiting and buying new units each week. So far the most enjoyable game was for Haven fraction.

And finally, there are still bugs. When combat should start sometimes screen remains black and there is no way out just switch to taskmanager and kill the game. There are some workarounds mentioned in forums (change in settings of nvidia driver) but even then it is not 100% reliable. If you can make several important fights in one turn, save after every one of them!

So if you don't care about multiplayer, you like HOMM series and you see this game on sale then you may give it a try
But I am terribly dissapointed. I will try to finish the game for the story but I am putting Ubisof on my blacklist.
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8 van de 13 mensen (62%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
7.0 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 12 oktober
If you played the previous Heroes of Might & Magic games, you probably won't enjoy this game.
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5 van de 8 mensen (63%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
38.9 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 5 oktober
Unplayable glitchy piece of you know what. Frustrating beyond belief. Do not buy this game.
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1 van de 1 mensen (100%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
0.9 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 18 oktober
In game DRM makes it completely unplayable. I should see if I can get my money back..
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3 van de 5 mensen (60%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
0.2 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 6 oktober
The game does simply not work. Bought it, but the game don't recognize the fact that I've bought it. Dumbest thing I've ever witnessed. When I try to start the campaign it prompts me to "unlock" it, by buying the game.... Same goes for custom games.. Holy ♥♥♥♥.
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3 van de 5 mensen (60%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
272.9 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 25 oktober
I strongly recommend you play this game if you love turn based strategy games, RPG games, or are a sucker for a good story. Easily one of the best strategy games I have ever played (and I have played a hell of a lot!) - don't be scared of UPlay and Conflux (more on this later).

The game is at its core a Turn Based Strategy game, but also has strong RPG elements - levelling up, skill points, hero inventory, reputation points, faction variations etc.
I would strongly suggest watching some YouTube videos to see how the game plays out.
Briefly speaking you have a game map where you move your heroes around, collect various items/dynasty weapons for your hero's inventory as well as wood, ore, crystal, gold and fight neutrals. There are also various structures you can interact with which confer various bonuses, or grant units for your army etc.
On this map there are various towns and forts which you fight to capture, and once captured you build up to allow you to recruit more units, higher level units or get bonuses for your battles.

Battles involve moving stacks of units around on a grid, destroying enemy stacks in a variety of ways. There are a large variety of units in the game, roughly 7 types per faction - each with an upgraded version so really 14 per faction. Units often have special abilities, like being able to puppet enemy units to do your bidding, or charge through stacks slaughtering ally and enemy alike. All the factions have very different units so it never gets boring.

In addition to units being moved around, your heroes can also use various abilities each turn, you can unlock more by spending skill points as you level up. There are loads of hero skills split in to Might types or Magic types, and these are futher classified into many sub-groups, too many to list here, but for instance for the Magic branch you have separate skill trees for Fire, Water, Light, Dark, Earth, Air, Prime (not all are accessible for each faction)
Hero Dynasty weapons can also grant more abilities, as can items - many items come in sets (Diablo style) and wearing the full set can give you some very nice bonuses.

There are Five factions in the main game (Haven, Inferno, Sanctuary, Stronghold, Necropolis), and a Sixth faction (Dungeon) in the expansion Shades of Darkness - which I also strongly recommend you get! Each faction has completely different units, different available skill trees, faction specific abilities, reputation abilities, different game play and look very different too.

Sound and music in the game is awesome, the battle sound track is stuck in my head.
Graphics are amazing too; the detail on the maps, on the units, structures, flora is great. Even the main menu has switchable themes - all of which are great (personal favourite is the dungeon one).
The loading screens have some really nice drawings too, I had the Haven one as a wallpaper for some time.
Units have really nice animations, and even have idle animations - Dungeon's Assassin starts spinning his daggers above his head like helicopter rotor blades and gets lifted off his feet and then drops down headfirst (all an animation - has no effect on gameplay..!), Vampires start playing rock music and using their swords as an electric guitar - really shocked me the first time it happened -"where is that rock music coming from..?"

The storyline is amazing - I was eager to learn more just after the intro video!
The game is split into many different campaigns - each campaign has up to 4 missions. The core game has one tutorial campaign, and then one campaign for each of the five core factions. The expansions add four more campaigns.

The story is great but as the core campaigns all run simultaneously in the story chronology, it is possible to play one mission in one campaign and then ruin the story for yourself as you now know the outcome of another mission for another faction that you haven't played yet.

I would recommend you play the Custom games and Campaign missions in the following order:

Heart of Nightmares (Custom game accessed via the Custom game option in the main menu!), Prologue 1, Prologue 2, Stronghold 1, Sanctuary 1, Haven 1, Inferno 1, Necropolis 1, Stronghold 2, Sanctuary 2, Haven 2, Necropolis 2, Sanctuary 3, Stronghold 3, Inferno 2, Necropolis 3, Inferno 3, Sanctuary 4, Stronghold 4, Haven 3, Necropolis 4, Haven 4, Inferno 4, Epilogues, Pirates of the Savage Sea Campaign, Danse Macabre Campaign, Dungeon Campaign, Necropolis Campaign 2.

Maybe copy-paste that list into a text file somewhere and delete missions as you complete them!

The only issue some people have, is with UPlay. Upon installing the game via Steam, you may have issues launching the game. Just install the latest Uplay off the Ubisoft site, see this link: http://steamcommunity.com/app/48220/discussions/0/45350245398257355/

Another issue is that fighting neutrals can get repetitive as they are often so weak. Turn on Quick Battle in the options menu, and if you have a decent army, the battle will be resolved for you automatically.

Gameplay tips - The Reinforcements skill is the key to victory in most scenarios early on- use it on stacks that are going to attack / get attacked and you will never have any losses from your main army.

If you have other issues, just ask in the Steam Forum for the game, there are plenty of people that can help there!

I'll say it again, I strongly recommend you play this game! Or you can just wait for Heroes of Might and Magic VII which is currently in development - can vote on factions to appear in the game etc on the developer's website!
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2 van de 5 mensen (40%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
43.2 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 15 oktober
Game Finished , but i still have the impression that this game will go on 4 ever. Any way , back to the point , this game ROCKS. I recoment this game to all who played the eralier versions of heroes.
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1 van de 3 mensen (33%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
9.9 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 10 oktober
Wow. They don't tell you you need to go though something called Uplay to play this game, I thought when you purchased something it was, erm, yours to own? How odd then that they take your money, then you've got to sign up to another website to play the game. I suppose if the game were good the hassle would be worth it, but seeing as I've never seen Uplay actually work and have never been able to actually play a game through Uplay I can't tell if this one is any good. Another Steam con. It's why I never buy a full priced game and will only buy games at a couple of quid at most. I don't do thieves you see, and that's all this ♥♥♥♥ is, thievery.
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0 van de 1 mensen (0%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
102.4 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 2 oktober
Le falta muchísmo para llegar a ser un digno sucesor de la saga Heroes, HOMM3 fui mi primer vicio verdadero y el 5 tampoco estaba tan mal, y este es regular.
EL problema con este juego es el problema del cual adolecen la mayoría de los videojuegos actuales: los desarrolladores lo hacen pensando que los juegadores son estúpidos y simplifican - sobresimplifican- cosas hasta el punto que el juego es simple, la magia es simple, ahí está, desde el principio, no hay sorpresas de si vas a tener tal o cual hechizo, los materiales se reducen a ¡UNO! la verdad es que el uego decepciona al principio, pero pues al fin de cuentas cumple el objetivo, que es entretener, y lo cumple bien
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0 van de 1 mensen (0%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
11.9 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 18 oktober
Personally I find this to be the best HoMM game since the 3rd, don't really get the bad rep it got which seems to be aimed mostly towards uplay rather than the game itself, it's a shame.

Unlike HoMM 5 the maps aren't nearly as linear (which was my biggest issue with the 5th entry)

Neither have I run into too many bugs other than the camera-bug which makes me unable to look around with my mouse and having to nagivate with the arrow-keys instead (only a reboot seems to fix this from my experience) but fortunately it doesn't occure too often.

Unlike the 3rd one you don't have the whole RNG randomness of skills whenever a hero lvls up, instead you get this RPG-esque option to put out talent points into either Magic or Might. The balance doesn't seem to be all there neither, might is a far superior choice over magic from what i've seen and the factions seems to be a bit unbalanced as well. There are less resources to think about, etc. You can also not steal mines in the same way you could previously since they are all connected to the owner of the nearby town so it's a bit less micro-heavy than previously as well. For some this might be a big issue.

While the overarching story might not be anything amazing (neither was any of the previous installment's stories) I still enjoyed the campaign a great deal, playing from the different perspectives of Duke Slava's children, one for each faction.

And honestly if you are into the story that much I'd recommend going for the Might & Magic series instead.

All in all, It's a fun game if you can look past the whole double-DRM thing and some changed core features such as less resources and how the whole territory-war works.
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2 van de 6 mensen (33%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
0.1 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 17 oktober
DONT BUY THIS GAME!
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1 van de 4 mensen (25%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
59.3 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 2 oktober
Fix multiplayer..
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0 van de 4 mensen (0%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
3.4 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 2 oktober
they should have quit this franchise at 2
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0.3 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 6 oktober
Been a fan of all M&M games since the 2nd instalment...
Extremely disapointed after buying it, played a few hours just to find its not even fun...

It's very buggy, even after trying to re-install it and troubleshoot the problems, theres just too much to count.

It stutters BADLY even with high end hardware.
6 cores @ 4ghz
8 gigs ram@1800mhz
GTX 780 @ 1080mhz
Intel SSD 240gb
Win7 64bit

tried all kinds of ingame settings to no avail

forces you to be online to get all that is advertised

Uplay sux badly

i could go on but i'm done even thinking about this game.

Do NOT buy!
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3.6 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 6 oktober
Game would probably be good but its bundled with UBI software, too much of a hassle to play. Not worth the money, wish I didn't buy it. The heroes of might & magic is such a good franchise, its a shame it went to UBI to die.
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