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Dark Messiah of Might & Magic

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Discover a new breed of Action-RPG game powered by an enhanced version of the Source™ Engine by Valve. Set in the Might & Magic® universe, players will experience ferocious combat in a dark and immersive fantasy environment. Swords, Stealth, Sorcery. Choose your way to kill.
Cutting-edge technology: Experience an enhanced version of the famous Source™ Engine created by Valve. Discover the fresh perspective of a view with complete body awareness, realistic movements, physics rendering, and a complete first-person melee combat system in a fantasy setting.
Never-ending action: Challenge the forces of evil in 12 huge levels and learn to master over 30 weapons and an arsenal of devastating spells.
Evolve your character: Extend your gameplay experience without being limited to a single discipline. Learn powerful new spells and attacks using Dark Messiah's unique Skill Evolution System as you progress through the game.
Revolutionary multiplayer mode: Get ready to battle with up to 32 players in the revolutionary Crusade mode, which will enable players to gain experience and new skills across dynamic online campaigns. Enlist with the humans or the undead and choose among five complementary character classes. © 2006 Ubisoft Entertainment. All Rights Reserved. Dark Messiah, Might and Magic, Ubisoft and the Ubisoft logo are trademarks of Ubisoft Entertainment in the U.S. and/or other countries. Developed by Arkane Studios.

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Arkane Studios
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Kuju Entertainment
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FloodGate Entertainment
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Ubisoft Entertainment
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.darkmessiahmightandmagic.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum: AMD Athlon™, Pentium® 2.4 GHz, 512MB RAM, 128MB video card, 7GB HDD Space, Windows XP, Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection

Recommended: AMD Athlon™, Pentium® 3.0 GHz, 256mb dx9 video card, 7GB HDD Space, Windows XP, Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection

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        Microsoft from Deutsch
        Outstanding Game. Every now and then I get the Dark Messiah out again and play it again, simply because it was gameplay technically very well thought out. I recently learned that there are even mods for it (see the Nexus Page on Dark Messiah, or the "Ultimate Edition" from the Steam guides to the Game), and they are mostly well thought out. As a result, a few Things like your own weapon models can be graphically refreshed, or made more Balance-technically logical, and thus allow for a different Experience. For me at least 9.5/10, apart from its (relatively minor) signs of Aging. Half a point Deduction because of source engine.
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        Since I was already so enthusiastic about Arx Fatalis, I chose this unofficial Successor. This is a Story based on the Events of the Heroes of Might & Magic series. Without elaborating on them ... I can really recommend this Game. It's not a classic RPG; Where you collect and sell Items, for example, but an Action Game, which, however, contains many Elements of a Role-playing game. So there are the classical Classes (Magicians, Villains, Shooters, warriors), which already existed at Arx Fatalis, and can also be freely combined with Each other. This is an Aspect that has already come into Its own In the Elder Scrolls series, but Dark Messiah of & Magic offers more in Terms of Combat. You can determine how the Weapon should strike. It is possible to kick Opponents off the Cliff. And even that take and throw objects is possible. Physically, the Game can even be measured with current Titles! In addition, the many secret Rooms are worth mentioning, some of which can only be found by Reading Books. The Implementation of the Story, however, was, in my Opinion, a bit ridiculous. (Attention Spoilers!!!) Xana is an evil Demon. That was clear to me almost from the Beginning ... Here I found (Attention again spoilers, but in another Game!!!) Divinity 2: Ego Draconi'S much more successful. But I don't want to write any more about it ... (Spoiler End) The Atmosphere, however, makes the whole thing good again. It reminds me of Arx Fatalis in almost all sorts of Respects, which makes a certain Nostalgia Bonus a good Thing. That'S why I recommend that everyone have played through this Game beforehand. The Sounds are alternately Ambient and Epic, and matching almost Perfect to the Game. Many Plot elements in the Story run also have Arx Fatalis traits (entering a Crypt, for example). It must be mentioned, however, that the Game is still markedly different enough from Arx Fatalis. It should not be forgotten that this is an Action Game where you almost continuously follow the "Commands" of Xana. Really negative (in addition to the Implementation of the Story) are actually just a Few Crashes. In addition, the Master Servers are unfortunately already switched off, which is why I could only enter the Multiplayer in empty Steam Server Rooms ... That is why a Multiplayer verdict is issued. Overall, the Game scores mainly through the Atmosphere and the Combat System, and that's Worth it.
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