Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honor (1999)

Video Game  |  Fantasy  |  1 May 1999 (USA)
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Credited cast:
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21 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A very intelligent game. The story follows four heroes who win a contest to be the rulers of a town called Harmondale. These heroes must arbitrate and choose the path of Good or Evil, of Light or Dark. They must decide whether to support Gavin Magnus of Celeste and the Light side, or to fight for Ironfist, ruler of The Pit. The plot line is plausible and fun, there is little gore and no nudity or profanity, making this an ideal children's game. it definitely was a staple of mine. the highlights of the game are definitely the (1)music, which sets the tone for each city, castle, or cavern that the heroes enter into, and (2) Arcomage. This is the highly addicting card game that the heroes can play in each town's tavern after finding a deck with which to play. There are a number of different classes for your heroes to be. they can be fighters, such as Knights, Paladins, or Archers, or spellcasters, like Clerics, Sorcerers, or Druids, or another miscellaneous class, such as Thief or Monk. There are quite a few spells that can be learned and a plethora of weapons that can be attained. There are even some unexpected modernized weapons that are given to the heroes for the final task. While this isn't the best game ever made, or the highest budget game, it is thoroughly enjoyable and probably the most fun i've ever had playing a computer game 10/10

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