When PC players ordered the limited edition of Might & Magic Heroes VII, they expected a physical copy of the game and soundtrack, as advertised. But for some players, there was a cruel surprise: an empty hole where the DVD and CD should have been.
Over the last day or so, complaints have cropped up from players who’ve been trying to play the latest installment of the long-lived Might & Magic series. Users have turned to the game’s official Ubisoft message boards and Steam forums to vent, citing missing music, corrupt installation files and game freezes that…
It's been over a decade since we last saw a proper single-player, first-person PC Might & Magic game. That's far too long. Thankfully Ubisoft and developer Limbic Entertainment agree, and Might & Magic X Legacy is on its way.
Might & Magic Heroes VI's unique faction system asks players to spend points in either Tears of Blood, unlocking special powers and abilities for their dedication. Here's a glimpse at the awesome power awaiting the devotees of Blood.
We now have the culmination of last week's tease-of-a-teaser. Here is the Gamescom 2011 trailer for Might and Magic Heroes VI, establishing the game's appropriately epic struggle. We've got brother against sister, glowing undead and giant insectoid witches, even the Wilhelm scream.
Something is stirring in the world of Might and Magic, and all we have to work on is this teaser trailer, which appeared earlier today on the game's Facebook page. What does it mean?
Ubisoft chairman Yves Guillemot told a group of investors and industry executives in New York today that the publisher of Assassin's Creed is developing games in new genres for the company, including RPGs, sports, music, and fighting games.