Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes is one of my favorite puzzle role-playing games. I loved it on the DS. I loved it on Xbox Live Arcade. I've got it for my PC. This week the game finally arrived on iOS, and I grabbed it immediately.
Capy, makers of Critter Crunch, Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes and Sword & Sworcery, wish you a happy holidays with plenty of presents puked under the Christmas tree.
Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, the Nintendo DS strategy-RPG that went under-appreciated—and under-purchased—by too many last year, is getting a second chance on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network in 2010. How's it looking?
Just as it did with its colorful puzzle game Critter Crunch, Capybara Games' Might & Magic: Clash Of Heroes is getting the high-definition once-over, making the jump from Nintendo DS to PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade later this year.
I don't care what any style magazine says — green only goes with orange when you're vomiting or when you're lining up elven archers for an attack in Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes.
The hazy period between Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett's untimely ends and the celebration of
our great nation's birthday was dominated by two game companies that couldn't be more different.
The Might & Magic series is more commonly associated with hardcore role-playing game or turn-based strategy combat – but Ubisoft is going for another reboot of the series with Clash of Heroes.
Ubisoft does Puzzle Quest with Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, a manga-styled puzzle role-playing game hybrid coming to the Nintendo DS this August.