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Might and Magic

Might and Magic (TGCD) game cover art
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JP
01/24/1992

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Staff Reviews

Might and Magic review

Reviewed September 08, 2007

Zigfried says: "Might and Magic is an easy game to recommend, but not in this particular format. NEC clearly wanted to expand on the game's main storyline, they clearly wanted to infuse the epic gameplay with a presentation to match, but — either through lack of time or lack of competence — the cinematics come across as laughable bookends rather than meaningful additions."
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