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Might and Magic Heroes VI (Microsoft Windows) - Overview
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Developer

Black Hole Games

Genre

Role-Playing

Release Dates

10/13/11 Ubisoft
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10/14/11 Ubisoft

Community Stats

Owners: 136
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 1
Now Playing: 2

Summary

Lead a family of heroes in a thrilling, epic story where Angels plot to revive an unfinished war. A legendary Archangel General, killed during the war of the Elder races, is resurrected. Under the cover of preparations for an upcoming Demon invasion, he plots to recover his powers and take control of the world while eradicating his ancient enemies. He underestimates, however, the power of the all-too-human Griffin dynasty.

As a new addition to the Might & Magic™ franchise, the new M&M Heroes VI blends turn-based strategy & RPG elements to offer the award-winning M&M Heroes strategy system with a new graphic engine and new storyline to M&M fans and newcomers.

Key Features
Enjoy the Critically Acclaimed Heroes Gameplay - Remastered by developer Black Hole, and in close partnership with the franchise's numerous fans.

Experience the Unique Mix of Turn-Based Strategy and RPG - Explore extra-large adventure maps, collect tons of resources and build extraordinary cities. Perfect your tactics to level-up your heroes, recruit troops and ready them for combat!

Shape Your Destiny - Lead the Heroes of the Griffin dynasty through an intriguing scenario. Choose your path, assume your choices and customize your gaming experience thanks to a brand new reputation system.

Rediscover the Richness of the Might & Magic Universe - Discover fantastic landscapes and creatures from the world of Ashan. Enjoy improved 3D designs and an exclusive new bestiary.

Share with the Community - Post content and compete with your friends using a new and intelligent online community interface.

 

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Sales History

Total Sales
0.00m
Japan
0.15m
NA
0.14m
Europe
0.05m
Others
0.34m
Total
1 n/a 13,634 3,735 2,971 20,340
2 n/a 8,939 12,596 4,485 26,020
3 n/a 9,542 12,690 6,125 28,357
4 n/a 7,161 13,185 5,955 26,301
5 n/a 3,723 7,106 3,210 14,039
6 n/a 2,331 5,589 2,460 10,380
7 n/a 3,017 3,808 1,878 8,703
8 n/a 2,011 6,320 2,731 11,062
9 n/a 2,017 8,981 3,776 14,774
10 n/a 1,969 8,775 3,654 14,398

Opinion (49)

luisliu posted 17/02/2012, 01:55
Heroes VI is a huge disappointment on my part. Strategic aspects that used to define Heroes are now so simplified that I consider it an insult towards HoMM series. Maybe that's why it's now called MMH. Identical character development trees show that this game lacks too much in strategical design department and guarantee that we'll never see unique heroes like the ones in HOMMIII and HOMMV. I think that the game is ironically a waste of money for a Heroes fan like me. New generation King's Bounty games put this one to shame.
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zuvuyeay posted 08/02/2012, 08:05
i bought it a few weeks ago,i love tbs battlefields,i haven't played a pc game of heroes before though,i'm enjoying it,"I AM THE DUKE NOW "
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naruball posted 21/01/2012, 01:44
I know I will. It's my favourite franchise and I'd love to see a Heroes VII or at least an expansion for VI.
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nilli posted 23/11/2011, 10:07
Oh many pc gamers gave a crap but like every other game they got it for free.
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Noodlefighter posted 15/11/2011, 05:07
After heroes 3 I don't think many PC gamer will give a crap that it's the last game
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Calm101 posted 14/11/2011, 02:35
Strategy games are PC games reserved for people who truly appreciate games of quality. If i was the developer of this game, i would be happy that the people who bought it actually appreciated it, even if the sales are less than many games. I think this is a concept you and many others don't understand, but given how you act at your age, i think you'll never really understand anything gaming, let alone life..
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