Which M&M do you like best?

The role-playing games (I-X) that started it all and the various spin-offs (including Dark Messiah).

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Postby Marzhin » Aug 7 2006, 14:21

World of Xeen (MM 4 & 5) is one of my favourite RPG's ever, and in terms in Might and magic games it is followed by MM 6 & 7.

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Postby Jeska » Aug 7 2006, 22:18

Alamar wrote:Sometimes I waver but for now I'm thinking:

1. World of Xeen [4 & 5 combined]
2. MM3 [my first]
3. MM7 [the closest tribute to MM3-5]

I have a higher rating for those M&M games where I controlled a castle or town and [of course] where my choices seemed to matter which explains why MM7 is high on the list.

Same rankings with same reasons.

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Postby MistWeaver » Aug 8 2006, 21:41

My first one was "Swords of Xeen" It wasnt created by NWC, but it used MM5 game engine with all its grafics and game mechanics. I liked it very much. Then I played World of Xeen, and I must say it is one of the best rpg I ever played. From the rest I realy enjoyed mm8.

ps: Anyone who has problems runnig old MMs - try DosBox. Works perfect.

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Postby Magnus » Aug 12 2006, 14:56

My firts was MM6, so I like it at most.
but I've played only 6,7,8,9
the fourth of fifth part I only tried and it looks strange to me, it was old-looking and I missed too many things I was used to
I know it is because I start with mm6 but the previous epizodes looks prehistorical :)

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Postby BoardGuest808888 » Aug 16 2006, 12:29

I like the 7th most. 8th come next

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Postby Corozivu » Aug 17 2006, 17:29

No doubt about it MM VII is the best of them all. Although it's very easy for me now (finished it 17-18 times, i've tried almost every combination). All I need to finish the game easily is a priest nothing else.

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Postby Magnus » Aug 17 2006, 20:19

Corozivu wrote:No doubt about it MM VII is the best of them all.


sry, that is ******** :)
MM7 is the worst, the shortest and the most boring
but MM6 or MM8, that's another story :proud:

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Postby Corozivu » Aug 18 2006, 10:31

Magnus wrote:
Corozivu wrote:No doubt about it MM VII is the best of them all.


sry, that is ******** :)
MM7 is the worst, the shortest and the most boring
but MM6 or MM8, that's another story :proud:


First of all nothing can make me change my mind
Second MMVI has that experience bug along with the 10000 gold bug ruins the whole game. MMVI contains "material" for 2 separate games. I loved it but don't get me wrong, but MMVII rulezz
And MMVIII well I just didn't like it. The plot was childish and the dragon makes this game way too easy.

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Postby Paladin » Aug 25 2006, 10:43

Magnus wrote:The plot was childish and the dragon makes this game way too easy.

You don't have to use a dragon, you know. :creative:
A cat is fine too...


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