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Might & Magic X - Legacy Deluxe Edition
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After a decade, a Might & Magic® RPG is back with both the unique core formula and a new set of improved and fine-tuned features. The best RPG of its class!

In the wake of the spectacular events in Might & Magic® Heroes® VI, you will play in a party of four adventurers entangled in intrigue and political machinations unfolding in and around Karthal. The city, on the verge of secession, is prey to competing factions vying for its control. Your actions will determine the fate of the city.

Might & Magic® X Legacy is an authentic solo experience in the classic first-person RPG genre. Create and lead your group into an exciting open world and battle mythical powerful creatures while collecting ancient magical treasures!

The Deluxe Edition includes:

EXCLUSIVE DUNGEON WHEN IT RELEASES: THE DREAM SHARD
Explore the Dream Shard dungeon and pursue your quests in the Agyn Peninsula!

FIRST DLC: THE FALCON AND THE UNICORN
Deluxe Edition owners will get to enjoy the game’s very first DLC called the Falcon and the Unicorn for free when it releases.

DIGITAL SOUNDTRACK
Get the Might & Magic X – Legacy official soundtrack on audio CD and listen to thirteen unique compositions from the acclaimed duo of composers, Roc Chen and Jason Graves.
  • Dive into vintage Might & Magic® - Discover an authentic franchise that defined early PC RPG gaming in the 80s! This classic and timeless RPG has returned after eleven years of waiting and has been adapted to today’s standards while respecting yesterday’s expectations. Old school, new rules!
  • Create your party - Take control of a team of four adventurers chosen among four different races. Twelve classes are available, each one having their own skill system. Thousands of combinations are possible!
  • Forge your own tactics - Through a turn-based gameplay system, defeat creatures and unique bosses and accomplish unique quests, level up your group and gain new powerful artifacts.
  • Discover a new part of Ashan - Explore the Agyn Peninsula – a totally new, unexplored environment in the Might & Magic universe. Get familiar with its epic wilderness and meet the locals who pack quite a few surprises…
  • Explore twisted dungeons - Make your way through dangerous dungeons, cities, and labyrinths full of traps, and solve puzzles and riddles to rack your brain! Beware: You never know what’s hiding around the corner!
  • Explore twisted dungeons - Build your own adventure and quests and share them with the community. The legacy is yours!
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Mac OS X10.7.3Download the Mac Game Store App to compare your Mac requirements in real-time.

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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU Cores2
CPU Speed3.2 GHz
System RAM4 GB
Drive Space11 GB
Video RAM512 MB
Video (ati)ATI Radeon HD 5670 *
Unsupported Video Cards: ATI Radeon X1300, ATI Radeon X1600, ATI Radeon X1900 XT, ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT, ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro, ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT, ATI Radeon HD 4670, ATI Radeon HD 4850, ATI Radeon HD 4870
Video (nvidia)NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT *
Unsupported Video Cards: NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500, NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600, NVIDIA GeForce Go 7300, NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT, NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS
Video (intel)Intel HD Graphics 5000 *
Unsupported Video Cards: Intel GMA 900, Intel GMA 950, Intel GMA X3100, Intel HD Graphics, Intel HD Graphics 3000, Intel HD Graphics 4000
Important Notes:
  • Optional Steam Key provided with purchase. Not required.
  1. A fantastic hardcore RPG
    by LtPaulo, Ireland - Aug 3rd 2014

    Turn-based, grid-mapped, awesome. Great sense of adventure and exploration. Classes feel distinct and character progression is satisfying.

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  2. Good game but...
    by PACKATK, USA - Jul 10th 2014

    Kind of glitchy. The game likes to lock up when you move from world map to dungeon. Certain areas I couldn't get into because the game would freeze. I figured out a work around (decline entering then try again worked every time), just seems in this day and age this shouldn't happen.

    I love the old-school feel to the game. I hate talking to merchants/quest givers cause the frame rates are so low that it feels like the game's about to crash.

    All in all a good game the pluses out weight the minuses.

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  3. Fantastic Throwback Game
    by Fael, USA - Jul 10th 2014

    I think I love this game. Although it might just be Stockholm syndrome. There are certainly times when it seems to want you to hate it, like when you get to the endgame and discover that if you don't have at least one character who can cast the lowest level fire spells from their spellbook (not scrolls), the game is unwinnable. And yet, I just can't make myself do it.

    This is unabashedly a 90s-style dungeon crawl, making only the most minimal concessions to modern gaming aesthetics. It's the usual 4 characters stand in a line and choose combat maneuvers combat system of the era and, yeah, after 30 or 40 hours it does start to wear a bit thin. But there's just enough variety in enemies and your own abilities to make it work. The combat movement system is silly and simplistic, but making its limitations work for you is part of the fun and challenge of combat. There are the usual ton of puzzles. And, as usual, some of them are a fun and challenging and some seem designed specifically to make the game as unpleasent as possible to play (I'm looking at you, knock spots!). Fortunately, this is the 21st century and there are plenty of detailed walk-throughs available online to provide hints or hold your hand through the ones that aren't any fun to figure out on your own.

    There are some concessions to modernity. There's no encumbrance and your pack size is large enough not to be limiting until near the end of the game, when you have enough money that you don't have to haul all your loot back to town to sell, anyway. And yes, I did say "enough money." Like most such games, at the beginning you're struggling to save enough to pay for skill trainers. But then a funny thing happens. By the mid-game, you actually have enough money to get all your skills and spells and still buy the occasional magic item from the shops. And by the end, you have so much money you can walk into any shop in the kingdom and buy anything you want without even glancing at the price. Yes, shops you can actually afford to buy from! Even better, your mages actually have the mana to use their spells! Yes, it depeletes and doesn't auto-regen. But the shops have an infinitely regenerating supply of mana potions and, by the mid-game, you'll have the cash to buy as many as you need. So, unlike many games, your casters don't spend all game hitting things with their swords so they can save their precious spell points for the boss fights.

    It's big, too. I'm not sure about replay value (there's 12 classes and you can only play four per game, so that's enough for three play-throughs with completely different parties — but I think I'd want a pretty long break before wanting to face it a second time). But, even if you play it obsessively, it'll take you weeks to finish. I didn't count my hours, but it was somewhere in the 40-60 range. So, even if you pay full price, that's $1 per hour or less.

    My big complaint would be the graphics. I don't agree with the other reviewers' complaints about them looking cheesy. I thought they were well done and fit the tone of the game well. But, as is so often the problem, they appear to have been made in a windowless room with the lights off and it seems not to have ocurred to the designers that someone might try to play during daylight hours in a room with natural light. Fortunatelly, they at least have a gamma adjustment slider, but it only does so much good. You also definitely need to read the discussion thread about using 32-bit mode to avoid crashes.

    If you loved this kind of game back in the 90s and have been wanting to play one again, this is your game. If you came to RPGs via Dragon Age and are looking for something that feels like it was made in the 21st century, you've come to the wrong place. But I loved it. Despites its best efforts to the contrary.

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