Dark Messiah Might & Magic (NA)

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Discover a new breed of Action-RPG game powered by an enhanced version of the Source™ Engine by Valve. Set in the Might & Magic® universe, players will experience ferocious combat in a dark and immersive fantasy environment. Swords, Stealth, Sorcery. Choose your way to kill.

Key Features:

  • Cutting-edge technology:

    Experience an enhanced version of the famous Source™ Engine created by Valve. Discover the fresh perspective of a view with complete body awareness, realistic movements, physics rendering, and a complete first-person melee combat system in a fantasy setting.

  • Never-ending action:

    Challenge the forces of evil in 12 huge levels and learn to master over 30 weapons and an arsenal of devastating spells.

  • Evolve your character:

    Extend your gameplay experience without being limited to a single discipline. Learn powerful new spells and attacks using Dark Messiah's unique Skill Evolution System as you progress through the game.

  • Revolutionary multiplayer mode:

    Get ready to battle with up to 32 players in the revolutionary Crusade mode, which will enable players to gain experience and new skills across dynamic online campaigns. Enlist with the humans or the undead and choose among five complementary character classes.

Customer reviews


Some good first-person violence to be had!

radenthefridge | March 27, 2014 | See all radenthefridge's reviews »

I enjoyed my time here. First person kicking, fighting, climbing, and magic are pretty fun, and I know this game is old enough that FPS without guns wasn't very common. The story didn't win any awards, but you're here to kick orcs in the face and fight dragons anyways. Any decent rig today will be able to max out the settings on this, and things won't look half-bad. I actually ran this on a dual-core with 4GB RAM on a laptop, and it was playable!

The game isn't too long, and sometimes not too challenging (at least on normal), but you'll enjoy your time here.