Latest Humble Bundle Packs Together A Ridiculous Amount Of Might and Magic

Written by Stuart Thomas on Wed, Apr 29, 2015 10:20 AM
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The latest Humble Bundle has gone live, this time focusing on pretty much the entirety of the Might & Magic series. Everyone is covered here from the beardiest series around, including Heroes of Might & Magic, Might & Magic Collection, Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, and the promise of more to come.

I’m not sure of the exact figures, but the Humble Might & Magic Bundle no doubt contains an absolutely ridiculous amount of gameplay for those looking to invest. A number of these titles are no doubt showing their age, but hardened dungeon crawlers would do well to at least have a glimpse of gaming past.

The princely sum of $1 will net you Might & Magic 1 through 6, Heroes of Might & Magic II: Gold Edition, Heroes of Might & Magic IV: Complete Edition, and a Might & Magic Heroes Online Angel Starter Pack. If you’re new to the series, Heroes of M&M is turn-based strategy series, while vanilla Might & Magic is a first-person dungeon crawlers. M&M Heroes Online meanwhile is a slightly suspect MMO.

Paying more than the average, which is currently an unusually high $11.91, will get you Heroes of Might & Magic V, Might & Magic Heroes VI, the pretty great Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, and Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, with the promise of more games to come.

The final $15 tier has a few surprises, including last year’s Might & Magic X - Legacy alongside its DLC, Heroes of Might & Magic 3, Might & Magic Heroes VI, and a Might & Magic Duel of Champions starter pack - an online collectible card game.

In truth there’s probably a bit too much M&M to deal with here, but if you’re looking to pad out your collection of classic TBS and RPGs then it could be a worthwhile pick-up. Will you be grabbing this bundle?

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01:33 Apr-30-2015

Most of them are for Uplay. No thanks.

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04:02 Apr-30-2015

Agreed. I personally prefer to buy all classics on GOG these days anyway, even modern ones. No DRM FTW!

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00:32 Apr-30-2015

Thanks!

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15:22 Apr-29-2015

Dark Messiah of Might & Magic is the best first person combat rpg around but it does not belong the Might & Magic series. It is not a dungeon crawler. Are you sure that game is included? If it is. I highly recommend it.

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13:04 Apr-29-2015

I would support Humble Bundle again, but almost every game is for Uplay :/

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