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Written by BuckGB
Mastertronic fired over a press release this morning announcing plans to release a bundle pack that will include the first five Heroes of Might and Magic titles and their expansions, and, to our surprise, it's already due for release later this week.
Heroes of Might & Magic® Complete to be published by Mastertronic
Mastertronic announces the first five Heroes of Might & Magic ® will be available to buy as a collection for PC on 21st April 2011
Mastertronic, UK’s leading independent publisher of computer and video games, today announced the release of Heroes of Might & Magic Complete under license from Ubisoft®. The Heroes of Might & Magic Complete collection offers superb value, bringing together the first five Heroes of Might & Magic titles, plus seven add-ons and expansion packs.
Mastertonic’s Product Director Neil McKenna said: “The Heroes of Might and Magic series has been around for more than 15 years and continues to prove popular with strategy gamers old and new. This collection gives gamers a chance to buy the first five Heroes of Might & Magic titles with seven add-ons in one affordable package. That’s literally hundreds of hours of video game enjoyment available for the price of a single game. The collection offers excellent value to those new to the series and to gamers who would like to pick up a collection of Heroes of Might & Magic titles.”
In the Heroes of Might & Magic collection players take control of armies of mythical creatures and fight through a vast kingdom of magicians and demons. The game is based on popular turn-based strategy mechanics. Players take control of a variety of fantasy themed armies, battling various characters and creatures in great battles of Heroes of Might & Magic.
Heroes of Might & Magic: A Strategic Quest
In the first title of the series, players are challenged to conquer new lands in the first venture into the virtual world of Hereos of Might & Magic. Warlords have risen to test leadership and tactics, as players carefully manage their resources, gather armies and recruit heroes as they strive for victory. Lord Morglin Ironfist is forced to flee his homeland through a magical portal, because his cousin, Ragnar, had usurped the throne after his uncle, Ragnar's father, killed Ironfist's father, the legitimate owner of the throne. He finds himself along with his few followers in a strange and uncharted land, called Enroth.
Heroes of Might & Magic II: The Succession Wars
Featuring twenty scenarios of challenging gameplay, this opus offers players the opportunity to use powerful spells to wipe out enemies, build massive armies and fight to the last man in epic battles. Lord Ironfist is dead and the kingdom is plunged into a vicous civil war by his feuding sons. At stake is the ultimate prize: control of the land and the royal thrown.
Heroes of Might & Magic III: The Restoration of Erathia, with expansion packs Armageddon’s Blade and The Shadow of Death
When Erathia’s King is murdered, his daughter Queen Catherine Ironfist returns to her homeland to discover that her father’s kingdom has been invaded. Catherine becomes the one and only hope for victory and a return of prosperity in Erathia. Recruit your heroes, prepare your spells, and fight to restore her family’s rightful reign.
Heroes of Might & Magic IV, with expansion packs The Gathering Storm and Winds of War
The story of Heroes of Might & Magic IV unfolds through the game's six campaigns. Each of the campaigns centers on a faction leader, and tells the story of how that leader came to prominence. Choose from eleven classes of Hero, five schools of Magic and eighteen adventure-filled campaigns, with multiplayer battles available via LAN and internet.
Heroes of Might & Magic V, with expansion packs Hammers of Fate and Tribes of the East
An unexpected demon invasion interrupts the wedding of King Nicolai of the Griffin Empire and Lady Isabel, and soon the forces of the Griffin Empire are at war with the demons of Sheogh. Heroes of Might & Magic V challenges players to master 6 factions and more than 80 creatures and lead them into intense tactical combats with both turn-based and new dynamic battle system introducing real time decisions. Rage into five multiplayer modes including Ghost mode which allows you to play during the enemies turn or the Duel mode where only the most cunning prevail.
The Heroes of Might & Magic Complete collection will be available to buy for PC on 21st April 2011.