Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements

XB360 / Action RPG / Release: Feb 12, 2008 / ESRB: M


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Dark Messiah Elements DLC Released

New Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements content is now available on the Xbox Live Marketplace, offering new weapons, maps and two singleplayer classes: Paladin and Warlock. The DLC costs 400 Microsoft Points ($5).

The Xbox 360 version of Arkane Studios' 2006 fantasy action game was released last month to mostly negative reviews.

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Dark Messiah Elements Demo Released

Newly available on the Xbox Live Marketplace this morning is a demo for Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements. The 689mb download includes single-player and multiplayer content.

Developed by Ubisoft Annecy, the Xbox 360 port of Arkane Studio's 2006 PC action/adventure game features new single-player content and additional multiplayer maps. Elements will be released February 5.

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"How does this compare to Oblivion? Just based on screenshots, they seem very similar. Is it as ..."
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Dark Messiah of Might & Magic Cast on Xbox 360

For several weeks, it has been widely known that Arkane Studios' first person PC roleplaying game Dark Messiah of Might & Magic is in development for Xbox 360. Hammering those reports home, media for the game has been available through Xbox Live Marketplace for the past week. Today, publisher Ubisoft finally officially announced Dark Messiah of Might & Magic: Elements, the Xbox 360 verison of the game due out next year. Along with the announcement came a new trailer and a round of screenshots. Elements is being developed by Ubisoft Annecy, the studio behind the multiplayer components of numerous Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell games. Original developer Arkane Studios will be contributing to the project. Today's announcement notes that Ubisoft Annecy will be refining various gameplay and design elements of the original game, as well as adding Xbox Live support and new multiplayer maps. Like its PC counterpart, Element is powered by Valve's Source engine. Ubisoft plans to ship Dark Messiah of Might & Magic: Elements for Xbox 360 in Q1 2008.

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