DescriptionFor over a thousand years, the races of the Ancients and the Kreegans were waging an interstellar war. Eventually, the heroes of the planet Enroth and their allies managed to stop the invading Kreegans. However, the Ancients would rather see an entire world annihilated than let it fall into the hands of their sworn enemies. A planeswalker named Escaton, serving the Ancients, arrives on the continent of Jadame and unleashes a great storm, damaging the borders to Elemental Planes. Terrifying creatures begin to invade Enroth. Unexpectedly, the fate of the world lies in the hands of a lowly caravan guard from Dagger Wound Islands.
Day of the Destroyer is the eighth installment in the Might and Magic series, and a sequel to For Blood and Honor. The game's engine is virtually unchanged from the one used in the sixth game, apart from a few minor tweaks. The biggest difference from all the previous games in the series is the player's inability to create an entire party. Instead, the player generates one character, while the others at first act as NPCs in the game world and must be recruited. The active party can hold up to five characters. Instead of the traditional classes, the differentiation of the characters is mainly manifested in their races, which include, among others, minotaurs, vampires, and dark elves. The player can also choose to ally with different factions and complete different quests for them.
- "魔法門 VIII 毀天滅地" -- Chinese spelling (traditional)
- "Меч и Магия VIII: Эпоха Разрушителя" -- Russian spelling
- "マイトアンドマジック デイ・オブ・ザ・デストロイヤー" -- Japanese spelling
Part of the Following Groups
- Fantasy Creatures: Trolls
- Gameplay feature: Aging
- Gameplay feature: Alchemy
- Gameplay feature: Character development - Skill distribution
- Gameplay feature: Hunting
- Gameplay feature: Paper doll inventory
- Might and Magic series
- Might and Magic universe
|A minotaur, a dragon, and a lich walk into a bar...||Oleg Roschin (181732)|
|Unfairly ignored because of a dated engine||András Gregorik (65)|
|GameSpot (Belgium/Netherlands)||Jul 05, 2000||85 out of 100||85|
|GameSpy||Apr 11, 2000||75 out of 100||75|
|Gry OnLine||Dec 21, 2000||7 out of 10||70|
|Computer Games Magazine||Mar 15, 2000||70|
|IGN||Mar 22, 2000||6.5 out of 10||65|
|Power Unlimited||Jun, 2000||6 out of 10||60|
|GameStar (Germany)||Apr, 2000||59 out of 100||59|
|Privat Computer PC||2000||55 out of 100||55|
|incite PC Gaming||Jun, 2000||40|
|Game Revolution||Apr 01, 2000||D||25|
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German versionThe German Art Edition (see cover section) is a fraud. It was the first and normal German box release, the art booklet is normal content of the US-version, and this Art Edition wasn't limited - no other first German box release exists.
Related Web Sites
- 3DO Company Homepage (All the Products Of 3DO including Might and Magic Series are available here)
- Faqs and walkthrough (posted on gamefaqs.com)
- Hints for MM8 (Hints arranged to give you subtle clues before final solutions are revealed. Help you solve the game yourself.)
- Wikipedia Entry (Information on Might and Magic VIII: Day of the Destroyer in the free online encyclopedia: Wikipedia.)