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Our resident handheld reviewer, James Cottee, has been diving into the reimagined Might and Magic universe with Ubi's latest instalment, Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes, infiltrating Nintendo's DS handheld.

Taking turn-based combat and borrowed ideas from the likes of Fire Emblem and Advance Wars, Clash of Heroes also offers a few unique tricks of its own to really open up the tactical side of gameplay, which should excite fans of the aforementioned titles.

Click here for James' full review run-down.

We also have a new video for the game you can watch embedded below:




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