Magic & Mayhem Review and Specs

Magic and Mayhem is a very good and challenging game. It is an RPG strategy game with an abnormal combat system. You play as a wizard who is trying to overthrow an evil overlord. You control this wizard like you would a unit in, say, StarCraft, (i.e. strategy game.) However, your wizard can learn spells including ones that can summon new creatures for you. THis is a very well done innonative game that requires some time. There are often levels where you will be stuck and may get frustrated for a while. However, chances are, when you beat the level, you will get an object that can be used to create new spells.

Verdict: 90/100

System Requirements
Minimum CPU Type: Pentium
Minimum CPU Speed: 133 MHz
Minimum RAM Required: 32 MB
Minimum Hard Disk Space: 100 MB
Graphics Type: SVGA
Graphics Resolution: 640×480
Color Depth: 256 Colors

Metal Gear Solid – 1998

After an eight-year absence, Solid Snake would return to tactical espionage action with aplomb. David Hayter would give a voice to Snake and the power of Sony’s fi rst-born would move Snake into a new dimension. MGS saw Snake return to the frontlines and face off against a new terrorist troupe of megalomaniac nutcases threatening to strike a nuclear attack on the world. MGS would also launch the franchise into the mainstream, and Kojima to stardom. What impresses most about this reboot of the MGS franchise is the script (although, from here on in it seems Kojima relies heavily on Deus ex Machina to tie plot elements together in the series), which is filled with intelligent dialogue spoken by non-cheesy voiceovers and loaded with cinematic and emotive cut-scenes.