Clash of Heroes looks like a board game most of the time you're playing, which isn't a bad thing if you know what to expect. The characters' battle animations are awesome, plus you're rarely bored thanks to the variety of characters and new battlefields. Those cut scenes mentioned earlier provide splashy, colorful breaks in your otherwise bird's-eye view of things, and they help flesh out each character's story. The sounds of battle keep you immersed in the fantasy world of Might & Magic and you'll come to love (or hate, if it's used against you) the sound of an elite or champion unit preparing for the attack. Our only gripe was that in some cases, it is hard to discern the color of certain units. Because color is a huge part of forming strategic attacks, it's annoying to see some characters with only tiny swatches of color. Thankfully, this is only true for a few units, so it's not a big issue.