Ubisoft has moved the release date for Dark Messiah of Might & Magic: Elements, moving it back a few weeks to 7th December.

Elements is the 360 port of the PC fantasy action game from 2006, which scored an admirable 8/10 here. It adds to the Source-powered blend from last year with three new levels, Live integration for up to 10 people, and a handful of new maps to play on.

You should also find it works well on a pad, with a little help from some lock-on aiming - and levels have been fiddled around with so they play a little more smoothly.

Ubisoft also said it would be joined at launch by the Wii version of Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30, the excellent World War II shooter from Gearbox Software. Pop over to our original Xbox review to find out why we've got our eye on it.

Other movers and shakers in the latest release schedule were Blazing Angels: Secret Missions of World War II on PC, which slipped from this Friday to next Friday - alongside the slightly delayed Heroes of Might & Magic V expansion Tribes of the East, which will now be available on 12th October.

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