Ordinarily, this would be easy. Heroes of Might and Magic III is a turn-based strategy classic, which landed in 1999 and is still held up as one of the best examples of its style: heroes and their armies exploring fantasy maps, finding treasure, fighting in tactical battles, and upgrading towns to churn out bigger and better armies. Its a mix of strategy and a few basic RPG like mechanics thats easily picked up, but with enough breadth and depth for both one-more-turn casual play and long-term mastery. It holds up far better than most strategy games of its era, which should make this HD version an easy victory and a nostalgic treat.
Instead, its hard to recommend anyone buy it. The redrawn graphics are okay, if nothing particularly special, but theres a problem. The original version of HOMMIII is already available on GOG.COM, and fans have long since modded it to run at modern desktop resolutions.