Excerpt: Dark Legends is Spacetime Studio's newest hit game. The new MMORPG takes on a whole new story and look. Rather than adventuring through a magical fantasy land like in Pocket Legends or blasting your way through futuristic and outer space environments in Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles , Dark...
Excerpt: When this first popped up on my radar, I was ready to give it a pass. It looked like a Facebook RPG where to get into the higher levels you had to pour real cash into it to have any hope of doing much of anything.
Excerpt: System Requirements Windows Me/2000/XP 1.3GHz CPU 512MB RAM 64MB 3D graphics card 2.5GB free space DX 8.1 Sound GT Legends is a unique racing game that allows you to race older 60’s and 70’s classic cars. It’s made by the makers of GTR. The physics and sound effects are quite realistic too.
Summary: The racing is solid, but this game's just not all that groovy.
Pros: A spunky soundtrack with vibrant 60's colours to give that unique ambience games need; everything is modeled extremely well, especially interior wise; textures on and around cars are spectacular; quite a bit of content if you wish to go ahead with higher difficulties or collect the 90+ cars.
Cons: That same soundtrack is about 6 tracks; possibility for eye-catching cut-scenes is non-existent; slightly less realistic than we hoped for; mostly lacking in damage; gameplay gets very dry, very quick.
Excerpt: Last summer, developer SimBin came out of nowhere with the release of GTR. After my initial disappointment with the way the Gran Turismo series was going, the release of GTR was a breath of fresh air, combining a realistic simulation experience with the accessibility of an arcade racer.
Summary: GT Legends , a racing simulation based on classic 60 's and 70 's muscle cars, will most likely go down in my personal history as the best racing game that I 've ever hated passionately. Wow, there are two pretty strong sentiments in that statement, so I guess I had better explain.
Excerpt: GT Legends takes the gameplay essentials of GTR and throws them into the golden era of racing: the 1960's and 70's. With a steep learning curve and a perplexing lack of information about how to race (even in the manual), GT Legends still offers a great simulation-style gaming experience for anyone...
Excerpt: , and apply it to classic cars from the 1960's and 70's. From the Austin Mini Coopers to the Ford Falcons and the Porsche 911, the car selection is a collection of some of the greatest racing machines in historic GT competition. But the retro metamorphosis didn't end with the vehicles.
Excerpt: GT Legends is serious. It,s serious about physics. It,s serious about vehicle modeling. It,s serious about racetracks. It,s seriously challenging if you, like me, are used to the sugar-coated physics of the Need for Speed or Midnight Club franchises.