Summary: When 007 Legends was first released, I checked some of the reviews, and decided to hold off on picking it up. Now that the price has dropped quite a bit, I went ahead and ordered it through Amazon. I’m glad I did, because I’m having fun playing through the campaign. Granted, the game plays a lot like a Call of Duty game, but there’s something about assuming the role of Bond, especially in the segments that are inspired by the actual movies.
Summary: Don't know why there is so much hate on this game. At $20, this is really a bargain. Yes, the graphics can't compare with Bioshock Infinite or Uncharted, but the game is actually quite enjoyable. The load time took about 10 seconds, not half a minute. Give it a try, you will be surprised.
Summary: The people giving this game a bad review are clearly anti-007. This game was very good. The only negatvie was the License To Kill mission could have been better. Other than that the game was good. SO the graphics arent perfect but who cares. People have to learn to stop judging games on graphics and more on story and the games ability to feel like the movies.
Summary: I bought the game the day it came out. I've enjoyed it so far, but there are areas of the game that are lacking. It is much better than the higher profile reviewers have given it credit for though. The shooting aspect of the game is sharp and responsive. I would have been happier if they kept the switchable 1st to 3rd person aspect from Quantum of Solace. It is hard to find good cover sometimes.
Summary: I am a real Bond fan, and have recently watched the movies featured in this game on blu-ray. Yes, there are some technical issues with the game, and it is frustrating to wait several seconds each time I need to restart from checkpoint. Still, re-living those memorable scenes listening to the movies' theme songs is a rewarding experience. It is interesting to see Daniel Craig & the new Aston Martin DBS in scenes from the old movies.
Summary: 007 James bond is a bad ass super-spy with over 50 years of history filled with some of the most recognizable hero's, villains, lines, and moments. so making a game celebrating these moments is a brilliant idea so how well are these moments moved from film to game? lets find out. first off the premise is amazing and that only makes me wish it was executed better. the game opens with a scene from Skyfall and flashes back to the most impressive moments in bond history.