Summary: Amazing game, but was a bit short. The Bonus missions are great because you are able to free fly around The ga'hoole tree,The Forest of Tyto, the Northern kingdoms, The beaks and the desert of Kunner.You are able to vs hagsfiends which aren't in the movie but were in the books, which was surprising but it was good to see that in the game they made and used characters from the books! I deffently recommend this game to all ages! (i'm 15 and i love it!
Summary: I got this game for Christmas, and I think it's lots of fun. The flying has a realistic look and feel to it and the controls aren't too complicated. The missions are fairly easy, but not too easy. This game is good for when you want to play a game that isn't too action packed, but isn't a complete bore either. You can unlock and buy new armor and unlock bonus missions and attack moves. The only thing I don't particularly care for are the cut scenes.
Excerpt: "==Story:== The Legends of the Guardians is based on the film of the same name. You play as one of the Guardians and the aim is to protect the owl world. You have to fly around and battle birds and bats in an attempt to save the owls and find out exactly what is going on. The story is spoken rather fast and is shown more like pages out of a book rather than an animated video. It uses more complex words so for any parents who buy the game for the kids ...
Not all child-themed or movie-based games are bad, apparently.
Andrew Dueck, Amazon
16 September 2010
Summary: I have to say, I am not a fan of children's games or movie games, as a general rule of thumb. I typically avoid them, or play and dislike them. Somehow, this game is a miracle. It's not too easy, and it's well made. I'm 25, and I am having a blast with it. It's essentially a typical arcade flight sim, with one major difference: you're an owl.