Reviews and Problems with Legion: The Legend of Excalibur
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could have been better.
Sean Kramer, Amazon
15 August 2002
Summary: This game is an ok for the PS2. The graphics are not all that good and the CG's are pretty good too. Another thing I dont really like is that you have to switch your characters when fighting. That was pretty easy to get used to though. The characters are small it almost looks like PS graphics when fighting. The sound and the phrases of the characters start to get annoying after a while.
Summary: It is a great game with lots of potential. I enjoyed it. There are some missions a little harder than others. But all in all it has only taken me a few days to beat it. I would say borrow it or rent it. If you are overseas like me you really have no choice buy it or borrow it, no places to rent. Anyway, enjoy the game I did.
Summary: THE GAME IS GOOD, A STRAIGHT 3 STAR GAME WITH DESENT GRAPHICS GOOD PLAY AND GREAT STORY LINE. But it is missing the ahhh, that a lot of playstation 2 games do have, because your this 1 inch character on the tv screen swinging a sword back and forth calling it a combo. Legion would make an awesome psx one game but not on ps2.
Summary: First of all, I was not sure if I was to give it 3 or 4 stars, But then, in my humble opinion, no game deserve a 5, and it is not the game of the year so... let say 3.5. This game have something that I can't describe. You play it and you say to yourself, why ... am i playing this game! Yet, on second thought, you realise that you can't stop... and that you like it.
Excerpt: "...in the FMV sequences... Fin: I like Legion: The Legend of Excalibur. Though there is no mid-mission checkpoints or saving, I found the simplistic hacking-and-slashing - hitting with special attacks and magic should stamina allow - as well as exploration, to be enjoyable. There is room for improvement in the inventory system though, and the length of the game is on the short side. ...
Pros: A decent challenge
Cons: Performance issues, cannot disable autosave, a tad short