Excerpt: Overlord Dark Legend, exclusively built from the ground up for the Wii by Climax, and published by Codemasters finally gives Nintendo fans the chance to rule, order and destroy an army of minions.
Excerpt: Overlord might seem like an ideal fit for the Wii, with its cutesy graphics and lovable minions, but under its niceness lies a game packed full with evil intent. Far from being a game for the kiddies, with Overlord: Dark Legend Codemasters has attempted to create a game for the Wii's hardcore gaming...
Conclusion: All in all, Dark Legend gets a lot right, and as the Wii missed out on the well-reviewed original Overlord, gamers who own Wiis but no other gaming platforms should definitely give it a shot.
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Summary: Overall I was pleasantly surprised with " Overlord: Dark Legend " and how the game translates to the Nintendo Wii particularly through it’s use of the controls. In addition the fact that the game is more of a prequel is a very welcome inclusion which should encourage new players of the series to...
Summary: My First Overlord would not have been a marketable title for the first Overlord game to land on the Wii, but it would have been an apt one. Overlord: Dark Legend is a catchier name, of course, but it doesn't prepare you for the watered-down adventure in this passable but dissatisfying package.
Pros: Funny and charming dialogue, Intuitive controls, Varied environments are pleasant to explore
Cons: Much, much too easy, Simple puzzles rarely take advantage of minions' abilities, Lame boss fights, Bugs and glitches