Summary: The key points to this review are under this paragraph; so if you don't feel like reading this, then skip to the points I have provided. I have never played a SoulCalibur game that I did not like...until I bought this useless piece of crap. It is NOTHING like ANY of the other games and there are only (literally) a handful of characters to choose from.
Summary: I did not like this game. I wanted to fight more. I ended up trading it in before playing it for a while. I probably played it for a few hours before getting rid of it. Might rent it some day to see how it goes.
Summary: I can't say that I hate the game itself. I think I probably hate the platform. This game forces you to use the nunchuck to play. I'm not a fan of that and don't play this game. I'd tried this game on another platform and enjoyed it well enough to try it on my game system. Did not know I had to use the nunchuck. Will likely trade it in or sell it due to the need to use the nunchuck.
Summary: okay I have to shorten this becasue for some reason the review filter isn't accepting what i had. Please be warned this game only looks visually appealing but the game play of player vs computer is extremely unbalanced. the game play is also full of lag, no matter how fast you can move the remote your character still doesnt' respond properly nor does it respond timely there is a time delay that sometimes proves to be fatal.
Summary: You would think for a wii you would have some awsome sword slashing in one on one combat but its not like that at all. Any type of versus is in RPG enviornment so the best part of Soul Calibur is gone. Save your money and buy Soul Calibur 4 instead!!!
Summary: When I first heard of this game I thought, Wow a non fighting Soul Calibur game would be great, and my son was ecstatic about it being a fan of SC 2 and 3. Well it's not what I expected. You start out as Siegfried and you hack and slash your way through level after level, fighting the same enemies each level. Nothing wrong with hacking and slashing, especially with the Wii remote.
Summary: I never thought I would give a game in the Soul Calibur series a bad rating, but here we are. Soul Calibur Legends is a disappointing game on a number of levels (no pun intended), and would be purchased only by absolutely die-hard Soul Calibur fans who must have the next game. The past Soul Calibur games have been fighting games - innovative games with some of the best gameplay, character design, extras, and graphics anywhere in the video game world.
Summary: This is not a figthing game. It is a sword bashing soul calibur wannabe... The story line is weak. The graphics for a system like Wii is acceptible. The camera throughout the game is one of the worst that I have ever experienced. Gameplay is ok, but you get tired after doing the same things all the way. Please read the reviews and do not buy this. Namco Bandai should have worked harder if it wants to create a good game out of a legendary fighting game...
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
27 December 2007
Summary: Soul Caliber is a great fighting games series with a very loyal fan base. With Soul Caliber Legends, they tried to convert the series into an RPG. RGP fans will probably find it lacking, but Soul Caliber fans will appreciate the new look at their world. First, the gameplay. In single player / campaign mode you go through a series of minor battles up until you hit a boss, like many typical RPGs. You swing the Wii remote around like a sword in order to make your attacks.
Summary: I have always been a fan of the Soul Games. When I was a kid I loved Soul Blade and have owned every game after that. So when I noticed Soulcalibur Legends at my local store, I snatched it up right away. As I played this game, I realized something. The Soul games are the best fighting games I have ever played, it just doesn't translate well to the adventure genre.