Summary: Fun multiplayer game. I had played it on PS2 a few years back and bought it again recently to play with my boyfriend, since both of us are Marvel fans. My only major complaints are that the game felt short and that it is not backward compatible for Xbox 360.When I put the disc in my 360, it informed me to check Xbox.com/games for an updated list of playable original Xbox games, which hasn't been updated since November 2007.
Summary: X-Men Legends began with a great concept - take the most popular X-Men and let a group of up to 4 friends pick their favorites and go on a smashfest while engaging them in a comic-esque story. The concept was a good one, and as far as smashfests go, it's pretty fun. Unfortunately, a lot of little things combine to make the game frustrating. First off, the ally AI sucks - several times a game your ally will walk off a cliff.
Summary: This is a fantastic game! The graphics are comic-book like and the story is amazing. If you are a X-Men fan you should really get this game. You can explore the mansion, throw bad guys off buildings, and trip giant robots. It is a fun game and it really gets you stuck on it. The peoples powers are amazing- Use storm to throw bad guys in a tornado!
Summary: I played this game for 4-5 hours with my 8-year old son and it was unbelievably frustrating. I've never played a game before with such horribly designed levels, where you fight your way through hordes of bad guys for 2 hours only to find yourself facing a bridge and the WRONG X-Man character to get across it, so you have to start all over at a long-gone save where that particular character is still alive, and someone manage to keep him/her alive long enough to reach the...
Summary: Finally, at long last, a game worthy of the X-Men title. X-Men Legends is a really fun game with a very intense story. Playing the new student Magma, you learn as you go along through the game as she does in the story. The animation and FMVs are excellent. You have your choice of your favorite mutants, with the exception of some missing. The voice talents in the game are great. Patrick Stewart reprises his role as Professor Charles Xavier.
Summary: I was absolutely floored by this game. I haven't been in a multiplayer game this good. Ever. And that includes team play on FPS games on computer, etc. The graphics are superb. The gameplay is top notch and very kinetic, while being natural and easy to master. The story arc is killer Marvel material, and the voice acting is fantastic! Seriously this game is as near perfect a game as it gets.
Summary: There's a lot of great characters in X-Men tossed to the waste side by others that I really could care less about (IE Moonstar never getting a real spotlight when Gambit and Colossus are constantly wasting paper... and they brought Colossus back only to waste more paper!) When I plugged this game in to discover that one of those more obscure "New Mutants" characters was the lead character I was very excited.
Summary: I think that this game has great reply value because you can go through the game all over again and be a different character everytime. Although the storyline never changes and the same enemies keep popping up in the same places, it causes you to rely on different moves and strategies in order to get through certain scenes.