A Disappoint for FPS Gamers and Fans of the 007 Film Franchise (2 Stars)
Carlos Fontes, Amazon
3 March 2015
Summary: As a fan of James Bond in film, in literature and in gaming, I was really excited to get my hands on '007 Legends' for Xbox 360, the game's release tied to the theatrical release of 'Skyfall' and the 50th anniversary of James Bond in film.
Summary: I enjoy FPS but this failed. I am a big fan of 007 but the game play isn't fun. Playing COD and Battlefield, I was hoping for a similar experience but this missed the mark. The game play and graphics are horrible. Save your money.
Summary: Single player was short, choppy, and frustrating in areas. Why does this game even have puzzles? At best, they are moderately difficult, at worst they are pointlessly easy. Multiplayer is decent though very susceptible to lag.
Summary: I was very excited to play this game.... I'm a long time 007 fan, and I absolutely loved the Goldeneye remake! The first missions of this game are pretty promising, and the overall feel is pretty similar to the other recent Bond games.
Summary: I love James Bond. I love how he can be so suave while also kicking a lot of ass. He has a good history in video games. For every stinker like GoldenEye: Rogue Agent there are great games like GoldenEye 007 for Nintendo 64 or Agent Under Fire.
Summary: I can honestly say I am like a kid on Christmas when a 007 game is released. It's something about the 007 theme that makes you feel as if you are really a secret agent. I've been playing the 007 games since Rare came out with the infamous Goldeneye on the N64 and I haven't stopped since.
Summary: I am definetly disappointed in this game!! With all the hype they had for it in the previous months, I was definetly expecting more!! The graphics are alright at best, and the gameplay is definetly not smooth.