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Tournament of Legends- Wii

Tournament of Legends- Wii
alaScore 81

16 reviews

Oct, 2017

  • Negative

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the controls. The story is also appreciated.

story, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Tournament of Legends- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Brandon "Thanatos" Cackowski-Schnell (gameshark.com)

Tournament of Legends Review

 

Everyone loses in this tournament.

Interesting character designs, supports classic controller

Unresponsive controls, annoying voice acting, no combat rhythm, muddy visuals

Once upon a time this game was called Gladiator AD and was supposed to be a 3rd person brawler following the story of a gladiator as he cut a bloody swath through opponents and his moral 'kill or spare' decisions followed him around, to help or hinder...

Aug, 2010

Expert review by: Joe Sinicki (cheathappens.com)

Tournament of Legends

 

I've always been a sucker for over the top fighting games. Heck, half of my childhood memories revolve around pulling off fatalities and throwing off Hadoukens against my friends at the local arcade. As weird as it sounds, since the fighting game genre...

You can unlock a number of hidden characters and weapons by performing certain tasks throughout the game, but the best of the small list is the ability to unlock another scenario for each character once you finish the first. At least it's a bit more...

Jul, 2010

Expert review by: Trace Aber (411mania.com)

Tournament of Legends (Wii) Review

 

High Voltage Software returns with one of the year's most promising, and most disappointing, fighters.

Simple to learn for young kids ; A few good ideas ; Voice acting is alright at first

A lot of wasted potential ; Does not take advantage of the mythology it is based in ; The very definition of a “meh” experience ; Voice acting grows old quickly ; Weak roster and few stages

Jul, 2010

Expert review by: Alex Lucard (diehardgamefan.com)

Review: Tournament of Legends (Nintendo Wii)

 

For the sake of the review I will use Narcia the Gorgon as my control character. Her story is that she was the most beautiful woman in ancient Greece and the love of Poseidon, god of the sea. However another god was jealous and turned her into the...

Tournaments of Legends is obviously meant to recapture the glory days of Sega fighters like Eternal Champions. Unfortunately it instead recaptures the horror of Acclaim fighters like Battle Monsters or Ravenloft: Iron and Blood. The game features...

Jul, 2010

Expert review by: (gamestats.com)

Tournament of Legends- WII

 

Set in the brutal arenas of ancient Rome, Tournament of Legends is a weapon and magic based 3D-fight game featuring fighters based on a legend from world mythology: the Minotaur, a powerful Gladiator, Gorgon, Stone Golem, Valkyrie and other well-known...

Jul, 2010

Expert review by: Stuart Lawrence (cubed3.com)

Tournament of Legends

 

Wii doesn't have many fighters, and while you may enjoy the few there are, such as Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Mortal Kombat or Tatsunoko Vs Capcom, some may feel an empty space for another kind of fighter. High Voltage have tried to fill the gap with...

Tournament of Legends is a good game, but there are a few niggles in the default controls, and it hasn’t exactly got much depth to it. However, it is very well made, and there is a certain unique charm to it. If you want to try out something a little...

Sep, 2010

Expert review by: Tom Mc Shea (gamespot.co.uk)

Tournament of Legends

 

These legendary fighters may look the part, but unresponsive controls are the first thing you'll notice.

Jul, 2010