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007 Legends - Xbox 360

007 Legends - Xbox 360
alaScore 80

15 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the action. The multi player mode is also appreciated, but there are some critical comments about the story.

multi player, action

story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the 007 Legends - Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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007 Legends Review

 

A cast of five famous Bond villains conspire against you in 007 Legends, but the uninspired gameplay is your true nemesis.

Local, split-screen multiplayer mode can be fun

Horrible stealth mechanics ; Punch-Out-style boss fights are dull ; Lackluster presentation ; Story is hard to follow if you're unfamiliar with the movies

To say that 007 Legends is a disappointment is to be kind, especially after Eurocom's commendable efforts with last year's GoldenEye 007: Reloaded. Legends could have been a memorable release that reminds us why we've loved Ian Fleming's famous spy for...

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007 Legends

 

On a dark and stormy night, 007 stalks a miscellaneous airfield, on the prowl for a man named Goldfinger. While viewing the airfield through his smartphone a handler orders Bond to go undercover. Presumably, this means set off an EMP charge that causes...

There were times in which I wanted to like at least some part of the game. Little increments of play, such as floating in space in Moonraker felt like they should have been more exciting, but in execution turned out to be very underwhelming. Like...

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007 Legends Review

 

As far as tributes go, this is like raising your champagne flute to toast someone and then using it to glass them in the eye.

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007 Legends

 

Two years ago, Eurocom rewrote the book on James Bond videogames. While the world of 007 games had languished after EA lost the license, Eurocom changed all that with their modern take on the Bond game Holy Grail, GoldenEye 007. Their 2010 Wii remake...

007 Legends attempts to be a big, brassy tribute to 50 years of James Bond, but it ends up a little too ambitious for its own good, with a story that is more spectacle than substance and some new ideas that don’t work together as well as they should....

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007 Legends

 

00 is back - Step into Bond's shoes and relive moments from the past 50 years.

For everything that the game attempts to get right, it makes a garishly obvious mistake and just ruins the experience

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007 Legends Xbox 360 Review

 

The James Bond film series has, as of this year, been around for 50 years. Like the films, games featuring the famous fictional spy have had their highs and lows, with the N64's GoldenEye being the one to beat in the eyes of many. Being that Bond films...

As a half century celebration this game was undoubtedly a great idea, but sadly 007 Legends isn’t the game it could and should have been, although it’s still a playable enough FPS. It’s a game mostly suited to the ardent Bond fan then, although it has...

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007 Legends

 

"It isn't just another Bond-game letdown, it's a pretty shallow shooter as well."

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007 Legends Review

 

A cast of five famous Bond villains conspire against you in 007 Legends, but the uninspired gameplay is your true nemesis.

Local, split-screen multiplayer mode can be fun

Horrible stealth mechanics ; Punch-Out-style boss fights are dull ; Lackluster presentation ; Story is hard to follow if you're unfamiliar with the movies

To say that 007 Legends is a disappointment is to be kind, especially after Eurocom's commendable efforts with last year's GoldenEye 007: Reloaded. Legends could have been a memorable release that reminds us why we've loved Ian Fleming's famous spy for...

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