X-Men Legends (2004)

Video Game  |  Action, Sci-Fi  |  12 October 2004 (USA)
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You play the X-Men as they battle against the forces of evil be it mutant haters with their Sentinels or Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants.

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Credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Moira / Female Prisoner #3 (voice)
Healer (voice)
Nightcrawler / Multiple Man / Mutant Prisoner / Morlock Guard / Cyborg Sentinel (voice)
Jean Grey (voice) (as Leigh Allyn Baker)
Eric Biessman ...
NYC Acolyte #1 / Shadow Demon #1
Wolverine (voice) (as Steven Blum)
Colossus / Doctor (voice)
Cheryl Carter ...
Storm (voice)
Blaine Christine ...
Soldier #4 / NYC GRSO (voice)
Debra Owens / Computer Voice #1 (voice) (as Kathryn Cressida)
Juggernaut / General Kincaid (voice)
Cyclops / Pyro (voice)
Beast / Nuclear Tech #1 / Acolyte #1 (voice)


You play the X-Men as they battle against the forces of evil be it mutant haters with their Sentinels or Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants.

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Alone, You Are Mighty. Together, You Are Legends.


Action | Sci-Fi




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The game marks the first time 'Steven Blum (IX)' has done the voice of Wolverine. See more »


Characters you play as in flashback sequences are stronger than when you play them previously in present day. See more »


Wolverine: [entering the Human/Sentinel Hybrid labs] There's just no limit on how far they're willing to take this. Their hatred of mutants is hurting them as much as us.
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"Strong Bad and Friends" are thanked in the "Special Thanks" section of the End Credits. See more »


Followed by X-Men: The Official Game (2006) See more »

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Very entertaining, with a few minor flaws.
16 October 2004 | by (Portland, Oregon) – See all my reviews

X-Men Legends is a good solid game, with a good plot, easy controls, and very fun to play. The cel-shaded graphics might not be your thing, but the CGI cut scenes are really well done.

The game play is similar to Diablo, where you run around beating up enemies for experience points, which they lets you level up to unlock more mutant powers. The huge cast of playable characters and hidden secrets also gives it some replay value.

My main beef is that the game gets progressively easier as you go along. By the latter half of the game, your X-team is so powered up that you rarely fight enemies, they just get blasted with mutant powers by your computer controlled teammates before you can even get to them. Some of the mutant attacks are so deadly that even the toughest non-boss enemies go down quickly. The only time it gets challenging is when you are literally swarmed with enemies. However, between a rampaging horde, four X-men who them constantly shooting off mutant powers whose graphical effects take up the whole screen, you can barely tell what's going on.

While the storyline is good, too many of the enemies are generic human soldiers. It would be nice to fight more recognizable evil mutants and classic X-men villains. One of the best villains of all time is barely used at all in the game (he got the same treatment in the movie, so I can't complain too much).

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