That was the case to Legendary. Not only it was involving mythology (I love the Greek/Roman one) but also, it was a FPS. And being a fangirl for this genre, well, you can understand that I was "in love" with the game.
I was worrying when I saw so many negative reviews about it. It made me ... Read review
Lack of tracks, useless PDA for the story, the sprintjump, the weaponry, the saving system
"...a failure, well, I bought Legendary for half the price on a certain auction site.
It's nearly a week that I unstalled the game after having played it, written a FAQ, downloaded a trainer (because of the lack of console and cheat codes - just in case) and writing a review.
So, yeah, promising game, interesting ideas but a complete disappointement in the end.
So here is the story of Legendary, a game who will not be remembered as a great game.
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Legendary tells the story of Charles Deckard, an art thief who is duped into stealing Pandora's Box. When he inadvertently opens it, he releases hordes of beasts thought to be fictional - such as werewolves and gryphons - into an unprepared modern world. A full scale war between man and myth begins, and it is quickly complicated by the actions of powerful secret societies. As the person responsible for releasing this terror, Deckard's unwittingly become the only person capable of containing it once more and saving civilization from being destroyed by the terrifying creatures.