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X-Men Legends

X-Men Legends (XBX) game cover art
Platform: Xbox
Tags: RPG, Action
Developer: Raven Software


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X-Men Legends review

Reviewed August 16, 2006

Zack Little says: "Thatís the best thing about X-Men Legends; it totally discards any of that overbearing crap. There is a story, there are plot twists, but, ultimately, itís about Magneto trying to dominate the world and the X-Men trying to stop him. The game establishes that and reminds you with the occasional cutscene, but itís all business beyond that. "
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