Being built on the engine used for Eurocom's previous title, 2011's GoldenEye 007: Reloaded,007 Legends shares much of the same gameplay, though there are some notable additions and modifications. The most significant change is the greater focus on stealth-based play, with enemy AI being more suspicious and investigative.Throughout the campaign players will frequently be presented with situations that require stealth to get past, though often running-and-gunning will also be an option.To compliment such stealth scenarios, players will have access to three gadgets from the start of the campaign:the returning smartphone, which has new vision modes and binocular capabilities;a new dart pen that can fire four different types of dart, including distraction, shock and tranquillizer darts;and a wristwatch that can fire a laser and map nearby enemies and cameras.
Another notable addition is the incorporation of an XP (experience points) progression system.Players can use XP to unlock and/or upgrade gadgets, weapons (and attachments) and Bond's physical abilities.
Other notable points include there being at least one vehicle-based level in each of the missions,a new free-form melee function that enables players to control punches with the analogue sticks and new weapons.
...and yet I've played worse games! Anyway, this game is absolutely horrible. The graphics look several years old, and the resolution is simply upscaled from the the console versions, making it all look very low-res n... Read Full Review
It's so stupid and generic that makes Duty Calls look like a serious full-fledged game. In fact, 007 Legends is far for being fully developed. It's nothing but advertisement and not only for the upcoming Skyfall movie, b... Read Full Review