A cool idea quickly turns into a sea of repetition, leaving the gamer bored and frustrated.
The Highs: If you love owls then your probably going to want to atleast rent this game, as there is a seemingly endless amount of them. The game play itself isnt half bad as it is fun to be able to fly around as an owl, but dont get it twisted, this isnt some open world experience, you do have objectives and if you dont do what these objectives demand the game will not hesitate to fail you.
The Lows: The difficulty on this game is very hot and cold, the majority of the game is ridiculously easy. However there are parts of the game that can just frustrate the crap out of you if you dont do exactly what the game asks. The game does try and tell a story but by using big words and a sometimes difficult to understand narrator only hinders the game experience. The combat is what quickly kills the game as it is repetitive and far to easy to defeat your enemies. Nearly every objective consists of killing a bunch of owls called "the pure ones" and flying to a certain location. This gets old after a half hour.
Overall: So unless your a teenager with a good amount of patience and a crazy passion for owls, then this is a game to stay away from. Legend of the Guardians gets a 6.5 out of 10.