Mega Man Legends is an unembellished port of a forgettable 3-year-old PlayStation game. If you're a big Mega Man fan, chances are you own a PlayStation and, therefore, have no compelling reason to buy Mega Man Legends for the PC. Those who aren't familiar with Capcom's Mega Man series can also skip this game, because it's very old and not especially fun for the 35 long hours it takes to finish. In closing, while there are still many issues that divide us, this is not one of them. Thank you and good night.
To match the amount of effort Capcom put into the port, that's really where the review should end. Unfortunately, although there isn't too much more to say about Mega Man Legends, the review must continue. All the previous Mega Man games have been side-scrolling shooters. Legends, however, attempts to expand the series by being a 3D action/role-playing hybrid in the spirit of Legend of Zelda for the Nintendo 64. It tells the story of Mega Man, his sister Roll, his grandfather, and their pet monkey. They crash-land their airship on an island called Kattelox. While trying to repair the ship, they become embroiled in an effort to save the island from attackers. Ultimately, they end up learning a lot about the origins of Mega Man and a few valuable lessons about the power of friendship and getting bigger guns attached to your robot arm.
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