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Shortly after teen Alison Crestmere begins to exhibit her mutant powers, she's hunted through the streets of New York City by anti-mutant troops and The Brotherhood. Rescued by the X-Men, Alison is taken to Professor Charles Xavier's School for the Gifted where she begins her quest to learn control over her lava-based powers.

X-Men: Legends is a role-playing game set in the Marvel Universe. Offering single and multiplayer support, Legends tells the broad story of the war between mutants and humankind and the conflict between the X-Men and The Brotherhood, against the personal story of Alison and the role she plays.

Controlling a party of four X-Men, picked from a roster that grows to 15 mutants, players take on armed guards, evil mutants, and killer Sentinels. Mutant powers grow stronger as the X-Men level up, but so do the challenges: securing an aircraft carrier, preventing a nuclear power plant meltdown and more.


X-Men: Legends Xbox If you time your mutant attacks right with your team, you can do combos which deal an incredible amount of damage. This Optic Claw combo made short work of a Sentinel.
X-Men: Legends Xbox The first character you control is Wolverine. New York is in shambles because Magma lost control of her powers.
X-Men: Legends Xbox The Juggernaut on a rampage on Muir Island.
X-Men: Legends Xbox Opening Cinematic

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Alternate Titles

  • "XML" -- Abbreviated title
  • "X-Men:传奇" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)

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X-men Pigeons! Oh Wait I Mean Legends! Classic Nigel (150) 4.29 Stars4.29 Stars4.29 Stars4.29 Stars4.29 Stars

Critic Reviews

Electric Playground 2004 9.5 out of 10 95
GameZone Sep 27, 2004 9.3 out of 10 93
ActionTrip Sep 24, 2004 90 out of 100 90
GamePro (US) Oct 15, 2004 4.5 out of 5 90
Game Informer Magazine Nov, 2004 9 out of 10 90
GameSpy Sep 23, 2004 4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars 90
IGN Sep 20, 2004 8.4 out of 10 84
GameSpot Sep 21, 2004 8.2 out of 10 82
1UP Sep 27, 2004 8 out of 10 80
Diehard GameFan Nov 06, 2004 7.2 out of 10 72


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There is a bug in the Xbox version where the comic book for Colossus is not present. Nabbing the comic would otherwise grant Colossus an additional two points to his Strike and Body.


  • At several points during the game when you are talking with veteran X-men you can get bonus flashback missions where they relate classic X-men tales. An example of one is where Beast tells Magma of the X-mens first encounter with Juggernaut as told in X-men #12. In the flashbacks the X-men have their old costumes and classic look (Beast has no fur, Iceman has a snowman appearance instead of hard ice, Cyclops and Jean have their 60's costumes, etc.).
  • If you go through the bedrooms of the different X-men there are multiple humorous references to their comic past and character. Here are some examples:
    • Wolverine's room has a Canadian flag that has a funny inscription from his former teammates at Alpha Flight.
    • Colossus room has an easel with a painting he was in the middle of making.
    • Storm has a playful personal letter from Forge. She also has gardening books.


The second Raven game not to be released for the PC, the first being Black Crypt.


  • GameSpy
    • 2004 – #7 GameCube Game of the Year
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Terrence Bosky (5221) added X-Men: Legends (Xbox) on Oct 03, 2004
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