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GameZone (Nov 28, 2005)
Toss out the antiquated graphics and sound and look at the bare bones of the game and you will find a challenging turn-based title that has strong tactical elements.
Gameplay (Benelux) (May 26, 2006)
De diepgang aan mogelijkheden staat lijnrecht tegenover de povere sfeer. Voor $30 is er beter TBS-voer op de markt te vinden!
A large problem with Land of Legends was that, while fun, it felt like an unoriginal game. I made constant connections to Advance Wars, which is not a good thing, because I was looking for a completely original experience. The game is fun and if you can put up with its unoriginality as well as its sub-par graphics and audio, then you might want to put down 10 bucks and get this game.
Gaming Nexus (Dec 02, 2005)
The game is simple, easy to learn, yet tough to master. It is easy enough to jump right in and play, yet complex enough to give variety and new experiences each time you play. The game also has low requirements allowing it to run on even the most basic machine. Whether you are new to the genre or a seasoned strategist, it is definitely worth downloading the 67MB demo and giving the game a try. Be warned, you may become addicted and feel drawn to complete the campaign. The game may not replace your favorite, but will give hours and hours of fun.
Game Watcher (Mar 02, 2006)
Like the gifted student who consistently gets B grades, this game "could do better", but will probably do just fine anyway. Land of Legends is a rather good game masquerading as a kind of crappy game. However, if you're prepared to work with it, and overlook its rough edges graphically speaking, you will have a satisfying experience.
Just RPG (Aug 04, 2006)
Although technically a strategy game, the only reason to pick this up as a single player game is if you like puzzles. In which case, you will demolish Land of Legends in short order and wonder if there weren’t more worthwhile purchases that you could have made. On the other hand, if you’re a really dedicated chess player and thought that perhaps someone couldn’t tweak the rules a bit to make it more interesting, Land of Legends could conceivably provide you with many hours of happy multiplayer gameplay. If you don’t fall into one of those two categories, Land of Legends is sadly a two hour novelty.