Play-mag: "When a career thief opens Pandora's Box, thus allowing Spark's impressive creature designs to escape and run amok around New York City, the chaos is almost palpable. But you quickly realise that these creatures are the least of your worries.
Legendary employs old-school level design, meaning that you'll constantly be flashing up your direction marker because little rhyme or reason sits between your entrances and exits. Your character, Deckard, will be jumping on crates one minute, running through train wreckages, clambering through air ducts and then falling through precarious holes in the ground the next. But you can't blame him if he's forced to continually circumvent an annoying security code pad thingy whenever he uses a door."