Thunderbolt writes: "It's a fantastic time to be a first person shooter fan. In the past few years, a steady stream of triple-A games like Halo 3, Resistance 2 and Call of Duty 4 have saturated the market, giving FPS connoisseurs an unprecedented amount of choices when looking to immerse themselves in an epic shooter experience. However, because of this abundance of quality, it's easy for the average gamer to overlook or even wrongly vilify lower budget FPS titles from smaller development studios; as looks to be the case with Spark Unlimited's peppy little shooter that almost could, Legendary. A quick perusal of Legendary's reviews at Game Rankings reveals a general consensus that the game is a broken, barely playable mess that the gaming community would be much better off without. Well, I'm here to tell you that underneath a slightly unpolished exterior lies an absolute balls-to-the-wall, roller-coaster-ride of a FPS that, if given the opportunity, will provide a solid ten hours of tightly focused and, more importantly, fun shoot-em-up gameplay."