The previous James Bond game was by no means a must have, but at least it could be a little fun to play. As for 007 Legends, we must say there isn't much to prevent it from being forgotten by players in the days to come. Not only is it a pale Call of Duty skin, but it fails to deliver in every department: stealth is a pain to play, the investigation scenes are not really interesting either, and the shooting mechanics are not fun, with bulletproof enemies who can spot you even when you're crouching far from them, but who will take forever to take a shot at you when they get close. To top it all, the game looks dated visually speaking and framerate cannot even stay smooth at 60 fps. No really, there are tons of other things you can do other than spending your time and money on this one.
Not to say they'll find success in their strategy this go around.. we'll see. I'm more confident in at least a meager success than most because I think they have more riding on this than WiiU. (2 Hours ago)
That's because you don't understand Nintendo. They've never built a platform around their competition. They've literally always avoided it. Since forever. (2 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: probabaly comes from the time when they were actually competative and wanted to succeed? It's been so long i can't pinpoint when exactly that was. (2 Hours ago)
Nintendo has been weird since they packed a robot in with the NES. (2 Hours ago)
I think "same old Nintendo" is a great point. I don't know where the expectation for "normal Nintendo" comes from. (2 Hours ago)